Toyota has once again dethroned General Motors as the world's top-selling automaker.
President Barack Obama demanded on Monday that lawmakers raise the nation's $16.4 trillion federal debt limit quickly, warning that "Social Security benefits and veterans' checks will be delayed" if they don't and cautioning Republicans not to insist on concessions in exchange.
Juneau officials say the powerful earthquake that struck southeast Alaska late Friday night was possibly to blame for damage to a sewer line and two water valves.
Fewer business travelers are likely to hit the road this year as the travel industry is challenged by corporate America's persistent economic fears. Business travelers are expected to take 431.8 million trips in 2013, the Global Business Travel Association said Tuesday.
Seismologists are reporting another aftershock of a powerful Alaska earthquake that prompted a tsunami warning for Alaska and Canada coastlines.
General Motors is recalling nearly 69,000 pickup trucks, SUVs and vans worldwide because they can roll away unexpectedly.
Mountains and skiing go together like kids and snow.
Four-time Iditarod champion Lance Mackey was among 23 competitors heading to Eagle Thursday in a new sled dog race that pays tribute to an Eagle Village tribal chief who died earlier this year.
Extreme snowfall, avalanches and icing wiped out power lines across Turnagain Pass on the Kenai Peninsula again this winter, and a project is underway to replace them.