It's important in Congress to have a healthy respect for the institution but to also never be intimidated by your surroundings, and I'd say that described Bradley.
Trump vetoes NDAA; COVID veto threat tests GOP loyalty to Trump; Bill would amend parole and probation violation sentencing, ease county jail crowding; Pfizer to supply additional 100M doses of vaccine; Christmas in the ICU
Trump threatens to veto COVID relief with new demands; Bill extends deadline for CARES Act money; Bill would allow businesses, places of worship remain open in emergencies; Consumer relief: bill to end ‘surprise’ medical bills; Auburn hires Bryan Harsin
Good morning! Here’s your Daily News for Tuesday, December 22. 1. Ivey gets vaccine, calls it ‘a safe thing to do’ Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey became one of the first governors on Monday to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, bidding to build public confidence in the vaccinations that will have to be widely administered to...
By KEVIN FREKING and LISA MASCARO, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump hosted several House Republican lawmakers at the White House on Monday to discuss an ultimately futile effort to block Congress from affirming President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in the November election. The meeting underscored Trump’s refusal to accept the reality of his...
Congress seals deal on COVID-19 relief; Telemedicine shift helping rural hospitals, patients; People over 75, essential workers next in line for vaccine; Trump floats Sidney Powell as special counsel; Bama to meet Notre Dame in relocated Rose Bowl
Congressional leaders have hashed out a massive, year-end catchall bill that combines $900 billion in COVID-19 aid with a $1.4 trillion omnibus spending bill and reams of other unfinished legislation on taxes, energy, education and health care.
Close to a deal in Congress; Claim that nurse died after getting COVID vaccine is false; Survey Pandemic further straining low-income families, widening racial prosperity gap; Nursing students, teachers to fill gaps at UAB Hospital; Funeral held for Bennie Adkins
Short of staff as COVID-19 cases increase rapidly, UAB Hospital is bringing in more than 120 students and faulty members from the University of Alabama at Birmingham nursing school to help care for patients sickened by the coronavirus pandemic, officials said Wednesday.