Kay Ivey attends HudsonAlpha’s grand opening of Paul Propst Center
Jay Mitchell campaigns in St. Clair County
Shelby announces $4 Million in critical opioid treatment grants for Alabama community health centers
Will Christine Blasey Ford testify before Senate Judiciary Committee or not?
Ballotpedia reaches 1 billion pageviews
ACLU sues John Merrill for blocking followers on Twitter
Want to know why Mike Hubbard still isn’t in prison?
AG Marshall moves to strip pre-existing conditions coverage from hundreds of thousands of Alabamians
Alliance for a Pro-Life Alabama plans a statewide campaign to pass constitutional amendment
Small business group endorses Kay Ivey for governor
Maddox touts plans to expand Medicaid, launch education lottery at bus tour kick off
State Senate District 2 candidate refuses to debate his opponent
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Labor Day’s forgotten meaning still hotly debated
OPINION | “Criminal” Court of Appeals does the Devil’s bidding
Opinion | Remembering Women’s Equality Day
Opinion | The plan to kill public education in Alabama is succeeding
Opinion | Men are pigs; yes, they are
Opinion | Maddox is right: The state shouldn’t pay for Bentley’s attorneys
Opinion | 1986 Governor’s race
Opinion | Alabama Black Belt Adventures celebrates long, successful relationship with Raycom Media
Opinion | National Hunting and Fishing Day: Celebrating Alabama’s sportsmen and women
Opinion | Setting our funding priorities
Opinion | Next Generation Alabama PAC
Opinion | Alabamians need an Ethics Commission that will enforce the laws
Put the flashlights away, Jason Taylor has been located. Maybe. The Alabama State Department of Education’s $700,000 accountant is still working for the state, just not...
Last year, the Public Affairs Research Council of Alabama surveyed Alabama voters to gauge their priorities heading into this year’s statewide elections. That report showed broad...
On Wednesday, Alabama Political Reporter editor Bill Britt called for an Alabama leader to step forward to be “a champion who will lead the battle to...
A majority of Alabama voters are “very concerned” about government corruption and ethics, however, Republicans who once championed strong ethics laws have retrenched or given up...
Saturday, the Alabama Republican Party Executive Committee passed its first ever platform. The 550 member executive committee was meeting for their summer meeting on the Tuscaloosa...
Wednesday, Congresswoman Terri Sewell, D-Selma, joined Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin and local officials at a tour of the 35th Avenue Superfund site. The Environmental Protection Agency...
An essential purpose of the Republican Party is to slow and reverse the tide of tyrannical government. When the Party stops being useful in that, I...
The powerful Business Council of Alabama (BCA) is holding its lavish “Governmental Affairs Conference” with state government officials at the upscale Grand Hotel Marriott Golf Resort...
There’s a trick that’s often used in Alabama politics — one that Kay Ivey seems to know well. This trick comes in many different forms, and...
Friday a federal jury today convicted prominent Birmingham attorney Joel Iverson Gilbert and Drummond Coal executive David Lynn Roberson in a scheme to bribe a state...