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Just before New Jersey governor Chris Christie was about to convene a press conference, the chairman of the New York/New Jersey Port Authority, David Samson, handed him his resignation Christie said at the news conference.
In a 19-page opinion published on Wednesday, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the exemption of the Tongass National Forest from the 2001 Roadless Area Conservation Rule.
On Thursday, troopers rushed to a residence in Nikiski after receiving a call reporting a child in possible danger.
Even as U.N. members have declined to recognize the annexation of the Ukrainian region of Crimea, Russia is moving more troops to their borders with that country according to reports.
It was 50 years ago today, that the south-central portion of the state of Alaska and beyond, fell victim to the largest recorded earthquake on the continent of North America. That massive earthquake, lasting 240 seconds, took nine lives, the quake caused a series of tsunamis that took the lives of another 130 people.
Less than a year after the oil giant BP began processing tar sands at its Whiting Refinery in Indiana, it is reported that the company is the subject of a spill of an undetermined amount of the substance into Lake Michigan.
According to the LA Times, three Secret Service agents were sent home from Amsterdam for disciplinary reasons where they were prepping for President Obama's trip to the Netherlands.
Alaska State Senator Pete Kelly, co-chair of the Alaska Senate Finance Committee, while rejecting the use of birth control has came out publicly in a campaign to promote Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Awareness through the use of pregnancy tests in Alaska's bars.