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The Alabama Memorial Preservation Act will soon have its first test in court. Alabama’s Attorney General has filed suit against the City of Birmingham for covering part of a Confederate monument.
Temporary stopgap funding for CHIP was passed, but children's access to health care is still at risk.
Anonymous super PACs have poured millions of dollars into advertising on both sides.
An insurance policy allowed them to save more than $1 million after the championship victory, to make sure coaches received their bonuses.
Alabama has used most of a recent settlement to help fund Medicaid and pay off debt.
A fund to pay for damage from BP's 2010 oil spill is used to cover a budget gap.
They chose Trump for economic reasons.
Pipelines like the one that shut down in Alabama are a weak link in the distribution of fuel, but that’s because the real chokepoint is the production of gasoline at refineries. Some parts of the country have no refineries (i.e.…
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama will be the state's only health-exchange insurer as of next year.
Kai Ryssdal catches up with catfish farmer Townsend Kyser.