When I landed in the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth airport two months ago, I decided that I was going to have an open mind...
Birmingham’s economically depressed have reason to be angry and to shout at those we’ve elected to lead.
How standing in line to get the document that allows him to leave reminds him of why he’s glad to be here.
One of the most expensive road projects in American history is ‘fiscally irresponsible’ and needs to be stopped for the benefit of the state.
Why does Alabama have such dismal statistics when it comes to teen sexual behavior?
One state legislator crossed the line when it comes to determining who runs our public schools.
U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance shares thoughts on the growing tension between law enforcement and citizens.
In the international turmoil created by the U.K.’s Brexit vote, what happens next has implications for the Continent, for Britain and across the Western world.
A Birmingham program plans to resist gentrification by building on local talent, skill and creativity.
Municipalities limited by “big government” from statehouses.
The 1976 cult hit captures a Birmingham dealing with the tensions between city and suburbs.
An intergenerational point-counterpoint about the latest superhero blockbuster.
Here’s why journalists insist on controlling what they publish.
Why everything you've heard about Jesse Owens and the 1936 Olympics is wrong.
Mayor William A. Bell calls for Birmingham to "lead the way" on immigration reform.