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Prisons

The death and other recent homicides and suicides underscore longstanding problems in Alabama's prisons.

Prisons

The Alabama Department of Corrections is being sued by the U.S. Department of Justice over the state's deadly prisons.

Health

A CDC advisory panel is expected to meet Wednesday to review data and make recommendations for use among those 12 to 15.

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"By ending federal benefits, Republicans are sending a clear message to struggling workers: Stop being lazy."

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State

The NFL noted the nonprofit's success in freeing Ronald McKeithen from a life sentence in March.

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"A wise politician knows to get the best deal you can right now and come back for more later."

Legislature

The governor's staff is studying the marijuana bill and could send it back to the Legislature with an amendment.

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The COVID-19 Pandemic

Economy

Eighty percent of last week's claims were estimated to be due to the pandemic.

Health

State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris urged the public to get vaccinated, or Alabama could see another deadly COVID-19 spike.

Health

The number of doses administered in Alabama has dropped by more than 40 percent since April 13.

Opinion

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"Happy Mother’s Day. If you have one, hug her today. And tomorrow, too."

Featured Opinion

"Republicans attempted to undercut weeks of negotiations with a clumsy, poorly-planned scheme to rush through a lottery-only bill."

Opinion

"Clean water is the greatest advancement in public health in the history of the world."

Opinion

"We honor our educators for the long hours and tireless (and often thankless) work they do."

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