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.
After travelling the country, Ira Hill’s interactive American flag sculpture returns home to Birmingham for Inauguration Day.
With an election just seven months away, it’s worth taking a look at the things the Bell has accomplished — and the things he perhaps…
An attorney representing Charles Todd Henderson answers questions about recent indictment.
New York Times bestselling author Paul Reid argues that the president-elect should not be pre-judged by the media.
U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance says her office’s approach has always been about making the community safer.
Bills seek to end Alabama's now-unique practice of letting judges impose death sentences against jury recommendations.
Robinson will leave a vacant seat in Alabama legislature; special election coming.
American Civil Liberties Union President Spoke to Cumberland School of Law last Monday.
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…
The Trump presidency raises questions about how American distrust of government affects the national judgment.
Anxiety rises for Muslim Americans while white working-class voters rejoice, raising questions about a new president’s ability to unite an increasingly diverse country.
Last Sunday, the former president offered his perspective on the election and the value of love.