JUNEAU - The Alaska Division of Insurance has approved rate increases of up to 40 percent for individuals who bought health insurance plans through the federally run online marketplace.
JUNEAU (AP) - A spokesman for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services says five unaccompanied immigrant children have been sent to Alaska.Kenneth Wolfe said the children were sent to sponsors in...
It's hard to imagine a more apt summation of the lunatic state of the nation's immigration debate than the split screen over the past week.
As a defender of the nation's borders, President Barack Obama is a hell of a pool player. The president enjoyed a game at a bar in Denver with Colorado Gov.
REYNOSA, Mexico - Before 14-year-old Brian Duran set out from central Honduras in mid-April, he heard that child migrants who turned themselves in to the U.S. Border Patrol were being cared for and not deported.
With spring coming into bloom, allergy patients have been reporting an increase in symptoms over the last few weeks, according to Dr. Kristina James, allergist at the Peninsula Allergy and Asthma Center.
Living can sometimes take more courage than dying. It's hard to fully understand the drive of someone who takes themselves to the edge, daring to jump off - unless you happen to be someone who has been down in that lonely road.
Not too long ago, the Greens of Oklahoma City were law-abiding people running an arts-and-crafts chain called Hobby Lobby. They weren't disturbing the peace, or denying anyone his or her rights.
JUNEAU - More than 3,300 Alaskans signed up for private health insurance during the first three months of the online marketplace, with the vast majority - 83 percent - receiving federal help in paying their premiums, government figures released Monday show.The number of sign-ups as of Dec. 28 is up sharply from the end of November, when fewer than 400 Alaskans had selected plans. Nationwide, enrollment through Dec. 28 was nearly 2.2 million. That figure includes enrollment through state-run insurance exchanges.
Central Peninsula Hospital is racing to get approval of their revised specialty clinic expansion budget after the state denied several key components of the original $43 million plan.
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