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Canada Increasingly Draws Trump’s Ire

Canada Increasingly Draws Trump’s Ire

WHITE HOUSE — President Donald Trump and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross on Tuesday said they did not fear a trade war with Canada after American punitive action on lumber and milk. “They have a tremendous surplus with the United States,” Trump said, adding “people don’t realize Canada’s been…

Trump to Sign Flurry of Executive Orders as Presidency Nears 100-Day Mark

Trump to Sign Flurry of Executive Orders as Presidency Nears 100-Day Mark

WHITE HOUSE — U.S. President Donald Trump is to sign at least four executive orders this week, giving him the distinction of having signed more directives (28) in his first 100 days in office than any president since Franklin Roosevelt. A check by Politifact shows FDR signed 76 such…

Will US Government Shut Down on Trump’s 100th Day in Office?

Will US Government Shut Down on Trump’s 100th Day in Office?

CAPITOL HILL — The U.S. House of Representatives has just a few days to finish negotiations for a 2017 budget. If no agreement is reached on levels of funding, the U.S. government will shut down at midnight April 28. What is the US House of Representatives? Each of the…

Trump Makes New Pitch for Wall Along Mexican Border

Trump Makes New Pitch for Wall Along Mexican Border

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is facing Democratic opposition as he makes a new push for construction of a…

Governor Walker Meets with Vice President Pence in Anchorage

Governor Walker Meets with Vice President Pence in Anchorage

ANCHORAGE – Governor Bill Walker met with Vice President Mike Pence in Anchorage Saturday to discuss Alaska’s significant…

Alaska House Unanimously Passes Right to Try for Terminally Ill Alaskans

Alaska House Unanimously Passes Right to Try for Terminally Ill Alaskans

Juneau – The Alaska House of Representatives on Monday unanimously passed legislation to increase patient rights in Alaska. …

Alaska House Moves to Fix Alaska’s Flawed Oil Tax Credit System

Alaska House Moves to Fix Alaska’s Flawed Oil Tax Credit System

Juneau – The Alaska House of Representatives on Monday passed legislation to reform Alaska’s flawed and unsustainable system…

Senate Republicans Repeal Filibuster Rule for Supreme Court Nominees

Senate Republicans Repeal Filibuster Rule for Supreme Court Nominees

U.S. Senate Republicans have repealed a rule that allowed filibusters against Supreme Court nominees, a move that could…

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