Protests during the global outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in California
Lawmaker says Hitler not supremacist, compares COVID-19 rule to Holocaust

'People want to say Hitler was a white supremacist. No. He was fearful of the Jewish nation, and that drove him into some unfathomable atrocities.'

Empty RavnAir ticket counters are seen after the airlines declared bankruptcy, during the outbreak o
Bomb threat made against China flights from major cargo hub airport

Anchorage Airport is one of the world’s top five air-cargo hubs. It ranks second in the nation for weight of landed cargo.

Alaska school district removes ‘Catch 22’ from curriculum

Teachers will no longer be able to teach ‘The Great Gatsby,’ 'Catch 22' and other important works in their classrooms.

Perito Moreno Glacier in Argentinian Patagonia. Mendenhall Glacier near Juneau, Alaska.
'Weird,' sharp-nosed thalattosaur species identified from Alaska fossil

It's fossil was uncovered through a stroke of luck, when an extremely low tide in 2011 exposed the typically submerged rock where it was embedded on an island beach

Mount Denali in Alaska
Woman dies while trying to reach ‘Into the Wild’ bus in Alaska

"Ms. Maikamava apparently lost her footing and her grip on the rope," he said in an email

US Ambassador Ron Dermer
Dermer travels secretly to Alaska for mysterious trip - report

According to the report, the visit was concerning an issue “at the core of the US-Israel security relationship” and has to deal with cooperation regarding the threat from Iran.

Political detox in the American Sabbath

Arguably, Judaism’S greatest contribution to world culture is the Sabbath, the idea of cessation of labor and weekly rest that has been adopted by every nation and ethnicity on earth.

A Window to the World: Jews and sled dogs

The famous Iditarod race in Alaska raises ethical questions.

Blair Braverman second Jewish woman to complete Iditarod

Set in Alaska, the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race from Anchorage to Nome.

'Jews died in Holocaust because they didn't have guns'

The fierce debate over gun control in the US has resurfaced in the aftermath of a February 14 shooting at Florida's Majory Stoneman Douglas High School.

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