For the first time in three decades, yoga can be taught, but the law will still bar teachers from using Sanskrit names for poses.
By most measures, Gov. Kay Ivey is a predictable Southern Republican, but she has charted her own course on efforts to control the coronavirus.
Gov. Kay Ivey offered to have state officials meet with lawyers for a maimed survivor of an infamous racist attack in Birmingham to discuss restitution for an “egregious injustice.”
Sarah Collins Rudolph lost her right eye at age 12 when a bomb went off at the 16th Street Baptist Church and killed four Black girls, including her sister.
The state is betting its robust student testing and technology program will be enough to hinder campus outbreaks of the virus.
A report released by the Justice Department found that corrections officers frequently used excessive force and violated prisoners’ constitutional rights.
Pastors who ignore coronavirus restrictions grab headlines. But most are being very careful about worship during the pandemic.