In time, America may solve its opioid crisis, find political compromise on immigration, keep Social Security solvent, adequately fund Medicaid and Medicare, raise the global rankings of our public schools, feed the millions who still live in poverty and agree that man is negatively affecting…

With one touchdown pass and a heartfelt comment on national TV, Tua Tagovailoa has ascended to a lofty spot among evangelical Christians, Alabamians, football fans and social media pundits. I suspect even some Georgians like what they see.

Just when you think humanity is awful, the president is a global embarrassment, our state nearly elected a creepy theocrat to the U.S. Senate and every man on the planet seems to be a sexual predator, along comes a Christmas kitten who renders all that momentarily forgettable.

Right now, everything in Alabama is seen through the prism of Roy Moore’s toxic U.S. Senate campaign. He’s like Chernobyl fallout, drifting and settling and infecting. You have to choose: Are his accusers attention-seeking liars? Will you vote for an accused pedophile? Are his Christian beli…

A few months ago while walking my dog at McClellan, a man in a black pickup flagged me down. He was a veteran, he said, who’d served at Anniston’s Army post during its final years and now lives in Atlanta. He was lost, a little bewildered and had questions.

From her office on Leighton Avenue, the Rev. Laura Hutchinson can gaze out the window and figuratively see most of Anniston. The stately homes of Glenwood Terrace are a stone’s throw away. Noble Street and Anniston High School sit nearby. So, too, does West 15th Street, the entranceway to th…

Anniston’s 36201 ZIP code owns the city’s heart, soul and history. That’s where the city’s seed was planted. It’s home to most of Anniston’s foundational houses of worship, the city and county governments’ offices, its federal and county courthouses, its new police department and jail, its c…