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Fmr U.S. Attorney Jay Town: Alabama abortion law is ‘incomplete’ — The legislature will have to ‘clean some of this up’

As a result of the Supreme Court ruling to overturn Roe v. Wade last week, most abortions are now illegal in the state of Alabama. According to Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall, the “Alabama Human Life Protection Act” passed by...

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State Rep. Scott Stadthagen: Joe Biden ‘is launching a war to destroy’ Title IX

The United States recently recognized the 50th anniversary of Title IX to celebrate the federal civil rights law solidifying women's protections from discrimination in...

Alabama’s Bryce Young nominated for 2022 ESPYS’s ‘Best College Athlete’ in men’s sports

Next month, University of Alabama quarterback Bryce Young will have the opportunity to add to his list of highly coveted recognitions as a nominee...

Northrop Grumman, Raytheon partner with Rise Against Hunger to battle food insecurity

Northrop Grumman and Raytheon Missiles & Defense are two names in Alabama's robust defense industry that are best known for their roles in supporting...

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United Launch Alliance preps for U.S. Space Force missile-warning mission

United Launch Alliance (ULA) is in the final stages of preparation for the launch of an Atlas V 541 rocket in support of a...

Watch: The media and their Democrats’ reaction to the SCOTUS ruling on abortion is as heinous as you would expect

The American media and their Democrats have had a rough weekend digesting the latest U.S. Supreme Court ruling on abortion. Many expected them to be...

Big Communications’ Merry Michael Smith lands ‘Top Women in Communications’ national recognition

Merry Michael Smith, director of media at Birmingham-based Big Communications, has been recognized as one of the top women in her profession by Ragan...

Tuberville, Aderholt laud SCOTUS ruling in high school coach religious liberty case

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled in favor of a former Washington state high school football coach who was fired for kneeling in...

7 Things: Hastily-called January 6 committee will not include Brooks, Alabama’s abortion law will be enforced and more …

7. State representative calls coin toss tie-breaker insulting  After it was announced that the State Senate District 27 race between State Senator Tom Whatley (R-Auburn)...

Tuberville: ‘President Biden is hogtying the American people and hogtying all of our allies that need oil and gas’

Last week, President Joe Biden called on Congress to pass a three-month federal gas tax holiday. Biden said the holiday "can bring down the...

Lockheed Martin breaks ground on $16.5M Huntsville missile defense lab

HUNTSVILLE -- Lockheed Martin Space on Monday held a groundbreaking ceremony for its Next Generation Interceptor (NGI) Missile System Integration Lab. The $16.5 million, 25,000-square-foot...

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U.S. Rep. Gary Palmer offers bill allowing states to require citizenship proof for voter registration

U.S. Rep. Gary Palmer (R-Hoover) has announced the introduction of a bill that would allow states to require proof of citizenship during the voter...

7 Things: AG Marshall declares Alabama’s abortion ban is now law after Roe v. Wade overturned, Biden signs massive gun control law and more...

7. Abortion tourism is now a thing After the U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, New York Governor Kathy Hochul (D) said...

Beth Chapman: Low turnout, high stakes

“The world is run by those who show up.” This quote has been used to motivate everyone from athletes to business leaders, but it’s...

Fishing tournament on Wheeler Lake offers shot at $1M prize

Anyone with a rod and reel has a chance to win a million dollars or other prizes at the Crank 4 Bank tagged fishing...

Britt wins big, Biden gas tax trial balloon is popped by Governor Kay Ivey and more on Alabama Politics This Week

Radio talk show host Dale Jackson and CEO of 256Today Mecca Musick take you through Alabama’s biggest political stories, including: — How did Katie Britt...

New Alabama skateboard park wows enthusiasts as part of City Walk BHAM

For 20 years, Go Skateboarding Day, on June 21, has been a time for enthusiasts to recognize (and play hooky from normal obligations) to hit...

Dr. Daniel Sutter: The USFL and labor markets

The reborn United States Football League has completed its first regular season. USFL players made $4,500 per game, or $45,000 for the season. By contrast,...

Guest: Swipe fees hurt Alabama consumers and businesses, Congress must act

The consumer price index rose yet again in May to an increase of 8.6% from a year ago, marking the highest rise in over...

Watch: CNN’s conga line of questionable legal takes on Supreme Court rulings got off to a hot start and promises to for quite some...

The Supreme Court has wrapped up the week with a couple of blockbuster rulings on abortion and the Second Amendment. These rulings have infuriated...

Here’s what to expect at the World Games in Birmingham this summer

After a year’s delay, the long-awaited World Games are right around the corner. The 11th edition of The World Games will return to the U.S. for the...

Sunday Reflections: Prepare to meet God

It was a last minute and very fluid situation when our son determined to make a job-related move to Denver. He flew and asked...

Flowers: Do campaign ads pander?

During the waning days of the campaigns for governor and U.S. Senator, I received an inordinate amount of correspondence lamenting the outrageous, demagogic, disingenuous,...