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GreenspaceThe federal rule protecting the nation's last remaining stretches of roadless wilderness will apply now to the largest and grandest of the national forests under a court ruling in Alaska, which threw out the exemption granted to the Tongass National......
Money & CompanyThese days, there's no shortage of information on the nation's gasoline prices. As motorists look for options as costs rise to levels not seen since the summer of 2008, publicly accessible databases can be found on sites such as the......
All The RageThe results of the 2011 World Beard and Moustache Championships, held Sunday in Trondheim, Norway, are in, and the biggest surprise is the dethroning of two-time Full Beard Natural champ Jack Passion by fellow American Craig "Rooty" Lundvall, top right......
Top of the TicketRepublican Gov. Sean Parnell proposes to suspend the state's eight-cent per gallon fuel tax....
L.A. UnleashedANCHORAGE â A federal judge on Thursday rejected the state of Alaska's request to immediately kill seven wolves in a national wildlife refuge on Unimak Island. The state wants to remove wolves from caribou calving grounds and boost numbers for......
L.A. UnleashedANCHORAGE â The state of Alaska filed a lawsuit last Friday seeking to overturn the listing of beluga whales in Cook Inlet, home to the Port of Anchorage, as an endangered species. The lawsuit, filed in Washington, D.C., claims that......
GreenspacePresident Obama named five panelists to a commission tasked with finding ways to avoid a repeat of the Deepwater Horizon disaster, which killed 11 men and started the nation's worst oil spill. They will be led by a former Florida......
The Secret Life of the Grown-Up Brain The Surprising Talents of the Middle-aged Mind Barbara Strauch Viking: 218 pp., $26.95 Good news! Our middle-aged brains are surprisingly competent and surprisingly talented. We're smarter, calmer, happier and, as...
Tags: Aging, Poetry, Nature, Social Issues, Medical Research
Top of the TicketSarah Palin has cause to celebrate after Tuesdayâs Republican primary in Georgia, where a timely endorsement helped lift her favored candidate into an Aug. 10 gubernatorial runoff. Closer to home, however, things arenât looking as bright for the...
Former Sen. Ted Stevens, 86, who died in a plane crash Monday, was a brusque political patron who dominated Alaska's transformation from wild frontier to modern state until he became entangled in corruption charges. Stevens was the longest-serving...
Tags: Defense, Medical Research, Seattle, Prostate Cancer, Trials
Richard Delvy Drummer, producer Richard Delvy, 67, who began his musical career as a drummer for the early instrumental surf band the Bel-Airs and went on to become a musical director, songwriter, producer and publisher, died Feb. 6 of aspiration...
L.A. UnleashedANCHORAGE, Alaska â An orphaned sea otter from Alaska has arrived at the Wildlife Conservation Society's New York Aquarium. Director Jon Dohlin says Tazo arrived at 2 a.m. last Friday, accompanied by a keeper and a veterinarian, and "so far,......
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