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The president endorsed letting trained teachers carry weapons when he met with state and local officials on Thursday.
The deputy sheriff assigned to protect Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is out of a job, accused of failing to do his duty during last week’s massacre. He never went inside the school building during the gunfire that left 17 people dead.
An Alabama lawmaker says the state should raise the minimum age to buy an AR-15, or similar weapon. Rep. Juandalynn Givan, D-Birmingham, became the latest to push gun or safety-related legislation in the wake of the shooting in Florida last week.
Rep. Jim Jordan and Rep. Mark Meadows provide insight into the dossier investigation; House Republicans speak out on ‘Fox & Friends.’
Parkland authorities face scrutiny over an armed deputy who ‘never went in’ during school shooting and delayed security footage; a Stoneman Douglas survivor speaks out on ‘The Ingraham Angle.’
The California parents accused of torturing and starving their 13 children will be in court Friday for a procedural hearing. For the first time, lawyers representing the adult children are sharing how their recovery is going and what their dreams are for the future.
Eric Greitens was arrested and charged with invasion of privacy stemming from an extramarital affair before he was governor of Missouri. Greitens framed the arrest as a political attack and refused to resign.
President Trump vowed to continue urging for action on gun control, floating the ideas of arming teachers and echoing lines from the NRA president that America should “harden our schools.”
The resource officer stationed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is being criticized for remaining outside the school during the shooting.
Tough talk at the first meeting. Residents airing strong opinions about the plan which calls for major changes. The plan cuts personnel and property at central office and three schools will close.
If there was any question about whether Kay Ivey is running for Governor, she put that question to rest tonight
Governors race is just beginning but already Democratic candidates Sue Bell Cobb and Walt Maddox are on the record in support of a lottery.
6 Republicans and 6 Democrats have qualified for the Governors race. Kay Ivey is seeking her first full term as Governor.
The last eight years have been filled with politicians putting their own interests ahead of ours, we watched as politicians passed a new ethics law which they thought nobody would notice when they turned around and broke it.
Former U.S. Rep. Bobby Bright is looking to unseat incumbent U.S. Rep. Martha Roby in the upcoming Republican primary election for Alabama’s 2nd congressional district.
In the one minute video she announced her very first action, if elected governor, is to present to the legislature a plan she calls Alabama’s Lifelong Learner Lottery.
The states education budget is moving forward in the house lawmakers passed the 6.7 Billion dollar budget out of committee this morning.
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President Trump says he would “love” to see a government shutdown over the immigration reform he wants. Congressional leaders want to settle the funding issue before they get to immigration and border security.
Something overcame them, grabbed them and turned them into something else during the 2016 election campaign. They devolved into political animals.
Gov Ivey made the list. The people like what we are doing. Republican Governors are solving problems and addressing needs.
Another government corruption investigation may be in the works for Alabama. Several state lawmakers have received subpoenas from a grand jury.
Napolitano addresses the confusion over the change in language to the White House version of the Nunes surveillance memo.
Democrats greeted much of the state of the union with dissent or stony silence. A CBS News poll shows 3 out of 4 Americans who saw the SOTU approve of the president’s message.
This is his first radio interview since becoming Active Superintendent
Republican lawmakers “hurt their credibility” when they hype bogus conspiracy theories to distract from the investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 U.S. election.
The plan says “The State Is In Control” and that MPS Board Members and Officials have very limited power. This Intervention will target finances, student achievement and MPS ability to keep it’s accreditation
New pressure on so-called sanctuary cities. The Department of Justice is threatening to subpoena records in nearly two dozen states and cities if they don’t comply with the demands of ICE.