Pat Duggins

Alabama Public Radio

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Pat Duggins is news director at Alabama Public Radio. He is also the author of Final Countdown: NASA and the End of the Space Shuttle Program.

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The GOP controls the White House and both Houses of Congress, but that's not stopping former Trump aide Steve Bannon from fomenting a revolution.

Can Bannon topple the GOP ruling class?

The GOP controls the White House and both Houses of Congress, but that's not stopping former Trump aide Steve Bannon from fomenting a revolution.

from To the Point

(L-R) Luther Strange and Roy Moore 
 Republicans in Alabama are focused on the US Senate primary for a nominee to replace Jeff Sessions, who was appointed Attorney General by…

This Alabama Runoff Couldn't Get Any Moore Strange

(L-R) Luther Strange and Roy Moore Republicans in Alabama are focused on the US Senate primary for a nominee to replace Jeff Sessions, who was appointed Attorney General by…

from To the Point

When a federal court overturned Alabama's ban on same-sex marriage, the state appealed to the US Supreme Court.

Same Sex Marriage Proceeds in Alabama

When a federal court overturned Alabama's ban on same-sex marriage, the state appealed to the US Supreme Court.

from To the Point

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from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

On Sunday, Nov. 8, about 200 Trump supporters lined up on Santa Monica Blvd., protesting that the Democratic party stole the presidential election from Donald Trump.

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This morning, Jackie Lacey conceded to former George Gascón in the race for Los Angeles County’s next district attorney.

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Thomas Frank examines the history of American populism, and how it was distorted by Democrats and co-opted by Republicans.

from Scheer Intelligence

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