If you missed it -- how could you, considering how far any news regarding President Trump flies these days -- the president went on another attack this week against the attorney general, former Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions.
U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Saks, made an appearance Tuesday night at Auburn University, where he spoke to the school's College Republicans group.
Comedian Roy Wood Jr., a correspondent for The Daily Show, is from Birmingham. And he's written about his hometown (and home state, obviously) in today's New York Times.
Much of America likes to describe our home as a "Christian nation," which is certainly up for interpretation and debate in some regions of the United States. That said, new polling this year by Gallup shows that just 38 percent of Americans say they attend religious services weekly or almost…
President Trump, who apparently knows more about the Hurricane Maria death toll in Puerto Rico than the officials in Puerto Rico, tweeted this morning that he did indeed know the truth.
If you read only one item today about the 17th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States, this should be your choice.
"Where I’m from, we like guns. They are as much a part of our story as Jesus, 'Roll Tide,' and monograms. Even if you’ve never shot one, you appreciate the romance."
The connections between Alabama politics and the turbulent administration of President Trump are real, and they are deep. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the former U.S. senator from Alabama, was one of Trump's first congressional supporters. Trump dominated Alabama election results. And he …
The all-powerful Pew Research Center has released a new study of religion in America that, according to its website, "looks at beliefs and behaviors that cut across many religious identities, producing a new and revealing classification, or typology, of religion in America. The new typology …
U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Saks, spent a few hours in Birmingham Monday making the rounds at the Magic City's various television stations. Why? Well, it's an election year -- he faces Democrat Mallory Hagan in November -- and Congress is in its summer recess.
The death this weekend of Sen. John McCain has flooded the internet with an incredible range of written appreciations of the late senator. (There's no McCain appreciation coming from President Trump, but that's another story.) This morning, the McCain family released a final statement the se…
Impeaching a U.S. president is hard to explain and even more difficult to accomplish. That's one reason why Congress has never removed a president through impeachment -- though it's been close.
The biggest news story of the last 24 hours isn't the guilty verdicts against former Donald Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort or the guilty plea by former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen.
If you are a fan of college football, and if you care about the players who thrill us on fall Saturdays, you need to read this column written by Sally Jenkins of The Washington Post.
Now that school is back in session, take a moment to look around your child's campus and see if you can find a "In God We Trust" sign prominently displayed.
A confession: I'm not much of a WNBA fan. It's not that women's sports bore me. Hardly. I love Olympic gymnastics. I like watching the U.S. women's soccer team and high-level college softball. I've just never latched on to professional women's basketball.
In light of President Trump's recent Twitter comments about NBA star LeBron James, now is a good time to revisit what may be the best explanation of James' place in American society.
President Obama -- remember him? -- has released what he calls his "first wave" of endorsements for the 2018 midterm elections, and there's a notable absence.