Legislation by State Sen. Dan Roberts (R-Mountain Brook) prohibiting state contracts with businesses that boycott specific sectors of the economy based on environmental, social and governance policies passed the Alabama House of Representatives unamended and with no debate.
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.
Legislators and policy experts called on Senate leadership to put a bill requiring manufacturers to automatically activate the adult content filter on phones and tablets sold in Alabama to a vote in the Senate in the last few remaining days of the session.
Troy University specified what its “Center for Civics Education and Leadership” is on Wednesday morning after lawmakers included a $1 million appropriation for the center their Education Trust Fund budget, which was approved by the Alabama Legislature last week.
Sgt. John Young with Mobile Police Department has always been outspoken about things he is passionate about. Just one year ago, he went viral online after speaking at a press conference about youth violence in the city of Mobile, particularly within the black community.
The Alabama state director for the Human Rights Campaign responded to the signing of House Bill 261, which protects college athletes.
Governor Kay Ivey corrected a tweet from ESPN on Tuesday falsely claiming the recently signed Alabama law prohibiting biological men from participating in female collegiate sports would prohibit women from competing on female sports teams.
Proponents of abortion abolition from all over the country gathered at the Alabama Capitol to push for a public hearing for legislation that would treat abortion as murder in the state.
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.
Amended absentee ballot legislation is still “very much alive,” according to State Rep. Jamie Kiel (R-Russellville).
A man convicted of killing a 75-year-old woman with a claw hammer in 2001 could be executed this summer 22 years after being put on Alabama’s death row.
A Lee County LGBTQ organization Pride on the Plains hosted a drag show for children on Tuesday night during a “family fun night” at the local Auburn coffee shop Coffee Mafia.
Legislation by State Sen. Dan Roberts (R-Mountain Brook) prohibiting state contracts with businesses that boycott certain sectors of the economy based on environmental, social and governance (ESG) policies is on the docket for a House vote on Wednesday.
Late Friday night, the Alabama Legislature approved an $11.6 billion education budget which no longer includes an unexpected $1 million for Troy University’s Johnson Center for Political Economy but rather awards $1 million to a “Center for Civics Education and Leadership,” which potentially does not to exist.
The SpaceX Dragon crew capsule splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico Tuesday evening around 10:07 p.m.
Gov. Kay Ivey has signed legislation into law that would ban transgender athletes form competing in sports designed for members of the opposite sex.
Gov. Kay Ivey on Tuesday commended Alabama’s federal delegation for its investigation into Space Command's location while reiterating that Huntsville is the only logical place for the United States Space Force.
Citizens in Mobile are speaking out against an event planned for June 9 that includes a public drag show.
The Department of Justice is requesting a federal court reduce Kenneth Glasgow’s offense level in exchange for pleading guilty, according to a filing on Friday.
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.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall applauded the decision of the Alabama Bureau of Pardons and Paroles to deny the parole of convicted child murderer Judith Ann Neelley, saying her death sentence should never have been commuted.
Two campus newspapers in Alabama appear to no longer show ads from pro-abortion nonprofit Planned Parenthood, which was aggressively advertising abortion services to college students last week.
Former United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions told attendees at an Alabama Center for Law and Liberty banquet on May 1 at Faulkner University that President Donald Trump “exceeded my expectations” despite a disagreement over him recusing himself from alleged Russian election interference investigations in the 2016 elections.
The Alabama House and Senate passed a joint resolution on Thursday forming a commission to study possible elimination of the state’s sales tax on groceries.
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.
The Baldwin County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) completed a weeklong pre-landfall hurricane exercise Friday.
Richard Scrushy, the former HealthSouth CEO who went to prison for bribery involving former governor Don Siegelman, is being accused of hiding millions of dollars that he owes in a civil case.