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Trump's willingness to casually threaten to annihilate a nuclear-armed foe was yet another reminder of the steep risks inherent in his brute-force approach to diplomacy. [Read More]
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the disgraced former New York congressman had pleaded guilty to one count of transferring obscene material to a minor and had faced up to 10... [Read More]
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In a matter of hours, Hurricane Maria wiped out about 80 percent of the crop value in Puerto Rico — making it one of the... [Read More]
Fearful of checking out of hotels in case they could not get on the few flights available, worried passengers waited in long lines at Puerto... [Read More]
President Donald Trump on Monday praised football fans who booed NFL players taking a knee during the national anthem on Sunday, as he continued for... [Read More]
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Jacobsson's confrontational style, which included weeks-long public hunger strikes and other acts of protest, was designed to "bring attention to those who didn't have a... [Read More]
The emails were all forwarded to Kushner's official account, creating a record, his lawyer said. [Read More]
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Readers weigh in on health care, Ken Burns and theft. [Read More]
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The state's small farms are booming amid longer growing seasons and booming farmers markets. But climate change has also made for unpredictable weather from year... [Read More]
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Two months after Chynelle Lockwood, a college-bound 19-year-old, was found dead near St. Michael there are no answers about what happened to her - only... [Read More]
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Something went wrong during a test of equipment used to load oil into tankers Thursday, sending 400 gallons of mixed seawater and crude oil residue... [Read More]
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The fall harvest at Alaska Pacific University's Spring Creek Farm in Palmer is a busy but exciting time for farm workers. [Read More]
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Artist Holly Nordlum was determined to pay visual tribute to the Dena'ina when she was selected to design a panel at the newly renovated library. [Read More]
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Scientists don't know why endangered Cook Inlet beluga whales have failed to recover, but two NOAA-funded studies seek answers in unusual places. [Read More]
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One parent responds to Charles Wohlforth's column on absenteeism. [Read More]
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Girls winner Ava Earl is a singer/songwriter who has released two albums; boys winner Sonny Prosser is the son of the 1991 conference champions;... [Read More]
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By beating the Falcons in four sets Saturday, the Seawolves remained undefeated in conference play. [Read More]
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The Eagles used big games from Rebecca Syrup and Isabella Roberts in their 25-18 win. [Read More]
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Four matches went to tiebreakers in the tournament, which determines the conference's regular-season champion. [Read More]
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The Lions also took the Division II boys team championship. [Read More]
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