K-12 schools look to 'fill the gap' with incoming $2 billion COVID relief funds; It's Election Day; Speaking of elections; Infrastructure: Dem bill swells to $3.5 trillion; Cubans rise up against regime
Known as "Coach" around the State House for his years of coaching high school sports in Bay Minette, Shiver is a familiar and friendly presence in the sometimes stuffy halls of government, frequently seen laughing and slapping backs on the House floor.
President Joe Biden says the U.S. military operation in Afghanistan will end on Aug. 31, delivering an impassioned argument for exiting the nearly 20-year war without sacrificing more American lives even as he bluntly acknowledged there will be no "mission accomplished" moment to celebrate.
Second bill targeting Critical Race Theory filed for '22 legislative session; Johnny Ford takes saw to Confederate statue in Tuskegee; State sees uptick in COVID-19 hospitalizations; Job openings rise to record high, layoffs hit record low; Trump files suit against Facebook, Twitter and YouTube
Anti-rioting bill pre-filed for 2022 session; Britt hauls in $2.24M for Senate campaign; ADPH: Several Alabama counties still at risk for virus; Judge to decide lawsuit over Alabama nuclear plant sale; Op-Ed: Protecting Alabama’s waters requires more than lawsuits
Poole, Ledbetter in for Speaker; Inside Alabama Politics - Part Two; Census Bureau dodges challenge to controversial privacy tool; Ivey, 19 other GOP governors oppose Supreme Court expansion; Roads, bridges, jobs: Biden selling big infrastructure deal
Speaker won't seek reelection; Inside Alabama Politics - Part One; Crews spend 5th day atop shaky pile of collapsed concrete; 'It definitely feels early': GOP's long race to 2024 begins; Senators to watch as Dems debate changing filibuster rules
What happened, why it matters and what's next with the Speaker's move; Thinking about special sessions;
Another prominent, long-serving lawmaker not seeking reelection; Dayne Cutrell to Maynard; Watson Donald to Shelby; ACCS shoring up security reporting.
State making progress to reach 500,000 newly credentialed workers; RIP Sonny Callahand; How does moratorium affect high-vacancy Alabama? Bipartisan infrastructure deal appears back on track after Biden walk-back; US airstrikes target Iran-backed militias in Syria, Iraq