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The former Alabama senator and U.S. attorney general was gifted the Cabinet chair he used in meetings with President Trump. [Read More]
Jones joked he's part of "the radical middle" on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert." [Read More]
The discovery of the bomb led to the evacuation of the sheriff's office and an E911 center. [Read More]
Deputies were called to the home after the man allegedly shot at his neighbors' homes and cars. [Read More]
Jerre Chatom is serving two life sentences for the 1975 murders of David Beck and Robert Stolz. [Read More]
The Massachusetts senator shared her vision for the country at the Boutwell Auditorium. [Read More]
The outbreak, which started on Sept. 1, is now up to 35 cases. [Read More]
Workers at the Tut Fann State Veterans Home allegedly ignored residents' needs. [Read More]
George David George lived in three states, including Alabama, while on the run from the feds for two years. [Read More]
Bradley Eugene Loggins allegedly abused the girls over a two-year period. [Read More]
"It's common for us to adjust launch timetables based on capacity needs across the network," the tech giant said Monday. [Read More]
The melee at the Covington County Jail, which was brought under control, occurred during the transfer of three inmates. [Read More]
Alex Schrimsher is resigning to become principal at Monrovia Middle School in Madison County. [Read More]
Benjamin Little is charged with using his office for personal gain and illegal voting. [Read More]
Cullman County sheriff's deputies allegedly found 41 grams of meth and five grams of heroin in Johnny Johnson's car. [Read More]
A storm reportedly damaged the roof of a community center and several homes. [Read More]
Firefighters say both fires are believed to have been intentionally set. [Read More]
The development, near Tarrant, had been plagued by mold and was the subject of a dispute between the authority and its then-co-owner. [Read More]
"I think they need to do what their conscience dictates. They know what's happening," said Moore, who is no stranger to such allegations. [Read More]
Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh should not be questioned behind closed doors, the senator said. [Read More]