In his State of the NFL address, Roger Goodell finally spoke on the no-call that many feel cost the Saints the NFC Championship and a trip to the Super Bowl.
According to the suit, Graham not only failed to act but helped to cover up horrific abuses suffered by C.T. Sullivan at the hands of his paraprofessional.
According to Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo, several police officers have been shot while serving a narcotics warrant. We have had several officers shot please pray for officers on the way to the scene now more information to follow. — Chief Art Acevedo (@ArtAcevedo) January 28, 2019 Houston Police Union President Joe Gamaldi confirmed five officers […]
On Friday, President Donald Trump announced that he and congressional leaders made a deal to fund and open the government for three weeks, bring the country’s longest government shutdown on record to an end. The continuing resolution proposed by lawmakers will reopen nine unfunded U.S. Government departments just as around 800,000 federal workers missed their […]
In the photos, Ertel is in blackface and drag, wearing a New Orleans Saints bandanna and a purple t-shirt proclaiming “Katrina Victim”.
The Republican-controlled Senate failed to pass President Trump’s “compromise” proposal in a vote on Thursday.
New Orleans will waive any late fees on property tax bills for federal workers furloughed by the ongoing government shutdown.
Shane Ferguson, son of newly appointed NOPD Superintendent Shaun Ferguson was arrested on charges of domestic abuse battery.
According to Wikipedia, the job of the press secretary is to, “interact with the media, and deal with the White House press corps on a daily basis, generally in a press briefing.” On Tuesday, President Donald Trump admitted to telling his press secretary “not to bother” with all that. “The reason Sarah Sanders does not […]
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court voted 5-4 to grant a request from the Trump administration to allow it to temporarily enforce restrictions on transgender people serving in the United States military, though they did not agree to review the legality of the new policy. Justices Ruther Bader Ginsburg, Stephen G. Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor, and Elena Kagan […]
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