Politics

Michelle Obama on Her Hopes for Other Women

THE FORMER FIRST LADY SPEAKS AT THE PENNSYLVANIA CONFERENCE FOR WOMEN

1/3 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/3 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/3 Show Caption Hide Caption Michelle Obama addresses the Pennsylvania Conference for Women on Tuesday. Former First Lady, Michelle Obama delivered the keynote address at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. Her participation in a luncheon conversation was moderated by Shonda Rhimes, Executive Producer and Creator of TV shows “Scandal”…

Facebook to turn over to Congress Russia-linked ads

1/1Facebook to turn over to Congress Russia-linked ads Show Caption Hide Caption WASHINGTON (AP) — Social media giant Facebook is expected to provide Congress on Monday with more than 3,000 ads that ran around the time of the 2016 presidential election and are linked to a Russian ad agency. Company officials will meet with the House and Senate intelligence committees…

First lady listens and learns about opioid crisis

1/1Melania Trump Show Caption Hide Caption WASHINGTON (AP) — Melania Trump is listening and learning about the nation’s opioid epidemic. The first lady heard Thursday from experts and people affected by addiction to drugs whom she invited to the White House for a discussion. Mrs. Trump said she is concerned about the well-being of children and wants to help as…

Councilor Skip Henderson Announces Run for Mayor

Henderson Elected 6 times, Current Budget Chairman

About 75 people surrounded City Councilor Skip Henderson as he made his bid for Mayor public. Some of those supporters questioning his sanity. “Somebody said if this were an intelligence test, you might not have passed,” Henderson said jokingly. But his coworkers and fellow city leaders beamed at the news saying experience matters when it comes to running the Mayor’s…

President Trump Comments on the Alabama GOP U.S. Senate Runoff Election

While leaving the White House today the President said Moore ran a "really great race".

1/1Pres. Donald Trump Show Caption Hide Caption President Donald Trump had something to say about the Alabama GOP run off election on Tuesday. While leaving the White House today the President said Moore ran a “really great race”. The President also said Moore will be a “great senator”.   Roy Moore defeated  Republican Sen. Luther Strange in the election race…

Confederate Flags Pinned with Cotton Inside American University Campus

1/1 Show Caption Hide Caption Police at American University in Washington, D.C. are trying to find who put up confedearte flag posters across campus. The posters were hung on Tuesday night and the school has released security footage of a man, dressed as a construction worker, who they think is the suspect. Take a look.

Roy Moore Clenches GOP Spot for Alabama Senate Candidate

1/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 4/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 5/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 6/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 7/7Scren Shot 2017-09-26 at 10.39.55 PM Show Caption Hide Caption Alabama Senate Candidate Roy Moore has officially beaten Senator Luther Strange in the G.O.P. party runoff election, defeating the appointed…

U.S. Senate GOP Runoff

1/4 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/4 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/4 Show Caption Hide Caption 4/4 Show Caption Hide Caption You saw the candidates vote and what the President has to say about who ought to be Alabama’s next U.S. Senator. But, it’s really up to Alabama voters to decide which Republican candidate gets to face Democratic candidate, Doug Jones,…

Trending Topics with Mallory Hagan

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The recent comments by President Trump that led to the NFL protests over the weekend have everyone talking. Should politics be a topic suitable for the workplace? Should employees face backlash for expressing their views? Mallory Hagan discusses during Trending Topics. Follow Mallory: Facebook Twitter Instagram

Alabama Democratic Party Statement on President Trump Visiting Alabama to Campaign for Luther Strange

“Donald Trump’s visit today to campaign for Senator Luther Strange will not distract Alabamians"

1/1Screen Shot 2017-09-22 at 9.15.16 PM Show Caption Hide Caption Nancy Worley, Chairwoman of the Alabama Democratic Party has something to say about the Presidential visit to Alabama on Friday. “Donald Trump’s visit today to campaign for Senator Luther Strange will not distract Alabamians from the fact that Strange and his fellow Republican “fat cats” have been working secretly behind…