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Calling Jeff Sessions “racist” conveniently ignores the work he’s done for Alabama’s black community


Lowndes Co. Chief Deputy Goes on Trial for Assault


Senator Sessions: Friend of Underprivileged Minorities


Selma to Montgomery trail leads to Alabama


AL 3-war veteran reflects on witnessing Pearl Harbor attack


Despite recent rains


WATCH: Alabama veteran shares first-hand experience from Pearl Harbor


Ardmore man killed in Lowndes County crash


Japanese PM to visit Pearl Harbor


Salon Writer Defends Jeff Sessions'' Civil Rights Record

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Obama Orders Review of US Election Hacking

President Barack Obama has ordered the intelligence community to conduct a "full review" of "hacking-related activity aimed at disrupting the 2016 U.S. presidential election."

The announcement comes as pressure is mounting from Democratic and Republican members of Congress who are calling for a thorough and public investigation into Russian interference in the election.

Eric Schultz, White House Principal deputy press secretary, told reporters Friday there has been a pattern of "malicious" cyber activity timed to coincide with U.




Foods That Can Burn Fat Fast

Exercising is not the only way that you can burn fat. There are many foods that will help you burn fat fast.

Oatmeal

A drop in your blood sugar can cause you to crave unhealthy snacks. Oatmeal is rich in fiber, which helps stabilize blood sugar. Furthermore, fiber helps boost your metabolism.

Navy Beans

Navy beans have resistant starch.




10 Healthy Gifts For Less Than $50

Holiday gifts can be healthy, and healthy gifts don't have to break your budget. Here are ten inexpensive gifts that will please a wellness-conscious recipient.

1. A windowsill garden of potted herbs is attractive, good to eat, fragrant, and easy to maintain. Parsley, basil, oregano, and other small herbs can grow in a small space. They'll provide sprigs all winter for fresh flavors, vitamins, and minerals. For best results, be sure the recipient has adequate room with at least six hours of sun a day.




What's the Difference Between Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease?

For many the terms dementia and Alzheimer's Disease are the same. Each one can make it difficult to communicate with a loved one. However, dementia and Alzheimer's are two entirely different diagnoses. There are many differences and, if you are concerned about a friend or relative, you will want to know what they are.

What is Dementia?
Dementia is not a disease. It is a syndrome. In other words, it is a health condition that causes a group of symptoms.




Trump Campaign Spent Less Than Clinton

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump put $66 million of his own money into the presidential campaign, according to disclosures filed Thursday night.

Federal Election Commission reports say that in the final days of the campaign, Trump spent $94 million dollars, while his opponent, Hillary Clinton - who had a larger campaign fund than Trump - spent $132 million in the last days of the race to the Oval Office.

Still, the brash billionaire beat out the former secretary of state in a stunning political upset, that many, including the media, did not see coming.




Grim Tally Soars: More Than 50,000 Overdose Deaths in US

More than 50,000 Americans died from drug overdoses last year, the most ever.

The disastrous tally has been pushed to new heights by soaring abuse of heroin and prescription painkillers, a class of drugs known as opioids.

Heroin deaths rose 23 percent in one year, to 12,989, slightly higher than the number of gun homicides, according to government data released Thursday.

Deaths from synthetic opioids, including illicit fentanyl, rose 73 percent to 9,580.




Trump Criticizes Carrier Union Leader

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump went on Twitter Wednesday to criticize the head of the local union that represents workers at the Carrier plant in Indiana where Trump recently touted a deal to keep jobs there from moving to Mexico.

Trump boasted that after negotiations, Carrier had agreed to keep 1,100 jobs in Indiana. He has celebrated the deal, which came with $7 million in tax breaks, while reiterating his campaign pledge to impose 35 percent tariffs on companies that move jobs out of the country.





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