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  • Palin: Won't cooperate with Alaska probe

     
    Updating Troopergate: The McCain campaign announces that Palin likely won't cooperate in an investigation by Alaska's bi-partisan Legislative Council of her firing of the state's public safety director, allegedly because he wouldn't do her bidding and...
  • Palin: Hired fundamentalist after firing cop boss

     
    Since her nomination, Gov. Palin has been dogged by questions about her firing of Walter Monegan, the state public safety director who had refused to ax a trooper who had been involved in a bad marriage with Palin's sister. Palin......
  • Troopergate: An Anchorage take

     
    Since her nomination, Palin has been trying to discredit the Alaska investigation into her firing of public safety director Walt Monegan, who had refused to fire a state trooper involved in a marital dispute with Palin's sister. This fairly digestible.......
  • Photos: Looking like Sarah in AK

     
    Apparently, a Sarah Palin lookalike contest climaxing on Oct. 29 has become a big draw at Anchorage's Blues Central club. Go to the Anchorage Daily News site here to see some of the results. A sample: H/T Liisa.......
  • Per diems: Palin may have to pay

     
    In an item on Monday, we reported on a conversation with Alaska finance director Kim Garnero, in which she admitted that any other state employee working most of the time away from her "duty station" -- as Palin did when......
  • Barack Obama cruises through Denver

     
    by John McCormick DENVER - If it feels like Sen. Barack Obama is trying to run the clock out, it's because he is. As the Illinois Democrat appeared this afternoon in front of a crowd that stretched from a local......
  • 150,000 Feet of Boom Being Flown to Gulf Coast

    150,000 Feet of Boom Being Flown to Gulf Coast
    150,000 more feet of boom will soon be laid in the Gulf to help stop the spread of oil. If you spent any time outside Tuesday, you could probably hear them in the air…C 17 jumbo jets flying into the Belle Chasse Naval Air Station. Three jets flew in...
  • Alaska Sending Oil Spill Gear To Louisiana

    Alaska Sending Oil Spill Gear To Louisiana
    Cargo planes from Elmendorf Air Force Base are flying equipment to New Orleans to help clean up crude oil in the Gulf of Mexico. The Anchorage Daily News reports 250 tons of booms, skimmer boats and other equipment belonging to the Navy and the BP oil...
  • AP Exclusive: Spill panel may look at energy needs

    AP Exclusive: Spill panel may look at energy needs
    The new presidential commission investigating the Gulf oil spill will include two experts who have been active on the subject of global warming, including one who wrote just last month that the country should redouble efforts to lessen its dependence on...
  • Gas prices on the rise again

    Gas prices on the rise again
    The national average price of regular unleaded gas jumped nearly 18 cents over a two-week period. It's the first spike in national gas prices since late July. The national average is now up to $2.66. Tucson, Arizona has the lowest prices in the United...