Newspapers in Education Week is a reminder that we all need to learn how to understand “news."
Looking back on a career in federal law enforcement, outgoing U.S. attorney says seeking justice for all was always her mission.
The top federal law enforcement officer in North Alabama says protecting prisoner rights benefits everyone in Alabama.
As the new year dawns, the Magic City is undergoing a facelift.
U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance says her office’s approach has always been about making the community safer.
She’s an actress, a model, and a photo stylist — and oh yeah, she also cooks.
How a day commemorating the end of World War I turned into a holiday for all veterans — and what Birmingham had to do with…
Unorthodox business mogul Donald Trump wins the presidency, riding support from a new coalition including right wing nationalists and defying the political establishment.
Was it an attempt at intimidating Roebuck voters, or a misunderstanding?
Birmingham blogger Lauren Hall talks the importance of family and food.
The latest foodie extravaganza in Birmingham is aimed at satisfying appetites and changing lives.
Criminals use the internet to threaten national security and intrude on your privacy, but there’s hardening resistance from the federal government as well as the…
Local organization offers help to victims of an ongoing problem that affects women, men and children.
Taking on domestic violence daily, Birmingham police officers find victims grappling with the realities of abuse.
The UAB Institute for Human Rights kicks off with a Nobel Peace Prize winner .