After dismissing a senior member of the Trump investigation for what sources describe as dangerous partisanship, Robert Mueller has recruited a new team member. Peter Strzok’s political sentiments may have cast doubts on the integrity of Mueller’s investigation. But now, David Archey will hopefully work effectively and without preconceived notions of what is or isn’t true. Continue reading “Birmingham-based FBI agent David Archey joins Mueller team”
The Washington Post. Bloomberg. A mention in the New York Times. Birmingham’s present and past continue to play out in the nation’s politics and news.
If he resigns or is fired, it’s totally possible that U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions could head home and slay the 2018 governor’s race.
How do we navigate Birmingham revitalization while decreasing violence in all 99 Birmingham neighborhoods?
Birmingham’s own Condoleezza Rice will be at Books-A-Million in Brookwood Village on Monday, May 15 to sign copies of her new book on democracy. Important details follow.
Who’s this person from Birmingham running for Governor of Alabama? Folks in Vestavia probably know him. Do you?
Roy Moore is back, and Tommy Tuberville says goodbye, ya’ll. In the state of Alabama, this is how it goes.
This former footballer and local contractor is running for mayor of Birmingham. Who is he?
Rowan Henderson, a student at Birmingham-Southern College, has thrown his hat into the ring as a candidate for Birmingham’s city council. Check out his interview below:
Tonight Lonnie Malone is up to bat, with a City Council candidate interview for Bham Now.
Malone is a resident of Oxmoor Valley, and he’s running for District 7. Let’s get to know him!
Stephen L. Murphy has declared his intent to run for Birmingham City Council in District 2. Why should you care?
In addition to electing a mayor this summer, we’re also electing a city council, too, Birmingham. I say we start talking to (and writing about) them now.
The sooner we start a public conversation with potential candidates, the more we can learn about those seeking public office in August. Tonight it’s all about District 2 candidate, Jordan Thompson.
The first state lawmaker to try impeaching the Governor last year now says Robert Bentley is going to resign. Reports are unclear if a Magic 8 Ball was used to make this prediction.
Today Alabama’s House Judiciary Committee lifted the hold on Special Counsel Jack Sharman’s impeachment investigation of Governor Robert Bentley.
What a difference a day makes, huh?
Alright, Mr. Sessions, I hope you’re ready for your closeup, because you’ve been shining in the public spotlight since your February Senate confirmation.
This week has been a long one, particularly, from that Russian contacts controversy that the Washington Post first disclosed last Wednesday, to a starring snub in Saturday Night Live’s most-recent opening skit.
You know, the one that combined “Forrest Gump”, that infamous pie scene from “The Help” and you, all rolled up onto one park bench.