Shelby discusses disaster assistance for the Wiregrass with Trump
Jones co-sponsors bipartisan bill to address growing chronic wasting disease problem
Secretary Merrill orders election workers not to count write-in votes
DA Greg Griggers shot in Demopolis
Ivey launches inaugural committee
McCarthy defeats Jordan for GOP Minority Leader
Palmer elected to 116th Congress’s GOP leadership team
Post election analysis of a Republican win
New Alabama House Republican Caucus meets to select leadership
Opinion | The Alabama Democratic Party has no plan, no hope for the future
Jefferson County indictments raise serious questions about Ethics Commission’s actions
Opinion | Will Republicans bring change or status quo?
Opinion | Once again, Godspeed Speaker McCutcheon
Opinion | Comforting the afflicted, afflicting the comfortable
Opinion | Reading right, left and center
Opinion | Straight-party suicide
Opinion | Sellouts are running Alabama’s environmental agencies. Why don’t you care?
Opinion | It’s time to end Veteran’s Day
Opinion | Role model statesmanship showcased in the public square
Opinion | Words cannot express our gratitude
Opinion | Alabama board of education member says school choice is trying to “destroy a whole race of people”
Opinion | Brewbaker: Advice for new legislators
Opinion | It’s time to get back to work in Montgomery
Many Alabamians with court debt are sacrificing basic daily needs like food and medical care to pay down burdensome court costs, fines and fees, a new...
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...
One of the most closely watched state Senate races is the Republican primary to fill the seat being vacated by independent-thinking Republican maverick Sen. Dick Brewbaker....
Our antiquated 1901 Constitution was designed to give inordinate power to the Legislature. During the Wallace years, the King of Alabama politics, George Wallace, usurped this power...
Just before ending this year’s legislative session, the Alabama House of Representatives voted to send a controversial economic development bill — one that would exempt a...
The leadership's prediction that lawmakers would be home before Easter Sunday was accurate
Thursday, both Houses of the Alabama Legislature concluded their work and ended the 2018 legislative session. A number of bills were killed from lack of action...
A controversial bill that would exempt a class of “economic development professionals” from having to register with the state as lobbyists appears to have made it...
The Alabama House of Representatives is considering controversial legislation that would end elections for county school superintendents. Senate Bill 280 is sponsored by Sen. Dick Brewbaker,...
House Bill 317, a controversial piece of legislation that has received pushback from both sides of the aisle and prompted threats of a filibuster, never made...