A misnomer inserted into the Senate Bill 21 oil tax law continues to distort the discussion of tax rates in Alaska and leads to false claims that Alaska's rate is three times higher than any other state.
A detailed audit by the Food and Drug Administration cleared the Blood Bank of Alaska of allegations brought by whistleblowers in areas the agency regulates. But a key assertion that the bank sold blood to pay off its new building, leaving levels in Alaska dangerously low, was not addressed.
British police named the man who killed three people near parliament before being shot dead as Khalid Masood, saying he had a string of criminal convictions but none for terrorism-related offenses. The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility.
An 18-year-old was arrested Thursday in Israel on suspicion of making bomb threats against Jewish community centers in the United States, Australia and New Zealand over the past three months, police said.