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Becky BohrerRecords show that Gov. Sean Parnell's first state-sponsored overseas trip cost about $20,800. Parnell was away for over two weeks last fall, visiting Israel and several European countries. Part of the cost, about $3,900, was paid by the Israeli...
Channel 2 NewsA new study from a cruise industry group shows that Alaska has lost some ground when it comes to worldwide competition for cruising destinations, as ports of call halfway around the world have become more popular. Last year, the report from the group...
Armed with gardening gloves and shovels, over 100 volunteers attended the first ever Anchorage Weed Smackdown event held today at Valley of the Moon park. The event was organized by Municipality of Anchorage Parks and Recreation Department, U.S. Fish...
Tags: Human Interest, Nature, Rivers, Forests, Forestry and Timber
The Associated PressThe European plane-building company that lost out on a $35 billion refueling tanker deal isn't appealing the Air Force's decision to go with Chicago-based Boeing. The European Aeronautic Defence and Space Co. said Friday it won't ask the Pentagon to...
Tags: Washington (U.S. state), Boeing Co., Mobile, Kansas
Geophysical Institute researcher Regina Hock and her colleague Valentina Radic have calculated that the rate of sea-level rise due to the meltwater from glaciers in Alaska and elsewhere will increase by as much as 60 percent by the year 2100. Half of...
Tags: Greenland, New Zealand, Antarctica, Landforms, Alaska
This month's passage of a new U.S.-Russia trade law has done more than showcase Senator Ben Cardin's dedication to international human rights. By sending the shock to the Kremlin — that the U.S. values prosecuting rights abusers as much as it...
Europe has shown us our future To the editor: The presidential election and the hoopla of winning has deteriorated into the expectation of payback. Leaders in Detroit want their share of the spoils (federal funds). This was made clear by a city...
Sporadic sniper fire over sandbagged trenches that separate Armenians and Azerbaijanis across the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh has been a routine feature of daily life throughout the 19 years that the two sides have grudgingly observed a cease-...
Blog-o-nomics - Orlando SentinelUCF is out with its last economic forecast of 2012, and the projections paint a decidedly uninspiring picture. Reduced to its simplest terms, the forecast says things are slowly getting better — the keyword here is slowly — but they could...
Thomas Pinson, of Petoskey, and his wife, Shirley can still clearly remember Dec. 7, 1941. The day changed their lives, changed America and changed the entire course of world history. Many young people today may not be aware that on that day in 1941,...
Tags: Parenting, Japan, Unrest, Conflicts and War, Radio, U.S. Navy
CURACAO — There is absolutely nothing wrong with Cozumel or the Bahamas. But once you've seen them, it's time to branch out. Cruise lines are experimenting with all kinds of interesting Caribbean itineraries that expose travelers to a broader...
SÃO PAULO, Brazil — After a few hours, you sink into a pleasant trance. Time no longer matters. You stop checking your phone, if it hasn't already lost its charge. You're comfortable. Your mind settles into the little there is to do — think,...
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