Motion seeks donors info from Bentley’s “girlfriend fund”
Ivey reports successful first year for “Strong Start, Strong Finish” education initiative
Kavanaugh decision dominates Doug Jones town hall
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
Republican Party will not remove candidates from the ballot
Brooks supports President Trump’s Space Force efforts
Sewell supports regional minimum wages
Roby says growth rate proves Republican policies are working
Alabama Senate Republicans lead Democrats 12 to 6 going into fall elections
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 | Republicans playing by different rules when it comes to state ethics laws
Opinion | Alabama Democrats can’t rebound without a change in leadership
Opinion | Toe the lie, err, line, or get out of it
Opinion | Inside the Statehouse: Primary political potpourri
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
Opinion | Back to school priorities
The law is simple: Candidates running for public office in Alabama must file a statement of economic interests when they qualify, and then must file an...
In what may be the most consequential political race of 2018, interim Attorney General Steve Marshall was bested in fundraising in April. According to the latest...
Greed is consuming the Republican Party. From top to bottom, state and national, today’s GOP is filled with men and women who will shirk any ideal,...
The corruption within Alabama’s state government doesn’t surprise me anymore. The brazenness of that corruption does. Seriously, these people aren’t even hiding it anymore. Former Republican...
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...
In a stunningly shrewd move orchestrated by attorneys and lobbyists representing a tiny group of shadowy special interest lawmakers, on Tuesday, eliminated the part-time provision that...
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...
Sometime after 10 a.m. today, the Alabama Senate will take up HB317, a bill to exempt a specific class of individuals from the state’s ethics laws....
A bill that would create a new class of individuals dubbed “economic development professionals” and essentially exempt them from lobbying provisions in the state’s ethics laws...
Last week, economic development proposal, HB317, was left hanging while Republican Senate President Pro Tem Del Marsh met with Gov. Kay Ivey to discuss the bill’s...