Second law-enforcement officer confirms Ivey’s hospitalization, cover-up and trooper demotion
She scheduled a mastectomy and the next day her doctor told her she didn’t have breast cancer
Alabama one of country’s least politically engaged states
Record employment numbers set in September
Hagan: Thousands of Alabama voters disqualified or labeled inactive since February 2017
Brooks warns of potential debilitating national insolvency after deficit jumps 17 percent
Alabama has small but growing immigrant population
Alliance for Retired Americans endorses Lee Auman for US Congress
Trump approves Emergency Disaster Declaration for Alabama counties impacted by Hurricane Michael
Aderholt expresses optimism ahead of midterm elections
Zeigler: It is no longer about right versus left, but right versus wrong
Opinion | Reading right, left and center
Opinion | The people have a right to know if their attorney general is a cheat
Opinion | Terminal corruption and its accomplices
Opinion | I dare you
Opinion | The last refuge of a scoundrel
Opinion | Collier’s allegations are not about Ivey’s health — they’re about retaliation
Opinion | Kay Ivey’s official calendar is surprisingly empty
Opinion | Can’t write too much about voting until it’s too late
Opinion | The Shorty Price story
Opinion | Maddox is pro-life, pro-gun — and the Ivey campaign is freaking out
Opinion | Brett Kavanaugh: Chief Justice Moore 2.0
Opinion | Our HBCUs are at risk – we need to step up to protect them
Opinion | Water infrastructure vital to Alabama’s economy
Opinion | Retiring Republican state senator: Alabama should expand Medicaid
Opinion | Voters beware: Amendment 1 is a wolf in sheep’s clothing
Tuesday, the Alabama House of Representatives voted to concur with the conference committee version of the Education Trust Fund budget. The House also passed legislation giving...
By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter The House Committee on Boards, Agencies, and Commissions gave a favorable report to a bill that would strengthen training requirements...
By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter The Alabama House of Representatives voted to pass a 2.5 percent across-the-board pay raise for all current education employees. The...
By Rep. Craig Ford Eleven years is a long time to go without a pay raise. But for educators, state employees and retirees in Alabama, that’s...
By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Wednesday, April 27, the PEEHIP (Public Education Employees Health Insurance Program) board voted 7 to 6 to increase the monthly...