Wives who earn more than their husbands up 18 percent since 1987.
June 23, 2005
Unmasking "Deep Throat:": FBI memos detail Mark Felt's involvement in efforts to identify himself as leaker of Watergate information to Washington Post reporters.
Journalists' group disappointed in federal appeals court ruling equating college journalists with high schoolers.
Nonprofit panel recommends actions to strengthen transparency and accountability among charities.
June 22, 2005
U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby applauds EADS' choice of Mobile as the location for its KC-330 advanced tanker production facility.
The winner of EADS North America's competition to select a U.S. industrial site to support the KC-330 advanced tanker program will be announced Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. in Washington D.C. with a follow-up announcement in the winner's hometown later in the afternoon. And the winner is ...Mobile's Brookley Field.
Firefighters endorse Bess Rich for mayor of Mobile.
Bipartisan group of senators say improved communications among first responders is key to better homeland security.
Robot assistant allows nurses to focus on patient care during surgery.
June 21, 2005
The unusual 'super majority' mechanism requiring a five-vote majority for action by the seven-member Mobile City Council is nearing its 20th birthday. Is it a cause for celebration or derision? Here's what
Sam Jones, Ann Bedsole, Bess Rich, John Peavy, Irmatean Watson, Jane Q. Baxter (Conkin), Charles Chapman and Stephen Nodine had to say.
Billboard revenues hit $1.4 billion in first quarter.
Does state Sen. Vivian Figures, D-Mobile, who represents more black Mobilians than any other locally-elected official, supportAnn Bedsole, a white Republican, or Sam Jones, a black Democrat, in this summer's city elections? GOP loyalist Jerry Lathan surprised some of his fellow Republicans with his mayoral endorsement, given his disdain for RINOs (Republicans In Name Only).
Lower-than-expected mortgage interest rates will push home sales to a fifth consecutive record in 2005, according to the latest forecast by the National Association of Realtors®.
Bill to extend Violence Against Women Act includes housing for battered women.
June 8, 2005
Strong demand fuels first quarter passenger growth for cruise lines.
Group says Bill Pryorbad for people who believe in God; bad for humans of all kinds, but especially women; bad for blind, lame and infirm people; bad for people who spend money; bad for people who earn money; bad for people who drink water or breath air.
Rules for claiming home office tax deductions too difficult to utilize.
Local restaurateur Mead Millerto run for Mobile City Council from District 7.
June 7, 2005
The blind will lead the blind and the sighted as well later this summer when "Super Blind" himself heads a party of 20, including state Rep. Jamie Ison, R-Mobile, to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa.