Many of Alaska’s federal employees will not be able to return to work Monday unless Congress reaches a budget agreement that reopens the government before then.
Both of Alaska's U.S. senators voted in favor of the the short-term spending bill that would have prevented a government shutdown, and both of them expressed frustration with the outcome of Friday night's heated debate and eventual defeat of the measure.
Working to complete missions, the Alaska Robot Rendezvous hosted by the Juneau Economic Development Council held the state-wide FIRST® LEGO® League Invitational Championship Tournament.
Hundreds of people turned out on Saturday for the Women's March on Alaska in Anchorage. The theme of the event was power to the polls, which aimed to get more marginalized people to the ballot box.
Armed with drones and night-vision goggles, French farmers and law enforcement are fighting back against the thefts of expensive produce
Turkish troops and Syrian opposition forces attacked a Kurdish enclave in northern Syria Sunday in a bid to drive a U.S.-allied Kurdish militia from the region.
A group of three or four gunmen attacked the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul and took hostages and exchanged gunfire with security forces, officials said.
Even before Britain voted to leave the European Union, the financially strapped NHS was beset by workforce shortages. And Brexit is only making matters worse.
Searchers found the body of a mother whose child was also killed in a devastating mudslide that struck the Montecito area of California this month.