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State senate passes insurance bill for state police and firefighters


Don Young files for 24th term in U.S. House of Representatives


Trump flexes military muscle amid growing tension on world stage


Governor wants to meet with legislature to compromise on budget


The uncertain future of online privacy after FCC rule roll back


Gov. Walker meets with Vice President Pence about Alaskan issues


Senators take aim at drug-laced candies


Lawmakers push national concealed carry reciprocity act


House's approved oil tax bill now in state senate's hands


Alaska House passes oil and gas subsidies bill


Alaska senate votes to legalize industrial hemp


Legislative session will extend past voter-approved 90 days


Lawmakers still have lots to do before session ends


Legislators struggle with the budget as legislative session end nears


Alaska delegation ready to fight elimination of the EAS


Legislators still pondering sales and income tax


Sen. Murkowski wants to shore up U.S. mineral security


Video: Spicer and reporter laugh after testy exchange


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France Goes to Polls Amid Tight Security Following Paris Attack

More than 60,000 polling stations opened amid tight security across the country on Sunday, following an attack in Paris on Thursday which left a police officer dead.

Authorities Drop 33 Cases Against Pipeline Protesters

More than 30 cases against Dakota Access protesters were dropped, after a judge repeatedly ruled police didn't give enough warning.

Judge Won't Block Executions of Two Arkansas Inmates

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Does the Trump Administration's Islam Rhetoric Make the US Less Safe?

Law enforcement officials told NBC News that Muslim-Americans may be becoming reluctant to cooperate with a government they increasingly mistrust.

Trump to Appear at Rally, Not Correspondents' Dinner

President Donald Trump revealed on Saturday what he would be doing instead of attending the White House Correspondents' Dinner — holding a rally.