Trump-backed Kelly Tshibaka challenges fellow Republican Lisa Murkowski, who has called for Congress to act following Roe v. Wade being overturned.
After students sipping the sealant complained about its taste, two staff members tried the liquid, wondering if it was spoiled milk.
The preliminary results indicated that the woman's death had been a homicide.
The former Alaskan governor, backed by Trump, is competing for the House seat made vacant by Rep. Don Young's death.
The woman said her right to free speech was hindered when she was banned from posting on the lawmaker's social media page.
The top four vote-getters in Alaska's special House primary, regardless of their party, will advance to a ranked-choice special general election Aug. 16.
"We are standing at the threshold," Katey Walter Anthony, who has spent her career understanding methane emissions, told Newsweek.
"This is terrifying," said one commenter. "I would not be driving that slowly and recording so casually."
The Department of the Interior has previously canceled leases in Alaska due to a lack of interest from the industry.
The package includes dividends of about $4,200 to residents this year as well as "energy relief" checks of $1,300.
The soldier—who has not been named—was training with a small group at the Anchorage Regional Landfill when the bear attacked.
The former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee is running for Alaska's lone House seat following the death of Rep. Don Young.
"I don't think I can handle having Sarah Palin back in the mix every day," said Jimmy Kimmel. "The voice alone goes right through the center of my brain."
In the poll from Must Read Alaska, 31 percent of respondents said that they would vote for the former governor.
In footage shared on TikTok, the woman also waves down a driver who is heading straight into the path of the landslide, yelling for him to stop.
GOP legislators have been pushing back against abortions in different parts of the country where it is either banned or faces some restrictions.
Jay Allen Johnson left 17 threatening voicemails to two U.S. Alaskan senators over the span of five months.
"Alaska is strategically located on the globe," the former governor and GOP congressional hopeful said.
The former president has backed the 2008 vice presidential hopeful, just as she endorsed his presidential campaign in 2016.
Trump said the former Alaska Governor brought McCain's 2008 presidential bid "out of the dumps" while showing his support for her congressional bid.
Palin said that she had "watched the far left destroy the country" and vowed to "combat the left's socialist, big-government, America-last agenda."
Access to close to 100 homes has been blocked due to the avalanche and there is no power in the area, a local official said.
Young, 88, had served in Congress since 1973 when he was sworn in after winning a special election.
Alaska Volcano Observatory said nine volcanoes have been affected by the problem including Novarupta, which produced the biggest eruption of the 20th century.
Archaeologist Jason Rogers said the well-preserved bow is a "very rare" find for Alaska as land developments that can uncover artefacts are unusual in the area.
The United States purchased the state of Alaska from the former Russian empire in 1867 for $7.2 million, or just under $140 million in today's money.
"The reason we're up there is because the Russians are up there," Mark Cancian of CSIS told Newsweek. "If they weren't up there, we wouldn't be up there."
"Seeing a brilliant aurora is a life changing experience," climatologist Brian Brettschneider, who posted the footage, told Newsweek.
In its report, the Army stated that the soldier was "killed instantly" and is investigating the tragic accident.