Roberson and Gilbert both found guilty of federal corruption charges
Secretary of State’s Office begins voter fraud investigation in Wilcox and Perry Counties
Opinion | What in the world happened to Robert Bentley?
Walt Maddox, statewide candidates host forum in Gardendale
Shelby announces $25.5 million for statewide airport infrastructure
Faith leaders screen documentary film on the cash bail system
Jones testifies before International Trade Commission on negative impact of newsprint tariffs
Palmer: “Vladimir Putin is a bad man”
Roby thanks Trump, Pence for helping her defeat Bright
Sewell, LaHood introduce bipartisan bill to strengthen ambulance services, combat fraud
After Trump-Putin Summit, Byrne says Russia is an adversary
Attorney General Steve Marshall defeats Troy King for GOP nomination
Will Ainsworth captures GOP nomination for lieutenant governor, toppling Twinkle Cavanaugh
Roby beats Bright again
A move to reunify BCA is underway
The fix was in
Opinion | BCA takes out the trash, finally
Opinion | No, Mr. Marshall, it’s you
Ethics Review Committee is a long con
Opinion | Alabama voters: You just don’t care
Opinion | Alabama: The confused state
Opinion | Inside the Statehouse: Potpourri/Notebook from June 5 primary
Opinion | The anti-American American president
Opinion | Pro-growth policies are working in AL-02 communities
Opinion | Americans are better off now
Opinion | Pro-Life Movement momentum is strong
Opinion | Gerald Dial is a steady hand for Alabama
Opinion | Sez you, Nikki Haley
Robert Bentley is being sued. Again. Alabama’s former governor, who is currently in the midst of a defamation lawsuit for allegedly spreading false information in an...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter A subpoena was filed in Montgomery Circuit Court on Monday demanding State Superintendent of the Department of Education Michael Sentance...
By Chip Brownlee The Alabama Political Reporter MONTGOMERY — The House Judiciary Committee wasted no time this week in issuing dozens of pages of subpoenas in...
By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Thursday, September 29, 2016, the Alabama House Judiciary Committee issued subpoenas for both Alabama Governor Robert Bentley (R) and his...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter MONTGOMERY—Senate Bill 69 would give legislative committees the power to grant immunity for criminal activities. The bill’s intent is to...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter MONTGOMERY —The Judge in Speaker Mike Hubbard’s felony criminal case has ruled that Acting Attorney General W. Van Davis was...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter MONTGOMERY— During Tuesday’s hearing, Hubbard’s criminal lawyer, Lance Bell, tried to turn the proceedings into an evidentiary hearing on prosecutorial...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter MONTGOMERY—On Wednesday, Judge Jacob Walker, III ruled that Speaker Mike Hubbard had improperly handled a subpoena and ordered the information...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter MONTGOMERY—New court documents in Speaker Mike Hubbard’s criminal case reveal, that he and his attorney have been improperly using subpoenas,...
By Bill BrittAlabama Political Reporter MONTGOMERY—In what is being described as both a fit of desperation and a Hail-Mary pass, Speaker Mike Hubbard, (R-Auburn) has filed...