- CBS NewsAug 31 11:53 AM
Ohio lawmakers think the president unfairly snubbed former President McKinley when he renamed a mountain in Alaska
- ABC News via Yahoo! NewsAug 31 04:03 PM
The Obama administration’s decision to rename North America’s highest summit from Mount McKinley to its traditional Native American name, Denali, has divided lawmakers along geographical lines. Many lawmakers from McKinley’s home state of Ohio were furious with the announcement Sunday, while Alaskan legislators welcomed the decision, which reverts the mountain back to its original name before ...
- Juneau EmpireAug 26 01:29 AM
When President Barack Obama flies into Anchorage on Monday, some of Alaska’s top politicians won’t be on stage. On Tuesday, representatives of Sen. Lisa Murkowski, Sen. Dan Sullivan and Rep. Don Young said the president’s path will not cross theirs next week. Gov. Bill Walker said in a press conference he expects to meet the president but isn’t sure how much one-on-one time he’ll have. “It’s an...
- WVLT-TV KnoxvilleAug 31 11:08 AM
Ohio lawmakers think the president unfairly snubbed former President McKinley when he renamed North America's tallest mountain
- New York TimesAug 30 06:25 AM
President Obama's Alaskan trip aims to remind Americans they have an Arctic shore.
- New York TimesAug 30 07:10 AM
President Obama’s Alaskan trip aims to remind Americans they have an Arctic shore.
- ABC NewsAug 31 11:29 AM
President Obama's renaming of North America's highest peak has lawmakers divided over geographical lines.
- AFP via Yahoo! India NewsAug 31 01:03 AM
Barack Obama arrives in Alaska on Monday for a trip aimed at highlighting the pace of climate change. Rising sea levels, shrinking glaciers, melting permafrost: the effects of climate change are stark in this vast but sparsely populated state. "What's happening in Alaska is happening to us," Obama said before leaving Washington.
- NDTVAug 31 01:40 AM
Barack Obama arrives in Alaska on Monday for a trip aimed at highlighting the pace of climate change. But not everyone in this oil-rich state is welcoming the US president with open arms.
- Anchorage Daily NewsAug 29 11:09 PM
Alaskans leery, welcoming as Obama arrives State leaders in blood-red Alaska fear further restrictions as Obama prepares to visit, but he's earned points with efforts to highlight the Arctic, visit remote communities and allow offshore exploration. August 29, 2015
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