Ivey: Pelham to resign, Bonner to take over as chief of staff
Sources: Ivey chief of staff set to resign
Opinion | Why do Alabama governors insist on taking the unpopular path?
Ainsworth pushes better education, more ethical government in inaugural speech
Ivey uses inaugural address to call for infrastructure, corrections funding
House Democrats say new rules will subvert democracy, transparency
House Republican Caucus unanimously approves resolution urging AHSAA to reinstate Maori Davenport
House passes controversial new rules
Rep. Victor Gaston elected House speaker pro tem
Opinion | ALGOP House rule changes eliminate democracy
Senate committee assignments released leave Democrats spread thin across multiple committees
Sen. Del Marsh re-elected President pro tempore of Alabama Senate
Nine stories to keep an eye on in 2019
The top 5 under-reported Alabama politics stories of 2018
More than 240 federal workers apply for unemployment compensation in Alabama as shutdown drags on
Shipt inks major deal to anchor Birmingham’s tallest skyscraper
Dow gained over a thousand points Wednesday
46,330 more Alabamians had jobs in November than in 2017
Tom Parker sworn in as chief justice
Tom Parker will be sworn in as chief justice Friday
Macon judge dismisses state lawsuit against VictoryLand
Ivey appoints two women to Jefferson County judgeships
Brad Mendheim appointed to Alabama Supreme Court a second time
NASA’s New Horizons explores Ultima Thule in the Kuiper Belt
NASA 2018 highlights
Jones appointed to powerful Senate Armed Services Committee
NASA: OSIRIS-Rex has discovered water on Asteroid Bennu
Voyager 2 has left the heliosphere
Elton Dean will run for mayor of Montgomery
Moore restarts Twitter feed, promises new “details” about social media antics in Senate race
Q&A | Countryman speaks about new directions for Democrats in 2019
Elizabeth Warren announces 2020 presidential bid
Byrne introduces bill to pay Coast Guard during school shutdown
Brooks cosponsors a number of border security bills
Shelby to retain chairmanship of Senate Appropriations Committee
Jones’ Civil Rights Cold Case bill signed into law
Alabama Republicans support Trump’s call to increase border security with a wall
Opinion | In God we trust; all others will be scrutinized
Opinion | Poarch Creek leadership keeps taking from state while giving nothing in return
Opinion | 2019: Great things or one damn thing after another?
Opinion | Ivey righted the ship of state; now it is time to steer it audaciously
Opinion | Can Alabama’s one-party system deliver for all the people?
Opinion | Slain Birmingham officer needed our help
Opinion | There’s a reason the state legislature has no oversight of the AHSAA
Opinion | “Cussing” the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
Opinion | A look at Alabama’s 1940’s Congressional Delegation
Opinion | Survey says time for Accountability Act to go
Opinion | Alabama is O-KAY
Opinion | Get the show on the road
Opinion | Leader or follower: The two sentence fig leaf test
Opinion | Writers of Accountability Act never heard of the Good Samaritan
In a state where political news comes fast and furious, and where newspaper and TV news staffs are steadily declining, it’s easy for a few stories...
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...
There’s a recipe for being a successful governor of Alabama. Do nothing. Promote no legislation. Take no controversial stands. Avoid debates. Do lots of no-question photo-ops....
Thursday, the St. Clair County Republican Party met for their monthly session in Pell City. The group focused on the upcoming Republican primary. Former St. Clair...
Is it appropriate for a lawyer working for an unidentified private client to write laws for a department of state government? Doesn’t the public have a...
Earlier this week in an interview with the Alabama Political Reporter, Gov. Kay Ivey spoke on a range of topics including her first year in office,...
Today marks one year since Alabama’s 53rd governor, Robert Bentley, left office in disgrace. In just the last two decades, two Republican and one Democrat governor...
Friday, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey signed controversial HB317 into law. GOP gubernatorial primary opponent Scott Dawson reacted to Ivey’s signing of House Bill 317. “After decades...
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...
Despite the Ivey Administration’s push to pass questionable ethics-busting bill HB317 or her public praise for its passage, the governor is now being counseled not to...