STUDY: Satellites Show No Acceleration In Global Warming For 23 Years

Energy | Michael Bastasch
Former Vice President Al Gore speaks at the Center for American Progress

‘An exaggerated warming trend’

Watch Nick Saban Rant About People Who Purposely Buy Worn Out Jeans

Editorial | David Hookstead
(Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)

It’s hilarious

Alabama Fan Shooting Auburn Fan Is Classic College Football Fandom

Editorial | David Hookstead
Nick Saban (Credit: Getty Images/Kevin C. Cox)

It’s a crazy level of commitment

Alabama Fan Puts Cigarette In Face Of Cop, Gets Dragged Out

Sports | David Hookstead

Not a smart decision

Nobody Is Happier About Georgia Being Ranked Number One Than Nick Saban

Editorial | David Hookstead
(Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

It’s all going along with the plan

College Instructor Says Right-Wing Terrorism More Threatening Than Islamic Terrorism

Education | Rob Shimshock
An Iraqi special forces soldier shoots dead a would-be Islamic State suicide bomber in Mosul, Iraq, March 3, 2017. Goran Tomasevic: "I was accompanying an Iraqi counter-terrorism military unit into a district of western Mosul held by Islamic State. I had spent some time "embedded" with the counter-terrorism force so they allowed me to follow their advance. We were moving on foot through side streets, with soldiers searching house-to-house to clear the way. Turning a corner into a more exposed main street, we suddenly came under heavy fire from IS, which forced us to race inside a nearby house for cover. In so doing, a soldier near me was fatally shot in the back, while once inside the house another was shot in the head by a sniper as I was speaking with him. We were in a dangerous situation, pinned down by IS fire, though the militants were kept back for the time being by air strikes called in by the unit commander, plus intensified mortar fire from our side. Hours passed by and daylight faded to night. Suddenly soldiers near me began shouting, shooting broke out and I saw one soldier shooting a would-be IS suicide bomber trying to approach the house door. I took the picture seconds later standing just behind the shooter in silhouette, with the suicide bomber visible through a shell hole in the house wall, dead on the ground in a spreading pool of blood. It was pretty heavy stuff, extremely close-range war fighting. But I have covered the front lines of many wars so I just stay calm in these tough spots and think only how I can shoot the best pictures while seizing the right moment to pull back out of harm's way. This time, we had to wait until just after dawn the next day to retreat, darting from one street corner to the next to reach safety back behind the front lines." REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic/File photo.

‘Representative media coverage’

Alabama Star Gets Shot One Week Before Season Opener Against FSU

Sports | David Hookstead
Nick Saban (Credit: Getty Images/Kevin C. Cox)

This is not good…

Nick Saban Doesn't Have One Second To Think About The Solar Eclipse

Sports | David Hookstead
Nick Saban (Credit: Getty Images/Kevin C. Cox)

He made it crystal clear

New Satellite Data Still Shows Less Global Warming Than Climate Models

Energy | Michael Bastasch
Former Vice President Al Gore speaks at the Center for American Progress

‘Note these trends are still well below the average climate model trend’

Lane Kiffin Thinks Some Of His Alabama Players Were Pretty 'Dumb'

Sports | David Hookstead
Offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin of the Alabama Crimson Tide looks on prior to the 2016 College Football Playoff National Championship Game against the Clemson Tigers at University of Phoenix Stadium on January 11, 2016 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

It’s a bold statement