Woods: "I will bring servant leadership to City Hall."
Time and retrospection bring a different conclusion about how to help those in crisis.
Why there's hope in Alabama's senate race.
When we decide some lives are not worth living, are we dimming the lights on American democracy.
For World Press Freedom Day, a moment of reflection on a time before we became enemies of the people.
Newspapers in Education Week is a reminder that we all need to learn how to understand “news."
Anti-Semites want to weaken JCCs because they know what the centers contribute to communities.
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…
Why President Trump's anti-Muslim policies are profoundly — and historically — anti-American.
Birmingham School Board member and mayoral candidate Randall Woodfin shares his plan to reduce crime.
A friend and fellow newspaper veteran recalls the wit and writer he both knew and didn’t know — but always admired.
The importance of seeking out, understanding, and eventually overcoming systemic gender inequality.
The Trump presidency raises questions about how American distrust of government affects the national judgment.
Why Governor Robert Bentley's recent comments on the state of education in Alabama prove that he's painfully out of touch with reality.
After Saddam, Alabama soldiers tried to help stabilize Iraq — but after ISIS, what will remain of their work and the people they left behind?