The resumption of soybean sales to China is encouraging to American farmers who've seen the value of their crop plummet amid a trade war with the world's second-largest economy.
A federal judge says out-of-state voters can intervene in Alabama's lawsuit trying to exclude people living in the country illegally from being counted in the 2020 U.S. Census.
Prosecutors say a man who killed a couple next door, believing they were responsible for breaking into his home, has been found guilty by an Alabama jury.
Three states resumed executions of death row inmates in 2018 after long breaks, but nationwide, executions remained near historic lows. That's according to an annual report on the death penalty released Friday.
The federal government says U.S. commercial fishing generated more than $144 billion in sales in 2016, a total about in line with trends of recent years.
An 89-year-old Alabama woman is free after spending what she describes as her first night in jail for failing to clean up her small-town appliance store.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall says he is taking over the investigation into the police killing of a black man inside the state's largest shopping mall on Thanksgiving night.
Democratic Sen. Doug Jones says President Donald Trump's talk of tariffs is sparking questions and anxiety back home in Alabama, including from soybean farmers who are "scared to death."
A federal judge is considering whether to hold Alabama prisons in contempt of court for failing to provide inmates with adequate mental health care.
Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions is praising what he calls President Donald Trump policy accomplishments while adding that he doesn't "follow tweets as closely" as he used to.
Protesters demonstrating against the fatal police shooting of a black man at Alabama's largest shopping mall are trying to expand an economic boycott over the killing.
Authorities have arrested a 14-year-old following what they describe as a threatening social media post that hurt attendance at an Alabama middle school.
Three people have been arrested in the continuing protests over the fatal police shooting of a black man inside Alabama's largest shopping mall on Thanksgiving night.
A hearing has been set for an Alabama man seeking a new trial over his death sentence for kidnapping and killing an Auburn University student.