As pollutants and toxic waste flood the Houston area following a 1,000 year flooding event fueled by unusually warm waters in the Gulf of Mexico, the Environmental Protection Agency under Scott Pruitt has merrily continued its transition into the Corporate-Profits-and-Also-Scott-Pruitt’s-Future-Political-Prospects…
Petulant toddler Donald Trump is reportedly seeking vengeance against the entire state of Alaska because Sen. Lisa Murkowski voted against Tuesday’s motion to proceed debate on a bill that will likely strip millions of Americans of healthcare.
Last week, the honorary mayor of Talkeetna, Alaska—a very distinguished cat by the name of Stubbs—passed away. Stubbs, age 20, took his leave peacefully on Thursday night, after settling down to sleep.
Abortion rights activists have filed lawsuits in Alaska, Missouri and North Carolina Wednesday in a challenge to laws that impose strict restrictions on the constitutional right to have an abortion.
Thursday night’s finale of RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars was bittersweet: while my heart was rooting for Katya, my mind knew Alaska deserved her sweep, though I couldn’t help but wonder what might have happened had Alyssa Edwards not been (WRONGLY) sent home in the penultimate episode.
The queens from Season 2 of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars are all in New York at the moment, doing a promo run for the premiere episode (it airs Thursday evening on Logo). Today, Alaska, Alyssa Edwards and Katya joined their sistren in Union Square to serve promotional ice cream from the Big Gay Ice Cream truck.
Let’s go into the weekend celebrating the rare occurrence of some good abortion news! The Alaska Supreme Court has deemed a new state law, which requires teens to notify their parents before getting an abortion, unconstitutional.
Two hikers had to be rescued from the Alaskan wilderness by Denali National Park rangers this weekend after attempting to visit the secluded bus where Christopher McCandless died of starvation, Alaska Dispatch News reports. Apparently this happens a lot.
Three first-grade girls in Alaska have been suspended after their principal said she uncovered a plot they’d hatched to poison and kill a fellow classmate with silica packets. Silica packets aren’t actually poison and first-graders probably don’t have a strong concept about what it means to permanently harm another…
A 68-year-old man who legally changed his name to Santa Claus has been elected to the city council in North Pole, Alaska. Congratulations, Santa Claus.
Specifically, the former president of the North Pole Chamber of Commerce, whose legal name really and truly is “Santa Claus.”
Kathleen Tonn is many things: She’s a failed Senate contender, she’s a fan of slouchy hats, she’s a prop enthusiast, and she’s also completely and irrevocably mad, as can be seen from her wonderful testimony at an an assembly meeting in Anchorage, Alaska, during which she vehemently protested non-discrimination. No…
As part of his visit to Alaska, Barack Obama made a trip to the far-north fishing village of Dillingham, where a salmon squirted “milt” onto his shoes. That’s a “sperm-containing fluid.” Yup, that fish essentially splooged all over the President’s shoes.
Today, in the Year of our Lord 2015, the heroically patient myth debunkers at Snopes.com have been forced to dismantle the rumor that Mount McKinley is now called “Denali” again because it means “black power” in “Kenyan.” If every word of that sentence made your bullshit alarm go off, congratulations, you have at…
Bristol Palin, abstinence spokesperson, wants you to know that her newly-announced pregnancy was planned and that she isn’t an abstinence spokesperson. Okay!
Politico is reporting that Fox News has not renewed their contract with Governor Sarah Palin, former vice presidential candidate and, as of now, freelance pundit. That’s right. Now she could be anywhere. Check the shower. Check the closet. Does your family have a koi pond? She could be out there in hip-waders, trying…
Nome Superior Court Judge Timothy Dooley may soon be looking for new employment now that the Alaska Commission on Judicial Conduct has issued a complaint against him, alleging that the justice—who’s referred to as “rugged and adventurous”— is also a raging misogynist.