It was bad enough when President Donald Trump – whether his fault or his staff’s – made a mistake in putting Alabama in Hurricane Dorian’s danger zone, but the political storm damage only got worse when the frenzied media and weather politicos joined Trump in making a real fuss out of it.
Last Sunday morning I served as an usher at my church after working a late Saturday night monitoring the events surrounding mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton.
President Donald Trump’s administration is doing right by denying requests by a handful of American embassies to fly the gay pride flag, but not necessarily because it might take issue with gay rights.
The Auburn University Office of Professional and Continuing Education, in partnership with the United States Air Force Air War College, will host the annual Hap Arnold Lecture Series beginning at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
Alabama’s Sen. Doug Jones, who serves on the Senate Armed Services Committee, warns that ISIS is making every attempt to reorganize, including an increased recruitment of women and children, and that a continued U.S. presence in the Mideast region is critical to America’s national security.
Alabama’s fast-growing aerospace industry received another boost Wednesday when GE Aviation announced it will invest $50 million in an expansion of its Auburn facility.
Vice President Mike Pence will travel to Huntsville on Tuesday to chair the fifth meeting of the National Space Council at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center.
Constituents of the 3rd Congressional District asked Rep. Mike Rogers questions that ranged from climate change to workforce development Tuesday during a town-hall meeting.
The Alabama Legislature’s 2019 regular session is scheduled to begin Tuesday, and a number of bills have been pre-filed in both the House and Senate.
It is sad commentary that in the year 2019, we still see examples every day of racism, bigotry and ignorance that – sometimes intended and sometimes not – hurts those offended by it and smears the character of those so willingly pervasive in sharing it.
A bill pre-filed in the Alabama House of Representatives would give the state school board a bigger say in determining eligibility for high school student-athletes.
Alabama’s U.S. Sen. Doug Jones, a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said on Thursday that while he agrees there are problems along the United States-Mexico border that must be addressed, using the military as a political pawn and declaring a national emergency is not the way to …