Moore working to implement governor’s strategic education to workforce plan
Opinion | The fight against public corruption isn’t lost yet
Ivey awards $6.3 million grant to the Office of Prosecution Services to help crime victims
Shelby announces $14 million highway infrastructure grant for Cullman
Brooks lauds November jobs report
Jones calls on Birmingham-based for-profit college CEO to assist student after sudden closure
Alabama joins other states in effort to stop pesky robocalls
President George H. W. Bush laid to rest in Texas
Today is National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
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
Opinion | Public corruption unpunished, public left in the dark
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 | 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
Opinion | Down the home stretch
Opinion | The prospective gassing of human beings in Alabama is an abomination
It was a big night for Republicans across the state. Not only did the GOP hold onto every statewide office, but its candidates did so in...
We need words to mean things. The phrase “fake news” has been so widely applied that it’s now essentially meaningless, other than identifying those who would...
As we head to the last weekend before next Tuesday’s midterm elections, Alabama voters need to be reminded how Republican candidates have conducted themselves this campaign...
Several hotly contested races will lead to a healthy turn-out for the 2018 General Election according to Secretary of State John Merrill. Merrill is predicting that...
Secretary of State John Merrill is facing a lawsuit over his blocking of individuals on Twitter. The American Civil Liberties Union sued Merrill Tuesday, Sept. 19,...
Secretary of State John Merrill expected turnout in Tuesday’s Democratic and Republican Party primary runoffs to be “extraordinarily low.” Merrill said he thought, on average, 15...
Luther Strange is off the hook. The executive director of the Alabama Ethics Commission told APR on Wednesday that the commission determined a few sessions ago...
There will be no voter roll purge in Alabama. Secretary of State John Merrill said Thursday that his office has spent the last two-plus years attempting...
By Chip Brownlee Alabama Political Reporter The Senate Constitution, Ethics and Elections Committee approved a bill Thursday that would make absentee voting for many Alabamians more...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter In his ongoing effort to ensure adherence to the Fair Campaign Practice Act (FCPA), Secretary of State John Merrill continues...