A delegate from Alaska requested the state’s vote tally be recounted.
The 49th state is feeling the pinch of declining oil and gas production.
Sally Jewell said the U.S. is worried about the movement of refugees in the wake of climate change.
He will take a majority of the state's 16 pledged delegates.
Sarah Palin says her husband also has a broken shoulder blade, broken clavicle and collapsed lung.
Statoil is ending its operations in the Arctic Ocean, months after Royal Dutch Shell did so.
A recent decision by Interior reflects the value of delaying offshore drilling.
The House Science Committee will hold a hearing on the Pebble Mine in November.
The bill passed on a 254-173 vote.
Lisa Murkowski said the federal government should produce more simple regulations.
The president visited the Kenai Fjords National Park on Tuesday.
Obama will visit the Arctic Circle on Wednesday.
Several states are slashing budgets to keep up with declining oil revenue.
Repsol announced it is pulling out of the Arctic and closing its Alaskan office in Anchorage.
Sanders holds more than 75 percent of the vote in Washington and Alaska.
Washington state, Alaska and Hawaii are going to the polls.
Obama appeared on "Running Wild" Thursday night.
A House committee will hold a hearing on the matter Thursday.
Nearly six in 10 Americans believe marijuana usage should become legalized, a new poll says.
Gov. Bill Walker says the state has villages that are "washing away."
Royal Dutch Shell said Monday it will not drill in the Arctic.
The company will “cease further exploration activity in offshore Alaska” for now.
"Glad this was the only Bear I met in the park," read the caption, attributed to Obama.
Obama said this "has to be the year" world leaders agree on climate.