Looking at anti-semitism in real time and in history, those who remember draw a line between hate, the Holocaust, attacks on the media, and what…
Activists at Shuttlesworth International get behind the movement to oppose Trump’s efforts to restrict visitors from Muslim countries.
Exploring political posturing and public opinion from telegram to tweet.
In one of many sister demonstrations to the massive Women’s March on Washington Magic City activists turned out to oppose Trump’s rhetoric.
A Birmingham lawyer suggests that the reason for John Lewis’ inauguration boycott may be deeper than he let on.
Local school administrators see ethnic diversity in their student bodies changing their systems for the better.
South of the border the people of San Miguel de Allende are on guard against the president-elect, sharing their concerns about his plans and his…
After Saddam, Alabama soldiers tried to help stabilize Iraq — but after ISIS, what will remain of their work and the people they left behind?
Taking issue with the current structure of baseball’s postseason.
As a longtime city leader in Troy died earlier this month, her role in the current state of the Alabama Democratic Party is nearly forgotten.
After a week of growing tensions in the wake of violence, about 200 people attended BCRI's event to hear speeches from several prominent speakers.
An ideological face-off centered around the University of Alabama dramatized free speech in a way particularly relevant in today’s political climate.
The aging Firehouse Shelter provides a roof for its clientele, but an ambitious plan to move may prove its saving grace.
Historic Japanese friendship doll comes back home to the Birmingham Public Library after a makeover.
Less scorn, more support shown for Islamic believers after highly publicized incidents.