County courthouse hosts meeting of judges, rabbi, imam, and priests.
The economics and ethics of personal injury law.
Jung Gwang Il's organization smuggles news, film, and television into his homeland with the aim to educate an oppressed citizenry.
Anti-Semites want to weaken JCCs because they know what the centers contribute to communities.
Initiative will provide 5,000 jobs to high school students.
“Countering violent extremism” grant program would no longer address other violent ideologies.
How might the Trump administration’s immigration policies play out in Alabama?
Some reform advocates express skepticism toward Bentley's call for “complete transformation of the state’s prison system.”
Anti-Semitic hate crimes are increasing, says Anti-Defamation League.
'Weld: Birmingham’s Newspaper' embarks on an experimental path to maintain local journalism.
Veteran foreign correspondent Jamie Kirchick argues Trump's dismissal of NATO will have grave consequences.
Venue directors and agents give advice on how to secure your band a show.
Speaking in a historic church, the Justice Department leader said Martin Luther King’s legacy should inspire Americans to work for a more just society.
New York Times bestselling author Paul Reid argues that the president-elect should not be pre-judged by the media.
Benard Simelton says activists’ efforts have begun to “turn the tidal wave” against U.S. Attorney General nominee.