Activists and citizens question hopefuls on policing, budget, race relations.
Our ex-governor’s sex scandal might be salacious, but it’s nothing compared to the state’s deeper, more systemic failure.
Candidate and former Auburn wide receiver promises to bring “championship mindset” to city hall.
Plus, why identity politics shouldn’t factor into this year’s mayoral election.
Mayor William Bell and challenger Randall Woodfin fielded student questions about gentrification, public transit, and education.
How Birmingham’s civic progress can have the downside of inspiring an unearned sense of entitlement.
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.
Birmingham City Council delays resolution supporting state legislation that would use Jefferson County pistol permit fees to fund cemetery maintenance.
“Countering violent extremism” grant program would no longer address other violent ideologies.
The congressman was challenged by constituents, but the discourse remained civil.
How might the Trump administration’s immigration policies play out in Alabama?
How we’re losing the ability to communicate with those we disagree with — at a time in which that has never been more important.
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.