by Alice Ollstein Oct 1, 2015
"It felt like somebody cut my face up and poured hot sauce in," said one of the student plaintiffs sprayed with the chemical by police.
by Katie Valentine Sep 15, 2015
Students in Alabama will now learn about climate change and evolution, under new standards that experts say treat the topics with more scientific accuracy than they did before.
by Alice Ollstein Aug 26, 2015
"They want to disenfranchise the most people possible," said Susan Watson with the American Civil Liberties Union of Alabama.
by Judd Legum Aug 21, 2015
An unforgettable evening.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Jul 29, 2015
"The case has certainly moved to this new dimension, but welcome to Alabama."
by Aviva Shen Jul 29, 2015
A new federal lawsuit says correctional officers at an Alabama jail used giant snakes as a "means of torture, harassment, control and intimidation against the inmates."
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Jul 17, 2015
The facility was slated to shut down in 2010, but politics intervened.
by Ari Phillips Jul 16, 2015
Alabama Power is hoping to live up to the old adage that says "the customer is always right."
by Ryan Koronowski Jul 2, 2015
The states most directly impacted by the massive spill announced a deal to settle years of litigation with the oil giant for a total of $18.7 billion.
by Zack Ford Jul 2, 2015
Gay, lesbian, and bisexual people can find relief from housing discrimination, but not in all cases.