The latest news on Alaska
While liberals are wondering if she'll last on the ticket, McCain is in no position to dump her.
It seems unlikely that Stevens will return to Congress next year, even if he wins the primary.
Energy analysts say it would take 10 years for production to begin, and its impact could be very modest
A spate of legal cases try to hold corporations and governments liable global warming
In the Supreme Court, the oil giant argues against punitive damages for the Alaskan oil spill.
Here's an hour-by-hour forecast for the results on megaprimary night.
Minerals help Wyoming, New Mexico, Alaska.
The House will vote today on a spending bill that includes provisions for $70 billion in aid to support the war efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan. After months of wrangling between Democrats and the president, the bill is now expected to pass, dealing a year-ending blow to antiwar Democrats.
Few dared question Alaska's irascible Ted Stevens--until now
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