Friday, during an appearance on Mobile talk radio's "Midday Mobile" on FM Talk 106.5, U.S. Rep. Jerry Carl (R-Mobile) predicted a shake-up in Democratic presidential politics.
Tuesday, House Speaker Nathaniel Ledbetter (R-Rainsville) and State Sen. Steve Livingston (R-Scottsboro) hosted their annual Fourth of July breakfast with a guest list that featured a who's who in state politics in North Alabama.
After last month's 5-4 Milligan v. Allen decision, it seemed inevitable that two Republican congressional incumbents would be forced to face each other in a head-to-head match-up.
As U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville’s hold on military promotions stretches into its sixth month, his critics are finding more dramatic ways to express their impatience.
Last month, the Alabama Education Association (AEA), the labor union for Alabama's public K-12 school teachers, claimed victories defeating school choice and a handful of tax cut measures during the 2023 legislative session.
Orr said he anticipated "some sort of school choice legislation" making it through the Alabama Legislature in 2024.
U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) and several other Republican lawmakers introduced a bill on Wednesday to prevent the Biden administration from basing federal leases or property decisions on a state’s abortion availability.
Auburn head basketball coach Bruce Pearl took to Twitter to thank a group of U.S. Senators for penning a letter to President Joe Biden urging him to "strengthen efforts to deter" the Iranian nuclear program.
During an interview with Alabama Public Television's "Capitol Journal," Alabama Republican Party chairman John Wahl insisted Republicans would work to not only be competitive but sweep all seven districts.
On Thursday, U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) blocked the ninth attempt by Senate Democrats to break his hold on military promotions over the Department of Defense’s abortion policy.
The dates for the Alabama House District 55 special election have been decided. The seat was vacated after State Rep. Fred Plump, Jr. (D-Fairfield) resigned in May.
Tuesday on the "Rick & Bubba Show," 2024 GOP presidential candidate former Vice President Mike Pence discussed his recently announced run for president and his upcoming speaking appearance at Gridiron Men’s Conference in Huntsville this weekend.
As tensions mount between the U.S. and China both at home and abroad, U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) is fighting to keep investors linked to the Chinese government out of American cryptocurrency exchanges.
If Terri Sewell wants to remain in the U.S. House of Representatives, she has her work cut out. But the challenge could come long before the November 2024 general election.
House Bill 209 (HB209), legislation sponsored by State Rep. Jamie Kiel (R-Russellville), which would have cracked down on ballot harvesting, did not get a vote on the State Senate floor last week before the 2023 legislative session ended.
Sine die came and went without House Bill 209 (HB209), legislation that would have cracked down on so-called ballot harvesting, getting a vote on the State Senate floor.
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.
With only one day remaining, the 2023 legislative session has come and gone without a serious look at gambling. According to House Speaker Nathaniel Ledbetter (R-Rainsville), given the influx of new members in the legislature's lower chamber, that was by design.
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.
One of the bigger fights in the Alabama Legislature this session was over an appropriation for the proposed Maxwell Gateway project, which includes some aesthetic elements welcoming visitors to Montgomery and a water park.
With only three legislative days remaining, one of the bills remaining on the docket is sponsored by State Sen. Dan Roberts (R-Mountain Brook) that would prohibit state contracts with businesses that boycott certain sectors of the economy based on environmental, social and governance (ESG) policies.
Early Friday morning, the State Senate passed this year's General Fund budget by a 28-3 vote. Among those voting "no" were State Sens. Clyde Chambliss (R-Prattville), April Weaver (R-Brierfield) and Chris Elliott (R-Josephine).
The window for the passage of proposed legislation prohibiting minors from attending drag shows has passed for the Alabama Legislature in 2023.
Last week, off-the-cuff remarks given by State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris at a University of Alabama at Birmingham event breathed new life into legislation offered by State Sen. Sam Givhan (R-Huntsville) to reform the Alabama Department of Public Health.
During a lengthy appearance on Montgomery radio NewsTalk 93.1's "Health & Wealth" program last week, former U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Huntsville) said Communist China played a role in his U.S. Senate Republican primary defeat last year.