Jones introduces bipartisan legislation forbidding mailed unsolicited “live” loan checks
Byrne applauds NOAA’s increased Red Snapper catch limit under new rule
Shelby announces $14.2 million highway infrastructure grant for Decatur
Voyager 2 has left the heliosphere
Moore working to implement governor’s strategic education to workforce plan
Opinion | The fight against public corruption isn’t lost yet
Brooks lauds November jobs report
Jones calls on Birmingham-based for-profit college CEO to assist student after sudden closure
Alabama secretary of state releases updates on crossover voting
Secretary of State initiates legal action to recover unpaid campaign finance fines
Hyde-Smith wins Mississippi Senate race
Zeigler: Kasich would lose every primary if he challenges Trump
Jim Zeigler mulls 2020 Senate run against Doug Jones
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Opinion | In the arena
Opinion | Get Hart
Opinion | What nobody (and everybody) is talking about
Opinion | Marshall axes Hart to please political donors
Opinion | The Hoover situation gets stranger every day
Opinion | Protest is an American right, deserves respect
Opinion | A real outsider
Opinion | Alabama’s infrastructure: A municipal perspective
Opinion | The light and life of President George H.W. Bush
Opinion | School boards are choosing systems over students by calling for scholarship repeal
Opinion | Looking for a day or a person?
Opinion | Jo Bonner comes to Montgomery
By Susan Britt Alabama Political Reporter MONTGOMERY—On Thursday, Judge Jacob Walker, III, set the hearing date for the post-trial motions in the Mike Hubbard case: September...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter Michael G. Hubbard, on Friday, June 10, the thirteenth day of his trial, was found guilty on twelve counts of...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter MONTGOMERY—A who’s-who of politicos, business titans, lobbyists, and operatives, are among the some 135 witnesses called by the prosecution, in...