According to Representative Adam Schiff, the Director of National Intelligence has told the Intel Committee that he was instructed not to turn over a whistleblower’s complaint by a “higher authority.” As Seth Abramson, a columnist from Newsweek, noted the only direct superior to the the Director of National Intelligence is the President of the United […]
One day after announcing that he is taking a leave of absence from his job at WWL Radio, “The Last Lap” host Seth Dunlap had some words of encouragement to those in the LGBTQ+ community, as part of an official statement issued through his attorney, Megan Keifer. Dunlap’s leave of absence and statement come as […]
Thursday, September 12, 2019 – Republican Texas State Representative Briscoe Cain posted a thinly-veiled threat to Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke via Twitter on Thursday. The threat came after O’Rourke’s social media team posted, “Hell yes, we’re gonna take your AR-15,” to his official Twitter account, just after the candidate uttered the phrase during the […]
Seth Dunlap, host of WWL Radio’s “The Last Lap” announced that he is taking an immediate leave of absence from his shows at the station.
An internal memo sent by Entercom to WWL Radio employees states that a homophobic tweet sent from the WWL Twitter account “does not reflect WWL or the company’s values or standards of decency.”
On Tuesday, September 10th the WWL Radio Twitter account posted a homophobic slur in response to Seth Dunlap, host of WWL Radio’s “The Last Lap.”
On Monday, September 9, members and supporters of the New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice (NOWCRJ) blocked traffic during a protest on Poydras Street in an attempt to plead for the compassionate parole of Yoel Alonso Leal.
This afternoon, New Orleans Saints star quarterback Drew Brees posted a video on Instagram addressing the recent controversy surrounding a promotional video that he filmed for Bring Your Bible to School Day.
On September 2, the City of New Orleans deployed 19 public safety personnel to Florida to help preparations ahead of Hurricane Dorian.
Gary Landrieu, an independent running for Governor and cousin of former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu and former Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu, received pushback after dropping the n-word on WGSO 990, a talk radio show. He explained that because his family members were sympathetic to African Americans, he used to be picked on and called […]
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