Leaders of the Limestone County NAACP gathered at Home Place Park on Thursday to express their “grave concerns” over a gun vendor and a group with Moms for Liberty planning to attend the Madison Street Festival this Saturday.
It took a presidential pardon by former President Donald Trump to clear General Michael Flynn of an FBI investigation in 2020, and Flynn said the efforts of the federal government to target citizens it disagrees with have only gotten worse.
“It’s really out of brokenness, desperation, all those things that led us to Christ in our marriage, and now it helps us help other people.”
Huntsville-Madison County Public Library is pausing its plans to relocate certain books on library shelves after it was reported that Executive Director Cindy Hewitt had ordered LGBTQ-related children's books to be moved into the adult section.
After a Politico article suggested U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) may be the new leader of the GOP post-Donald Trump, some have speculated whether or not the freshman senator may make a run for the White House.
On Monday, special master Richard Allen filed newly drawn remedial redistricting maps with a panel of three federal judges.
Congress has until the end of this week to approve 12 appropriations bills to keep the government running or else risk a shutdown.
Attorney General Steve Marshall said it is more important than ever to defend Alabama’s sovereignty.
Former President Donald Trump became the latest public figure to congratulate U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) for maintaining his hold on military promotions while successfully forcing Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) to consider them individually.
With the 2024 presidential election approaching, the validity of the 2020 election still looms large in the minds of many Americans, including U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) who asked U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland Wednesday if it was a crime to question elections.
After U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuch Schumer (D-N.Y.) chose to vote individually on select military nominations, many news outlets, even those considered more left-leaning, reported it as a win for U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville, who has maintained a hold on mass confirmations of promotions due to the Pentagon’s abortion policy.
“One of us was bluffing. It wasn't me.”
After thousands of Auburn University students gathered to worship and be baptized last week during the “Unite Auburn” event at Neville Arena, people across the nation have been saying revival may be breaking out on The Plains.
"This isn’t an Oprah giveaway where she gets to say, ‘You get a car. You get a car. You get a road project. You get a road project.'"
District 1 Councilman Devyn Keith was recently forced to cease renting out rooms at his home in north Huntsville, according to reports, since it was in violation of city ordinances against short-term rental properties. But the inactive listing on Airbnb still offers a glimpse into the lifestyle and mind of one of the city's notable officials.
Since his latest indictment in Fulton County, Georgia for alleged election interference, Donald Trump's poll numbers have gone up, and U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) said he’s confident Trump will win in 2024.
Alabama has become the first Republican-led state to have one of its municipalities reinstitute mask mandates over fears of a COVID resurgence.
The next regular legislative session isn’t set to begin until February, but state lottery and gambling bills are already expected to take up a lot of floor time in 2024.
Despite mounting pressure from military and government officials, U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) said nothing could talk him out of his hold on military promotions until the Department of Defense changes its policy on funding out-of-state travel for abortions.
“I think a lot of young people are looking for hope. They’re looking for identity, and they’re putting their identity in things that are not Christ. You’re seeing where that’s leading now.”
Local libraries are quickly becoming the latest battleground in today’s culture war, but State Rep. Susan Dubose (R-Hoover) is determined to keep them a safe place for children to study and learn without being exposed to sexually explicit materials.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic forced students to be schooled virtually at home, more and more parents are concerned about their children being indoctrinated by left-wing, “woke” ideologies, something that Dr. James Lindsay refers to as the “Marxification of education.”
Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy has come out in support of U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville’s (R-Auburn) hold on military flag officer nominations over the Pentagon’s abortion policy.
An assistant to State Rep. John Rogers (D-Birmingham) has been indicted for allegedly stealing $200,000 in state grant money meant for various projects in Jefferson County.
While many celebrated that recent decision by the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals overturning the preliminary injunction against Alabama’s law banning transgender surgeries and hormones for minors, Cornell Law professor and founder of popular legal website Legal Insurrection William Jacobson said the fight to protect children from harmful medical treatments is far from over.
Since 1953, the Huntsville City Council has been asked eight times to increase water rates, according to Huntsville Utilities president and CEO Wes Kelley. Now, it’s being asked to raise the rates again to meet the city's growing demand.
After being put in jail for refusing to give up his sources in his investigations into election fraud, Gregg Phillips understands better than most what former President Donald Trump is going through.