The land on which the camp sits was owned by Afognak Native Corporation and, after an archeaological dig was completed, the camp was turned over to the tribe and later the land was donated as well.
Young people in Alaska learn about Alutiiq language and culture.
Gov. Walker talks trade, tariff impacts on Alaska at Washington D.C. gas conference
Alaska Governor Bill Walker (I) discusses key policy issues in his state. The governor joins us as part of C-SPAN's 50 Capitals Tour.
Governor Bill Walker is urging the Army Corp of Engineers not to advance an environmental review of the Pebble Mine project.
ANCHORAGE, Ala. (PRWEB) July 09, 2018 -- New Service offers 30,000 groceries shipped free to any location in Alaska
For the second time in six months, there’s a change coming in how defendants awaiting trial must post bail. As of January, most Alaskans charged with misdemeanor offenses didn’t have to post cash bail
The U.S. Forest Service announced Friday its new webpage showcases more common species with their names in Tlingit, Haida, Alutiiq and English. Sound bites pronouncing the names of species also are featured.
Three dead gray whales washed up on two different Kodiak Island beaches recently. The strandings happened within the span of a week. Listen now
Bristol Bay Native Corp. announced June 26 that it has sold off a majority interest in a large group of its subsidiaries, but not only are those companies staying in Alaska, they are staying in the region.
The Pentagon is getting serious about artificial intelligence.
Stifel parses data to track recent government contract awards to defense companies.
The Fairbanks-North Pole area is at the start of a mini-boom, as the region prepares for the basing of two squadrons of F-35 fighter jets at Eielson Air Force Base. Listen now
So are Chinese ambitions racing ahead of Arctic realities? "It seems the chickens are being counted before the eggs are hatched," Sun admitted.
Scott Pruitt will resign from his position leading the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Friday, following months of high-profile controversies regarding his spending, ethics and management at
He sought to aggressively roll back Obama-era regulations. But lavish spending, an unusual housing deal and allegations that he misused his office led to his ouster.
Andrew Wheeler has spent decades in Washington, working for the government and lobbying on behalf of industry. Now the low-profile policy expert has a very high-profile political job.
It's official: Alumni of the best-known climate skeptic in Congress are leading EPA.
The legislation aims to remove several obstacles to microgrid development, including interconnection barriers and a lack of standard terms regarding the value of services exchanged.
While replaced batteries can’t run a passenger vehicle, they’re ideal for less-demanding tasks.
The Senate passed a five-year bill to reauthorize farm programs, aiming to complete work important to a key GOP constituency well before the midterms.
In this extract from Rising, Elizabeth Rush explains ‘sunny day flooding’ – when high tides can cause low lying streets to fill with water
The poorest countries in the world, including those in the Caribbean, emit about one-fifth of global carbon emissions, yet they are the most susceptible to the effects of climate change.
The office of the U.S. Department of the Interior’s solicitor said Friday that it was withdrawing an Obama-era opinion by the same office that the department could take land into trust for Alaska.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has signed off on regulations for two Native American tribes that will allow them to bypass BIA approval of land lease deals for businesses.
The Canadian federal government and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police were hit with a proposed class action on Thursday regarding reports of murdered or missing Indigenous women and girls.
Federal regulations largely put an end to the luxury trade in seal pelts decades ago, but a reopened tannery in Alaska has created a new market for sealskin garments made by Alaska Natives.
Twenty-one middle school students built, learned how to operate and took home their own small unmanned aircraft at a camp taught by pilots and engineers from the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Trade sanctions. Withdrawal of military aid. The Trump administration used both to try to block a measure that was considered uncontroversial and embraced by countries around the world.
The U.S. Senate unanimously confirmed President Donald Trump's pick for the position of assistant secretary for Indian Affairs within the U.S. Department of the Interior.
Sweeney is the first Alaska Native woman to hold a Senate-confirmed position.
Legislation would establish a task force to examine challenges facing senior investors and recommend regulatory, statutory changes.
Sens. John Hoeven, R-N.D., and Tom Udall, D-N.M., praised the U.S. Senate for passing a bipartisan farm bill on Thursday, emphasizing that it contains multiple provisions that are beneficial to Native Americans.
Judge not, that ye be not judged. For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you.
The Utes were created by Sinawav (the Creator) and were placed in the mountains. The Sinawav told the people they would be few in number but, they would be strong warriors, and protectors of their lands.
Three states that have mounted a federal court challenge to the Indian Child Welfare Act have urged a judge not to grant the federal government a partial quick win in the suit.
The winner of Sunday’s presidential election in Mexico is poised to bring profound changes to the country’s relationship with the U.S.
The U.S. Supreme Court said Thursday that it will hear a Crow tribe member's claims that his rights under an 1868 tribal treaty with the federal government meant he was wrongly convicted.
For a minimum investment of $10,000, people in the United States will be able to open and manage their own start-ups to deliver Amazon packages.
Andrés Manuel López Obrador won the presidency with vows to end Mexico’s culture of corruption and battle its high poverty and yawning inequality.
President Trump will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin on July 16 in Helsinki, Finland, the White House announced Thursday, an opportunity for both leaders to form a closer relationship.
The industry forum has been launched to address the difficulties that companies are having in sharing cyber security intelligence.
The U.S. Department of Transportation on Thursday announced that it has chosen to award $17.5 million to help Native American tribes make transportation options on their lands safer.
What cyber leaders need to know now to protect their critical data in the quantum era.
Companies are working to fix face recognition's racial-bias problem. But critics still argue the technology is too morally fraught to deploy.
The CIO and CISO councils released a new handbook for federal cyber executives to more easily understand all the policies, roles and responsibilities.
The Homeland Security Department’s innovation unit is seeing how open-source technology can defend from emerging threats.
Slowly and unsteadily, the mysterious blockchain is emerging from the shadows and making its way into a still murky future. Don’t count it out.
The federal deputy chief technology officer is confident the U.S. will win the artificial intelligence race, but China is catching up fast.
Smartphones have disrupted transportation, payments and communication. But the underlying technology has tangentially changed a completely different sector: satellites.
A coalition of radio frequency engineering firms told the Federal Communications Commission that Verizon has "grossly overstated" its nationwide 4G LTE coverage.
Companies seeking product exclusions from tariffs on Chinese goods imported into the United States will get 90 days to file such requests, until Oct 9.
China's omission of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from its vast list of U.S. products that face hefty import duties from Friday has preserved a potential weapon should the trade war with Washington deepen.
The Trump administration on Tuesday announced a package of tariffs targeting Chinese exports valued roughly at $200 billion.
Makers of whiskey, cheese, auto parts and more are contending with the U.S.-China tariff battle.
After a flurry of Silicon Valley dealmaking, the Chinese e-commerce giant is returning its focus to China and Southeast Asia.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Monday denounced President Donald Trump's handling of global trade disputes.
The IRS has released the new version of the Form 1040, the main form used in individual taxation. Here is a quick guide to what is expected to change.
Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley is focusing on the Supreme Court in the first television ad of his Senate campaign against Sen. Claire McCaskill.
Democrats will focus on Justice Kennedy’s replacement in an attempt to motivate voters in the fall, while conservatives will pressure vulnerable Democratic senators in red states.
The high court vacancy has already taken center stage in her reelection campaign against Yale Law grad Josh Hawley.