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A National Energy Summit & International Dialogue Alert September 23 - 24, 2009 WASHINGTON, Sept. 18 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- U.S.
By William Yardley When Governor Sarah Palin meets Senator Joseph Biden Jr. on Thursday in the vice-presidential debate, even her fellow Alaskans might hear for the first time some of her views on health care reform, education policy and other issues of state government.
ANCHORAGE, Ala., Oct. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's nomination as vice presidential running mate of John McCain launched Palin and her family into worldwide renown.
Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens never paid for a $5,000 backup generator installed at his home, the former friend whose company did the work testified Tuesday at the senator's trial for failing to disclose hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of gifts.
By Jo Becker, Peter S. Goodman and Michael Powell Governor Sarah Palin of Alaska lives by the maxim that all politics is local, not to mention personal.
By Ken Dilanian ANCHORAGE -- Weeks after taking office as Alaska's governor in December 2006, Sarah Palin vetoed a bill that sought to ban benefits for the same-sex partners of state workers. It was unconstitutional, she said.
By Serge F. Kovaleski and Mike McIntire When Governor Sarah Palin took center stage at the Republican convention last week, she sought to burnish her executive credentials by telling how she had engineered the deal that jump- started a long-delayed gas pipeline project.
By H JOSEF HEBERT WASHINGTON -- If Democrats hoped to portray John McCain as captive to the oil industry, their task became more complicated with his selection of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as a running mate.
To most Americans, Senator John McCain's [R-Ariz.] choice of running mate, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, is a new face. To Alaskans, however, she's the woman who got a giant natural gas pipeline project off the ground, in part by telling big oil companies they'd get no sweetheart deals.
By William Yardley This article was reported by William Yardley, Jo Becker, Mike McIntire and David D. Kirkpatrick. Christopher Drew, Michael Luo and Bill Loftus contributed reporting. * Her father shot the grizzly bear whose hide is now draped over the sofa in her office.
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