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Armenians about the ongoing events in Ukraine

June 7 By Alex Trainen Continuing to follow the events in Ukraine, it is interesting to find out how the residents of those regions of Russia, that are not directly in the thick of things, such as the border areas, as well as in the…

Midterm Math Works Against Democrats With Senate at Stake

June 4 By Susan Milligan Joe Biden can thank record voter turnout, women, Black and Latino Americans, young people and voters eager to get Donald Trump out of office for the Democratic president’s 2020 victory. Unfortunately for Biden and his Democratic Party, the voters expected…

U.S. Imposes New Sanctions on Putin’s Inner Circle

June 3 By Susan Milligan The Biden administration tightened the noose around Russia’s economy tighter Thursday, imposing a new set of sanctions on Russian elites targeting those who may be helping Russian President Vladimir Putin and others hide assets and avoid earlier sanctions. The new…

Biden Struggles to Defend His Presidency Amid Setbacks

June 2 By Susan Milligan President Joe Biden has a lot of problems, and he’s spent the week trying to convince Americans he’s doing something about them. From baby formula shortages to the war in Ukraine to high inflation, the president wants voters to know…

China Expresses Outrage at Biden’s Comments That U.S. Would Defend Taiwan

May 30 By Paul D. Shinkman China on Monday expressed outrage at President Joe Biden’s apparent break from America’s prior policy of “strategic ambiguity” regarding Taiwan, blasting his assertion that the U.S. would militarily defend the island nation if Beijing invaded. No country should underestimate…

Legislature includes $200M for Port of Alaska rebuild in budget

May 28 By Emily Goodykoontz The Alaska Legislature has included $200 million in funding in the capital budget to help rebuild the Port of Alaska. That’s a third of the hefty $600 million state funding request made by Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson and the Assembly…

The State of Police Reform Two Years After Floyd’s Murder

May 26 By Brianna Navarre On Memorial Day two years ago, George Floyd was murdered by a white police officer in Minneapolis. Videos of the encounter spread like wildfire on social media, sparking outrage, protests in the streets of major U.S. and international cities, and…

Alaska Senate president says he won’t seek reelection

May 26 By Linda Smith Alaska Senate President Peter Micciche said Wednesday he will not seek reelection this year, citing a desire to spend more time with family. His announcement comes after the Legislature last week ended its four-month regular session and a week before…

Trump-Endorsed Republicans Falter in Georgia Primaries

May 25 By Lisa Hagen Former President Donald Trump has had a series of successes – and some losses – since the midterm primary season ramped up in May. But in Tuesday’s primaries in Georgia, most statewide candidates endorsed by Trump suffered major defeats, hurting…

Races to Watch in the Georgia Primaries

May 24 By Louis Jacobson When then-President Donald Trump lost the state of Georgia in his bid for a second term in 2020, the loss stuck in his craw more than his defeats almost anywhere else. After Gov. Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad…

Trump Looks to Settle Scores in Georgia Primary

May 23 By Susan Milligan A high-profile Senate race that could determine control of the chamber. A GOP governor at odds with the national leader of his party. A major test of the political direction of a state that has gone from being comfortably red…