Phil Williams says GOP will defend Senate District 10
The number of Alabamians working is at an 11-year high
Ivey says Trump Administration import tariffs would harm Alabama economy
Shelby applauds Senate passage of bipartisan National Defense Authorization Act
Brooks, Rogers applaud President Trump’s plans for a Space Force
Alabama Association for Justice elects new executive officers
BCA chairman throws tantrum after being dumped by Alabama Power
Byrne says he is “profoundly disturbed” by information in the IG’s Report
Jones to co-sponsor legislation to halt separation of families at the border
Countryman refuses to endorse Maddox, will continue campaign as a write-in
Craig Lipscomb speaks to Etowah County Republicans
Alabama Secretary of State: No voter roll purge
MARC panel reviews primaries, looks ahead to general election
Ethics Review Committee is a long con
Opinion | Cobb’s pledge sets a trap for rivals; Very Trumpian
BCA, ALFA and PCI support candidates with a history of misogyny
Opinion | The black hand behind Perry Hand
Opinion | Hey Batter, Batter: Taunting Ivey over debates is a silly thing
Opinion | Inside the Statehouse: Judicial races highlighted – June 5 primary
Opinion | We could do worse than John Merrill
Opinion | State schools chief backtracks, Montgomery schools mess grows
Opinion | We’re perfecting the “art” of being mean
Opinion | Inside the Statehouse: Analysis of gubernatorial primaries
Opinion | Combatting the opioid crisis at home and across the country
Opinion | Fighting the opioid epidemic
Opinion | Electric vehicles make sense for Alabama drivers
Opinion | Biofuels are still an important component of our energy mix
Opinion | Letter to the Editor on FCPA and the Ethics Commission
U.S. Senator Doug Jones, D-Alabama, announced Sunday that he would co-sponsor a piece of legislation that will prohibit the separation of immigrant families at the southern...
In the 2015 Alabama Legislative Session, the Legislature passed legislation that required all county candidates and political action committees running for public office to file campaign...
It has recently been reported that several city and state governments are considering laws and ordinances to blacklist federal contractors because they wish to work on...
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....
In a campaign that has yet to see any massive television ad buys, Republican candidate for lieutenant governor Will Ainsworth is making the first big splash....
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,...
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...
U.S. Sen. Doug Jones is joining another Democrat and a Republican to introduce legislation to establish a pilot program to integrate career training and support services...
A piece of legislation that would have implemented a method to track racial profiling data in police stops didn’t make it out of this year’s legislative...
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...