I believe the imminent relocation of The Anniston Star newsroom is an opportunity to make some other changes that might position the newspaper for a bright future.
I like Ben Little. I really do. In private, when cameras are scarce, when there’s no publicity to claim, he can be gregarious and insightful. But isn’t it now obvious that Little’s cancerous behavior on the Anniston City Council is an incurable ailment?
The president wants $5.7 billion for the wall. The Democrats, feeling giddy after winning control of the House in last year’s midterm elections, say forget it and have instead proposed spending $1.3 billion for “border security.”
WASHINGTON -- President Trump did something Tuesday night that he has rarely done since taking office: He used the presidential bully pulpit to reach beyond his hardcore base of supporters to make his case to the American people as a whole.
Last week, U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers again took the oath of office and was sworn in for another session of Congress. Afterward, his staff emailed a newsletter, The Rogers Roundup, in which the Saks Republican offered his highlights for the coming year.
The first “Something To Do Sunday” will include basketball, volleyball, board games, card games, intro to golf, chess/checkers, shuffleboard and softball, and light refreshments will be provided.
WASHINGTON -- On no real evidence but with absolute certainty, I would submit that the defining emotion of our time is anxiety.
WASHINGTON -- The chaos all around us is what happens when the nation elects an incompetent, narcissistic, impulsive and amoral man as president. This Christmas, heaven help us all.
We have the opportunity to re-introduce ourselves to the community we serve, but we want to be informed about what that re-introduction should look like.
WASHINGTON -- During his time in CIA custody, 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed told his interrogator something prophetic. The United States may enjoy some fleeting battlefield successes, Mohammed declared, but in the end "we will win because Americans don't realize ... we do not need t…
WASHINGTON -- As Mueller time approaches, it is likely that President Trump's defense will consist of two phrases: "But that is not illegal" and "But that is not impeachable."
WASHINGTON -- As resumes go, it's hard to fathom a better fit to fill John McCain's Senate seat than the nation's first female Air Force pilot to fly in combat -- Rep. Martha McSally, R-Ariz.
WASHINGTON -- All of Washington is focused on the political peril President Trump faces from Robert Mueller's investigation. But the Mueller probe could very well turn out to be a disaster, not for Trump, but for the Democrats.
WASHINGTON -- There was plenty of awful legal news for President Trump this week, but the worst may have come from an official who hasn't yet been sworn in.
FLORENCE -- A tourist in Florentine museums is like a skipping stone above unfathomable depths. Here a Botticelli. There a Donatello. A single room at the Uffizi that would reward a lifetime of study gets five hurried minutes before lunch.
WASHINGTON -- Good news for the incoming House Democratic majority! They have something President Trump really, really wants: money to build a border wall. Trump is desperate for this money. Mexico won't give it to him. Only congressional Democrats can. Without their consent, he can't delive…
WASHINGTON -- In recent days, many have sought to contrast President Trump with President George H.W. Bush. But there is one area where Trump is channeling his inner George H.W. Bush -- and not in a good way. His response to the murder and dismemberment of Jamal Khashoggi in a Saudi consulat…