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WASHINGTON — Alabama Rep. Terri Sewell will serve as vice chair of a new Democratic “watchdog” panel set up to counter President Donald Trump’s new election fraud commission.
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What do talk radio host Matt Murphy and the youngest participant in the Selma to Montgomery march have in common? They'll both at President Barack Obama's final State of the Union address Tuesday night, as separate guests of members of Alabama's congressional delegation.
Alabama's congressional delegation shouted "Roll Tide!" on the floor of the House of Representatives on Tuesday to celebrate the Crimson Tide's 16th national championship Monday night against the Clemson Tigers. The title is the fourth in seven years under head coach Nick Saban.
As the University of Alabama and Clemson University vie for the NCAA College Football National Championship, Reps. Terri A. Sewell, D-Ala., and Jeff Duncan, R-S.C., are waging some Southern barbecue and bragging rights on Monday’s contest.
Perhaps Monday night’s national championship game between Clemson and Alabama should be dubbed the “Barbeque Bowl.”
South Carolina Congressman Jeff Duncan (R-SC-03) and Alabama Congresswoman Terri Sewell (D-AL-07) have made a friendly wager on who will win the game, with barbeque and bragging rights at stake.
A national championship and bragging rights won't be the only things on the line when Alabama goes for its 16th title against undefeated Clemson in the College Football Playoff National Championship on Monday.
If you’ve been frustrated that the credit-scoring system has prevented you from getting a home mortgage, 2016 could be a watershed year. Important changes are in the works.
Governor Robert Bentley, along with Mayor William Bell and Representative Terri Sewell, toured areas of Birmingham Sunday afternoon that suffered damage from a tornado that struck on Christmas Day.