Alaskan chosen by President Trump for top Indian Affairs job

An Alaska Native corporation leader, Tara Sweeney, is being nominated by President Trump to oversee Indian Affairs for the U.S. Department of Interior.


Word out of Fairbanks early Tuesday morning did not bode well for morning commuters, with police there saying in an official advisory: "please drive carefully, road conditions have not improved."


U.S.-backed forces in northern Syria say they have captured Raqqa, once the seat of power for the Islamic State group, on Tuesday after a grueling four-month battle that left the city in ruins.



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Leading U.S. senators say they have outline of health insurance deal


Trump issues warning to McCain after senator's tough speech


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Grand Theft Anchorage Part 3: How far can you go?


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Alaskans weigh in on gun debate


Crime concerns dominate town hall discussion on 4th special session


Navy meets with Kodiak community to address training woes


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Dow Jones Industrial Average breaks 23,000 for first time


Teen whale hunter speaks to elders and youth about the importance of subsistence


Group packs suitcases to help domestic violence victims


President Trump says he's 'close' to naming new HHS nominee


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Taliban kill 71 people in Afghanistan attacks


Legendary mountain guide Tejas talks new book


Dump truck overturns on Muldoon overpass, dumps contents on roadway


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