ESPN’s new partnership with historically black colleges is being praised, but the new broadcasts are dividing the sport of football by race.
Anderson’s shoe and her story are featured in a new exhibit at the Alabama History Museum on the women’s suffrage movement.
If doctors are rationing care based on those who pledge adherence to a healthy lifestyle, only a minority of Americans would qualify.
‘For too long, the Federal Government has dived (not just waded) into issues reserved to the States under the Constitution,’ the governors wrote.
Alabama Republican Sen. Tommy Tuberville is proposing legislation to ban ‘slush fund’ settlements in which prosecutors dole out millions to special interests.
The Republican governor of Alabama signed a law to ban vaccine passports from being mandated by public and private institutions.
Union leaders bet that they could convince workers it was in their best interests to be enrolled in a union that would stand up to management. They lost.
‘I had an ambition to work for the Lord and my race. I had great enthusiasm to serve my people; my heart was overwhelmed with compassion for them,’ wrote Rosa Young.
Whether it’s the Buckeyes or the Crimson Tide who claim victory at tonight’s game, everyone wins because college football never had to leave.
Talking about that Thanksgiving tragedy 19 years ago, Chris Wyatt weeps openly. Today, he’s carrying on his granddad’s legacy as an African-American small farmer who owns his land.
While national campaign rhetoric can be both divisive and dispiriting, getting involved in a local campaign was edifying and encouraging.
A media-driven panic, a panic-driven economic collapse, and Democrats’ filibuster of the kind of liberal police reform they say they want are prepping the stage for a Republican disaster in November unless they start fighting.
Preliminary antibody testing in L.A. County shows thousands more in southern California have already been infected by novel coronavirus.
Six states announced an official end date to the mandated shelter-in-place orders implemented by their respective governors.
Somewhere along the 55-mile voting rights march from Selma to Montgomery in 1965, 15-year-old Betty Anderson, whose father was a shoemaker, wore a large hole in her shoe. But that didn’t stop her.
Alabama’s Republican Senate primary was sent into a runoff after candidates were unable to garner enough support to win a majority of the votes.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is projected to win his third state of the Super Tuesday contests with another overwhelming win in Alabama, the Associated Press projects.
A big Biden win three days before Tuesday’s votes won’t hand him any crown, but it will do a good deal to disperse the musk clinging to his campaign, especially in Southern states more disposed toward him.
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