Mike Finnegan


Roy Moore to run for U.S. Senate

Following his second suspension from his position as Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice, Roy Moore announced yesterday that he has formally resigned from his position as Chief Justice and will be running for a seat in the U.S. Senate.

Trump announces tax plan

As the nation nears President Trump's 100th day in office, the White House has begun to announce a new tax plan with fairly significant cuts.

French presidential election heads to run-off

The United States is no longer alone in having experienced a raucous election cycle over the past year as France moves into a run-off presidential election to take place on May 7.

March for Science occurs worldwide

In the spirit of this weekend's March for Science in Washington, D.C., over 600 satellites marches in cities such as London, Sydney, Berlin and even Birmingham, Alabama, took place to advance the same cause.

U.K. to hold snap election

Following are eventful year of British politics, the U.K. government will hold an early, "snap", general election on June 8 of this year, following a little over a year after the  decision to leave the European Union in what has been dubbed a Brexit.

Roy Moore's suspension finalized

Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore's court proceedings finally came to a close with the Alabama Supreme Court ruling yesterday ruling in favor of Moore's original suspension from chief justice.