The attorneys general from three states without sales taxes sent letters to all 435 U.S. House representatives Wednesday urging them to oppose an Internet tax bill, saying the measure is unconstitutional and could prompt a legal challenge if it passes. Full story
The Up panel talks about those Democrats that voted against background checks, specifically Alaska's Mark Begich and Arkansas' Mark Pryor, and the fact that despite voter dismay, it probably isn't enough to push voters to vote against him.
Amber Hilberlng and her grandmother are alone in an interview room at a police station for almost an hour. They have no idea police are recording their conversation. Then Amber then makes a sudden admission that transforms her into a suspect.
The remote Pavlof Volcano is erupting, releasing ash, steam and gas visible from Cold Bay, Alaska. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.
The nonprofit Operation Roger is matching truck drivers with abandoned animals, transporting them to families that are willing to adopt. NBC’s Mark Potter reports.
Republicans are in desperate need of attracting more Hispanic voters, but recent comments from Rep. Don Young touched a nerve across the country and also unleashed a flood of condemnation from top Republicans. NBC’s Kelly O’Donnell reports.
Alaska's 6,640 miles (10,690 km) of coastline and 586,000 square miles (1,518,000 square km) of land are seen in this NASA handout satellite image taken June 17, 2013. Snow-covered mountains such as the Alaska Range and Chugach Mountains are visible in southern Alaska, while the arc of mountains tha
Lupine grows along Bird Ridge Trail on Thursday, June 13, 2013, in Anchorage, Alaska. June is prime alpine wildflower season along the Chugach State Park trail that overlooks Turnagain Arm.The trail begins 25 miles south of downtown Anchorage.
File photograph shows waves crashing over the conical drilling unit Kulluk where it sits aground on the southeast side of Sitkalidak Island, Alaska in this U.S. Coast Guard handout photo taken January 1, 2013. A decade ago, Royal Dutch/Shell's boss was fighting to close the gap between the truth abo
Workers lower a ground-based missile interceptor into its silo at Fort Greely near Delta Junction, Alaska, Thursday July 22, 2004. The interceptor was installed in Alaska's Interior _ the first component of a national defense system designed to shoot down enemy missiles. Five additional interceptor