U.S. Rep. Gary Palmer (R-Hoover) was one of three of Alabama’s congressional delegation to vote against raising the national debt limit, but he said the bill was not all bad for Republicans.
Though the senator has not been named, court documents point toward it being U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) since Landry told investigators he was “angry with certain politicians over their handling of important entitlement programs for veterans” and he “saw on the news that U.S. Senator #1 is blocking military promotions.”
Common sense should tell us there’s a clear difference between what’s meant for comedy and what’s meant for, well, something entirely different.
In the latest salvo in the ongoing battle over choosing a permanent home for U.S. Space Command, Alabama lawmakers have reportedly drafted a bill to block funding the continued growth of the temporary headquarters in Colorado.
The U.S. Senate on Thursday passed legislation to raise the national debt limit into 2025 following the bill’s approval in the House a day prior. Both of Alabama’s U.S. senators, Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) and Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) voted against the bill, which now heads to President Joe Biden’s desk for his signature.
U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville is continuing to call for more accountability in America’s education system after comments he made about inner-city teachers sparked outrage from Democrats and leftist activists across the country.
On Wednesday, 149 U.S. House Republicans joined 165 House Democrats in voting 314-117 to the Fiscal Responsibility Act to raise the national debt ceiling for two years and avoid a default on money borrowed.
Tuberville called the bill a "terrible deal," while Aderholt, though not happy with the final bill, highlighted some of its positives.
U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville’s (R-Auburn) national security advisor has reportedly resigned over allegations that he played a key role in holding up over 200 senior military nominations over the Department of Defense’s abortion policy.
Several members of the Alabama House of Representatives sent a letter to U.S. Airforce Secretary Frank Kendall voicing their support for U.S. House Armed Services Committee’s investigation into the ongoing delay in choosing a permanent home for U.S. Space Command Headquarters.
Small towns can often hide big secrets, but the story behind an abandoned compound known locally as “The Devil’s Playground” in the middle of the woods in Hayden could be too monstrous to believe.
Following outrage from Alabama Democratic leaders and organizations over his comments about failing inner-city schools, U.S. Senator Tommy Tuberville clarified his remarks while doubling down on his original point.
Public officials in Madison County were alarmed by the information revealed Thursday after the U.S. House Committee on Armed Services announced it would launch an investigation into the ongoing delays in choosing a permanent U.S. Space Command (SPACECOM) Headquarters.
“The COVID really brought it out about how bad our schools are and how bad our teachers are in the inner cities,” Tuberville said. “Most of them in inner cities; I don’t know how they got degrees, to be honest with you. I don’t know whether they can read and write.”
U.S. Reps. Dale Strong (R-Huntsville) and Mike Rogers (R-Saks) are spearheading a House Armed Services Committee investigation into what’s causing the continued delays in picking a permanent headquarters for U.S. Space Command.
On April 15, 1997, the body of a white male was discovered near a shallow creek bed in Union Grove, Marshall County. According to the sheriff’s office, the body had its head, hands and feet intentionally removed, making a positive identification nearly impossible beyond race and gender.
The president of the Alabama State Conference of the NAACP, Bernard Simelton, compared Alabama to Florida as he openly condemned the Alabama Legislature for its efforts to pass a law banning Critical Race Theory and other "divisive concepts" from the classroom.
A group of concerned parents and community members gathered in Guntersville Tuesday evening to discuss concerns of racial discrimination within the Guntersville City School system.
For the second time this month, Huntsville councilman Devyn Keith has had his shoplifting trial date rescheduled, this time until August 22.
In retaliation for various sanctions, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation released a list of 500 Americans now banned from the country, including U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) and U.S. Rep. Dale Strong (R-Huntsville).
When former Crimson Tide All-SEC defensive end John Croyle was planning to take the next step in his football career into the NFL in 1974, he first went to his coach, the legendary Paul “Bear’ Bryant, for advice.
In a recent interview with 1819 News, Alabama AG Steve Marshall said he supported State Rep. Dan Roberts’ anti-ESG bill and was “appreciative” that Roberts was addressing the issue for the state while Marshall focuses on the national level.
On Thursday, Briarwood Presbyterian Church in Birmingham announced its senior pastor, Harry L. Reeder III, was killed in a car accident.
The incident reportedly occurred Saturday inside a restaurant on Cobbs Ford Road in Prattville, where the victim alleges she was forced into a bathroom stall in the woman’s bathroom and raped.
During a hearing of the U.S. Senate Committee on Appropriations Tuesday, U.S. Sen. Kate Britt (R-Montgomery) further criticized the Biden administration’s plans to reverse course on moving U.S. Space Command headquarters to Alabama, and she directly addressed U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin about why it rightfully belongs in Huntsville.
After a report surfaced Monday revealing the Biden administration's plans to reverse course on moving U.S. Space Command headquarters to Alabama due to the state's abortion law, several Alabama officials were quick to condemn the President for playing politics at the expense of strategic national security.