Opinion | Police are not above public scrutiny
St. Clair County Democrats to hold executive committee elections on Saturday
Jones expresses concerns over Trump Administration policies
Brewton has been awarded a $2.8 million EDA grant
Brooks praises appointment of Mark McDaniel to a key NASA committee
BCA announces new executive committee members, ongoing transition plan
Doug Jones says work requirements for SNAP would mean no Farm Bill
Byrne: Undocumented immigrants won’t be housed in Baldwin County
Ivey appoints Kelly Butler acting director of finance
Ivey visits Mobile for opening of newest Walmart distribution center
Sewell, Gowdy, others introduce bill to strengthen election infrastructure against cyberattacks
Secretary of State’s letter addressed out-of-state PACs meddling in Alabama elections
Lee Auman calls for new leadership in Alabama Democratic Party
Opinion | DC’s political pornography keeps voters distracted
Opinion | Only one candidate skipped debates; he had something to hide
Opinion | Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals fails
Opinion | Civil trial will spotlight Bentley’s shame
A move to reunify BCA is underway
Opinion | A blue few days away, and a same-sex wedding
Opinion | Brett Kavanaugh to SCOTUS would assure Trump legacy
Opinion | Republicans playing by different rules when it comes to state ethics laws
Opinion | Alabama Democrats can’t rebound without a change in leadership
Opinion | Hitting the road
Opinion | A thank you note to Alabama’s teachers
Opinion | Summer interns served AL-02 with distinction
Opinion | Marion Mayor uses tools to prep residents for AlabamaWorks Success Plus Initiative
Opinion | Doing right and doing write-ins in November
By Josh Moon Alabama Political Reporter The Alabama Education Association filed a lawsuit Monday against the Alabama Charter School Commission members and interim state superintendent Ed...
By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Tuesday, the Alabama House Ways and Means Education Committee held a public hearing on the Education Trust Fund fiscal year...
By Chip Brownlee Alabama Political Reporter The Alabama Education Association has won a lawsuit alleging that the Retirement System of Alabama PEEHIP Board met illegally and...
Education Matters By Larry Lee Wendy Lang is a longtime elementary school educator in Decatur, AL. She left the classroom a year ago to work for...
INSIDE THE STATEHOUSE by Steve Flowers While the presidential race played out this year, several things happened in Alabama politics that went under the radar. First,...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter MONTGOMERY—Now that the Republican supermajority has successfully brought the once powerful Alabama Education Association (AEA) to heel, it appears the...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter MONTGOMERY—Sponsored content on internet blogs and publications is a growing source of revenue and a cause for concern. Big players...
By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter On Wednesday, October 21, Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill (R) issued a warning to groups who may attempt to...
By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Once, the most powerful political entity in the state of Alabama, the Alabama Education Association (AEA) has had a string...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter MONTGOMERY—Few Republicans in legislative leadership admit sharing common cause with President Barack Obama, but when it comes to charter schools...