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April 30, 2011
Donations overwhelm emergency crews.

April 29, 2011
Tornadoes put brakes on Mercedes, other Southern automakers.

April 28, 2011
Tuscaloosa tornado footage. State death toll tops 130. Storm carves scar through west Alabama. More footage of F5 tornado in Tuscaloosa. Before and after shots of Tuscaloosa tornado path (scroll over photos). Tales of tragedy and survival. Aerial view of damage. A howling black pillar bore down. Chasing a tornado. Mourning in Alabama. With these eyes.

State senators move to repeal pay raise.

Steve Flowers: This ain't your daddy's Legislature.

Supreme Court says arbitration clauses can bar class action efforts.

Montgomery Advertiser to Birthers: Let it go. Birthers remain unconvinced of Obama citizenship.

Alabama Voices: PACT plan or Ponzi scheme?

April 27, 2011
The Political Round-Up: Judge marshals forces in face of possible challenge.

Legislative summary.

Obama urges repeal of tax breaks for oil companies.

Opelika-Auburn News: State workers feel Legislature's lash.

Legislature light on distaff side.

April 26, 2011
The Political Round-Up: Talking Nodine; Driven to distraction.

Dothan Eagle: Auburn's toxic trustee.

See-Saw: Gas prices soar, Obama approval sags.

Viagra as a weapon of war in Libya.

States face $1.26 trillion shortfall in funds to pay retiree benefits.

Gadsden Times: Sun setting for remaining bingo defendants.

April 25, 2011
The Political Round-Up: Driven to distraction.

Obama the Vega of presidents. So There. By Emmett
Burnett.

Opelika Auburn News: Bentley backing Lowder equals epic fail. Ex-AU alumni head dismayed.

Anniston Star: Bentley blew it with Lowder reappointment to AU board.

April 24, 2011
Sewers, swaps and Spencer Bachus.

Bentley employs tried & true method to exceed salary cap for top staff.

April 23, 2011
Court system not only area affected by budget slashing.

April 22, 2011
The Political Round-Up: Lawyers, guns and money;
Keahey an exception?; Bourne to run or judge not lest ...; Cambodian New Year.

The Smoking Gun: Sealed records exposed In major court gaffe; federal prosecutors in Alabama scramble to cloak details of ongoing probes.

States new GOP majorities, governors make mark on wide range of issues.

Poll finds lack of passion for GOP candidates.

Paul Ryan's budget draws boos, highlights risk to GOP.

Impact great on congressional redistricting with blacks' migration to suburbs.

Anniston Star: Bad bill comes up again.

Florence Times Daily: Republicans just love to hate Alabama Education Association Executive Secretary Paul Hubbert.

April 21, 2011
Defense system can be salvaged. By Blanchard L. McLeod, Jr., Selma lawyer.

Beyond the Oil Spill: Tragedy of an Ailing Gulf.

Tuscaloosa News: Gulf Coast still devastated one year later.

Legislative summary.

Education leaders back tenure bill.

State needs more money.

Proposed bills would replace RSA boards.

Juvenile killers in jail for life seek reprieve.

April 20, 2011
'The Social Compact' -- Obama is uniquely ill-suited to defend it.

April 19, 2011
Students need alternative to college.

Oil rolls in, tourists roll out.

Despite economic anxiety, poll has Obama edging GOP foes in 2012.

Bay of Pigs: Alabama pilots, disavowed by U.S., finally get recognition.

Marsh plan would reform Alabama constitution by 2014. Florence Times Daily: Not so fast, rewrite the rewrite.

State Sen. Hank Sanders: 'It's a crying shame.'

April 18, 2011
Wall Street Journal: WSJ's Joseph Rago Wins Pulitzer Prize. Editorial writer's ObamaCare critique captures 2011 award.

April 17, 2011
State finances dim and dawn not near.

April 16, 2011
Gulf Oil Spill: One year later.

A look at legislators' actions on pay raise.

Gadsden Times: Alabama must get in the game on incentives.

April 14, 2011
Legislative summary.

Montgomery's pure hypocrisy.

Wall Street Journal: Campaigner-in-Chief's toxic speech dishonest even by political standards.

April 13, 2011
The Political Round-Up: What's up, Doc?

Paul Ryan and His Critics: Dissecting liberal assault on House Republican budget.

Steve Flowers: State facing steepest financial abyss since the Great Depression.

Legislative summary.

Illegal immigrants burden health care, school systems.

Soaring gas prices jeopardize economic recovery.

State crime lab lost to budget cuts.

Fun & Games: Ask Ed.

April 12, 2011
Dothan Eagle: Is Legislature finessing pay raise until voters forget about it?

April 11, 2011
BP money spurs coast spending spree.

Huntsville becomes contracting hot spot for local firms.

Tea Party Win: Obama opposes spending cuts right up to moment he calls them historic.

Mobile is the fastest-growing giant industry in the economic history of mankind, and it's barely begun.

The dark side of gadgets.

America condemned to repeat the past?

April 10, 2011
Prosecution rests, but wronged defendant can't.

Magna cum laude illegal alien may lose Wall Street job if deported.

April 9, 2011
Rolling Stone: Birmingham/Jefferson County screwed by Wall Street.

What's college really worth?

Capitol Hill budget battle about political power, not money.

April 8, 2011
Legislative summary.

New York Times' Paul Krugman: GOP proposals ludicrous, cruel.

April 7, 2011
Local man is first patient to receive stem cell therapy.

Wal-Mart vs. Women.

April 6, 2011
The Political Round-Up: Pork & Politics in the Park; Closing those loopholes.

Sanford Bishop, Erskine Bowles say shared sacrifice needed to reduce deficit.

Balls, you say: Legislator wants pedophiles castrated.

Steve Flowers: Bentley safe bet to win second term.

The Ryan Resolution: The most serious attempt to reform government in a generation. Who's hurt by Ryan's proposal?

April 5, 2011
Teachers, legislators face off on pay, tenure changes.

Lee Farkas bats lead-off as Colonial Bank trial action gets underway.

To cut the deficit, look to Social Security.

Magistrate recommends denial of several bingo motions.

Gadsden Times: When it comes to school year start, one size doesn't fit all.

April 4, 2011
Pleading 'temporary insanity,' former Mobile County Democratic Party chairman seeks new home with GOP.

State agencies brace for budget cuts.

U.S. Muslim myths.

April 3, 2011
Legislators to tackle budget this week.

On legislative pay hike, will GOP walk match its talk?

Portugal aspires to be Europe's Florida, not Alabama.

Transportation needs, tough times and toll roads.

New York Times' Maureen Dowd: Republicans hate social engineering unless they are doing it.

Budget battle just a prelude to even bigger fight?

April 2, 2011
'The Tyrannies Are Doomed': The West's leading scholar of the Middle East, Bernard Lewis, sees cause for optimism in the limited-government traditions of Arab and Muslim culture. But he says the U.S. should not push for quick, Western-style elections.

Unemployment dips to 8.8 percent in March, signaling stronger economic growth.

April 1, 2011
The Political Round-Up: Who's mulling a challenge to incumbent Probate Judge Don Davis?; GOP to meet;
Old dogs, new tricks; Equal neglect?; Chapman on runoff; New legislative alliance.

Chief Justice Cobb speaks of deficiencies in state prison system.

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