The demise of Matanuska Maid Dairy reflects agriculture's decline here. But some niche farms are prospering.
The scientist was the sole custodian of anthrax spores genetically identical to the powder used in 2001 attacks, say documents unsealed Wednesday.
He's the first African-American to head presidential ticket of a major party, winning Democrats' long war of attrition.
Delegate flap over Michigan, Florida is over for now, but her backers are miffed.
A committee meets Saturday on Michigan and Florida delegates.
Robert Kennedy moved voters with talk of social justice.
By finishing out the primaries, Clinton keeps faith with her fans – and maybe helps retire her debt.
Elements of Paul Tolmé's piece on black-footed ferrets end up as dialogue in a book by bestselling author Cassie Edwards, yielding new readers for him and charges of copying his prose for her.