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Hello From Alaska Apr. 01, 2021

Connie Schultz

This week, I had an email exchange with a person who had every reason to be disappointed in me. Ins... Read More

China's Alaska Ambush of the Biden Administration, in Context Mar. 25, 2021

Daily Editorials

In his new book, "The China Nightmare: The Grand Ambitions of a Decaying State," scholar Daniel Blum... Read More

China's Alaska Ambush of the Biden Administration, in Context Mar. 24, 2021

Austin Bay

In his new book, "The China Nightmare: The Grand Ambitions of a Decaying State," scholar Daniel Blum... Read More

August 9, 2020 Aug. 09, 2020

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: My husband likes to unclick his seatbelt as soon as we get out of traffic. Then the seat... Read More

Wilderness and Wildlife in Alaska's Denali National Park May. 17, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Fyllis Hockman Forty pairs of eyes scanned the countryside, looking for movement, any movement. W... Read More

Enjoy Nature and Culture in Juneau, Alaska Mar. 15, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Margot Black Juneau is a travel gem that delivers all Alaska has to offer in spades: dramatic vis... Read More

We Can't Get Enough of Anchorage Mar. 14, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Margot Black My family would go back to Anchorage, Alaska, in a heartbeat. The picturesque locati... Read More

Unplug With the Family on an Alaskan UnCruise Adventure Jan. 18, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Margot Black Our plan was to unplug and spend time in the Alaska wilderness. We wanted to do this... Read More

A CNN Smear Oct. 18, 2017

John Stossel

Did you happen to catch CNN's latest smear? Anderson Cooper's show recently featured a "two-part exc... Read More

Times' Green Baloney May. 24, 2017

John Stossel

The New York Times' hostility to industry gets worse every day. Last week, the Times ran a big pictu... Read More

Wildlife and Scenery Are Big in Alaska May. 20, 2017

Travel and Adventure

By Victor Block When I began planning a visit to Alaska, three words came to mind: "big," which many... Read More

Inuit Studies Help Make Decisions for Climate Change: An Interview With Carolina Behe Mar. 07, 2017

This Woman's Work

Whether you want to believe climate change exists or not, science adviser Carolina Behe works in the... Read More

The Myth of Pre-Existing Conditions Dec. 28, 2016

Betsy McCaughey

Democrats are warning that once Obamacare is repealed, people with serious illnesses won't get healt... Read More

In the Fiscal Health Beauty Pageant, Everyone Loses Jun. 09, 2016

Veronique de Rugy

Many states are broke, even though their constituents don't know it. The two main drivers of states'... Read More

Off the Grid and Into the Wild in Alaska Apr. 17, 2016

Travel and Adventure

By Lesley Sauls The last time I was in Talkeetna was on a rainy day trip out of Anchorage. I tasted ... Read More

See Alaska's Backcountry on Planes and Trains Mar. 06, 2016

Travel and Adventure

By Norma Meyer Chugging along in a domed train car, we gazed out at the majestic wild and heard abou... Read More

The Odd Politics of Fighting Wildfires Aug. 27, 2015

Froma Harrop

As wildfires plague much of the American West, one must ask, Who is paying to put them out? The answ... Read More

A Journey to the Puffins of Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska Mar. 01, 2015

Travel and Adventure

By Donna Barnett I wanted to see an exotic puffin up close and personal. I had read articles about t... Read More

Romancing Alaska's Wild: Denali National Park and Preserve Feb. 28, 2015

Travel and Adventure

By Donna Barnett I'm no Tarzana, roughing it in the wild. Therefore, when I chose to romance the wil... Read More

Finding the 'Real' Alaska May. 04, 2014

Travel and Adventure

By Doug Hansen If a moose charges you, run as fast as you can and zigzag. If a bear charges you, nev... Read More