Yereth Rosen is a longtime reporter based in Alaska.
‘An Abrupt Wake-Up Call’: Alaska Peers into a Future Without Oil
Why Alaska Native Villages Were Quick To Self-Isolate
Scarred by a legacy of colonial diseases, Alaska tribes quickly cut off the outside world.
Climate Change Is Fueling a Farming Boom in Alaska
It's becoming easier for the northern state to grow its own food—and more necessary.
For 40 Years, Alaska Has Modeled a Universal Income. Now That’s in Peril.
Is the way to save the dividend through taxing the rich or slashing state services?
The Caribou in the Copper Mine
Mining companies seek to carve up Native lands and wildlife habitat to build a $350 million access road.
Alaska Grassroots Alliance Aim To Melt GOP’s Cold Cold Heart
Armed with hot cocoa and a smile, these progressives have spent all year protesting Trump-era policies.