The withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria isn’t happening as quickly as President Donald Trump had originally planned.
Louisiana will receive nearly $8 million from a preschool development grant to improve early childhood education.
Considered essential to national security, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officers are expected to work without pay through the partial government shutdown. However, hundreds of TSA agents are currently staging what appears to be an impromptu protest, calling in sick rather than reporting in to work without pay. Hydrick Thomas, president of the national TSA employee […]
As of Jan 1, 2019, 65% of red light traffic cameras located outside of school zones have been deactivated. Mayor LaToya Cantrell announced that 20 out of 31 red light traffic cameras will no longer ticket motorists. These school zone cameras are a part of Cantrell’s restructuring plan: school zone cameras will operate only during […]
A Singaporean company is suing the Port of New Orleans, saying hazards present at the Port that led to an oil spill in April of 2018.
According to Attorney General Jeff Landry, state public records requests can only be filled for Louisiana residents.
On Thursday, minimum wage increases took effect in twenty states across the nation, while in Louisiana the minimum wage remained at $7.25. This year, Governor John Bel Edwards wants to try once again to change that. “A modest but meaningful increase to $8.50 over a couple of years would be the right thing to do,” […]
On a day when the historic 116th Congress – made up with over 100 new female representatives – took to work, Nancy Pelosi regained the gavel for the second time as Speaker of the House. Pelosi was re-elected with 220 votes, while 12 Democrats voted for other candidates like Stacey Abrams and John Lewis. The […]
New Orleans ended 2018 with only 145 murders, the lowest in almost half a century.
On Monday, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) released a video confirming that she is running for President in 2020.
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