Women fight Alaska sex trafficking with faith, personal mentorship

    While it is hard to quantify the number of human sex trafficking victims because the crime is inherently underground, the International Labor Organization estimates there are 4.8...

    Not dead yet — assisted suicide push in Alaska

    Proponents of doctor-prescribed suicide — or assisted suicide — have so far failed to bring the deadly practice to Alaska. But crucial battles lie...


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