Last year, Mayor Randall Woodfin pardoned about 15,000 people who had criminal convictions for possession of the drug from 1990 through 2020.
A motive for the alleged killings has not be revealed.
Rep. Sewell told NBCBLK, “Change rarely comes in the halls of Congress without agitation... Your vote does matter.”
Police say Kevin Penn, who was armed and defending his store was mistaken for the suspect when an officer punched him.
Despite his poor performances in Iowa and New Hampshire, Biden told supporters on a phone call that "I'll be damned if we're gonna lose this nomination."
Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who resigned last November at Trump's request, is looking to make a political comeback.
Authorities plan to charge Patrick Stallworth, 39, and 29-year-old Derick Irisha Brown with capital murder and kidnapping in Kamille’s death.
Two people are being questioned in connection with the disappearance of Kamille "Cupcake" McKinney.
Steven Reed became the first Black mayor to be elected in Montgomery's 200-year history.
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey issued a statement saying that while she cannot remember the incident, she "will not deny what is the obvious."
Manslaughter Charge Dropped Against Alabama Woman Who Suffered Miscarriage After Being Shot In Stomach
The criminalization of Jones calls into question how much Alabama, its state agents, and even some of its citizens care about Black women’s bodies
Large Percentage Of Alabamians Agree With The Decision To Punish Mother Who Lost Unborn Child In Shooting
The case of Marshae Jones outraged many across the nation, but in Alabama, where voters recently acknowledged the "sanctity of unborn life" it's a different story.
Alabama Woman Loses Unborn Child After Being Shot In Stomach, Shooter Goes Free While She's Charged With Manslaughter
Authorities claim that Marshae Jones started the fight that led to the shooting that ended the life of her unborn child.
The amendment to Jessi's Law will now strip the parental rights of anyone convicted of first-degree rape, first-degree sodomy, and incest.
The bill requires anyone 21 or older convicted of a sex crime involving a child younger than 21 to undergo chemical castration.
"This isn’t a scene from 'The Handmaid’s Tale.' This is happening in Alabama ― in our country ― in the year 2019,” she said in an email to supporters.