Rising Seas And Warming Temperatures Force Alaskan Coastal Community To Move Inland

Federal Spending Bill Allocates $30 Million to Relocate Alaskan Coastal Villages

The Alaskan village of Newtok will receive the majority of the money to move its residents further inland.

Caribou graze in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska in this undated file photo.

Senate Committee Confirms Guy Who Wants to Drill for Oil in Alaska to Work in Department of Interior

Joe Balash would oversee the Bureau of Land Management, which manages all federal lands and waters.

Bristol Bay, Alaska, in July 2007.

EPA Proposes to Remove Protections for Alaskan Watershed That Is Home to 30 Native Villages

The agency wants to re-open the discussion on the Pebble Mine Project, which could jeopardize the region’s wild salmon population.

A Forward Looking Infrared image from the incident location, taken during an overflight on April 14, 2017. Well 2 and the extent of crude misting is visible on the snow within the red-lined area.

UPDATE: Natural Gas Leak Near Alaskan Native Village Stopped

Authorities were able to stop the leak after nearly four days.

Inupiat eskimo children play along the banks of the frozen Arctic Ocean June 7, 2006, in Browerville, Alaska. Scientists now know that climate change will submerge or destroy much of their coastal land, including the village of Shaktoolik.

READ: Alaskan Villages Must Decide to Leave or Stay as Sea Levels Rise

Storms are taking an average of 38,000 square feet a year from the town of Shaktoolik.

Alaskan Native Village Votes to Leave Sinking Island

The decision is in: It’s time to go.

W. Kamau Bell Shows Us How to Fight Hate, One Awkward Conversation at a Time

With a new CNN docu-series, “United Shades of America,” and Showtime stand-up special, “Semi-Prominent Negro,” Bell continues to serve up his unique brand of race talk through the lens of never-mean jokes.

WATCH: Native Youth Wrestle With Environmental Change in 'Children of the Arctic'

Stream the documentary via World Channel.

Bernie Sanders Sweeps Weekend Caucuses

The Democratic presidential candidate racked up victories in Alaska, Hawaii and Washington. But he still trails in pledged delegates.

Obama Administration Restores Mountain’s Native American Name, Continues Beef

The highest point in North America is returning to its roots with a controversial name change.

Voter ID Plunges Forward in Pennsylvania, Mississippi and Alaska

Just a month from Election Day states are already pining for restrictions in the next election.