With smaller dividend checks expected to be dispersed next week, the controversy over the governor’s Permanent Fund Earnings payment veto is once again boiling over.
One of Alaska’s largest and most prominent Native corporations will not be paying shareholders an annual dividend this fall, citing a tough economic climate.
Local governments across the state are feeling the way Alaska's financial crisis trickles down to their communities, and for Anchorage, the mayor says that translates to a roughly $40 million shortfall.
A driver in a black truck on Boniface parkway struck and killed a dog Thursday while the 12 year old was watching, and then drove off.
The Hitler comments triggered shock among Jewish groups in the U.S., which pressured Washington to take a tougher line with the unpredictable leader.
The Philadelphia Police Department's top brass say they're concerned about the rounds of shots fired at a stabbing suspect Wednesday night.
Abo Rajab said two crudely made barrel bombs hit M10 — one in front of hospital and other behind.
Hungary's right-wing leader is hoping to "give the finger" to the European Union in a nationwide referendum over immigration, according to experts.
As a former British colony, the world's oldest Islamic republic is cricket crazy. While the games are cousins, baseball hasn't caught on in Pakistan.