After a prayer, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance, Star-Spangled Banner, several points of business (including a good-bye sendoff to the superintendent), and a congratulatory regarding charter schools, the City Council began the process of deliberating the latest rules concerning short-term rentals (STRs). For several years, short-term rentals have been the Wild West of […]
Hawaii’s Democratic Representative Tulsi Gabbard announced on Friday that she has decided to run for President in 2020.
As the days turn to weeks, this shutdown has those who depend on their income from government sources sweating with anxiety and anger.
Illegal dumping is a well-known problem in New Orleans. Throughout the city, vacant lots in Algiers, the Lower Ninth Ward, and New Orleans East have become hot spots of illegal dumping. Burned out cars, tires, construction debris, trash, and other litter take over the empty lots and tumbles into the streets, creating eyesores. Mayor LaToya […]
On Wednesday, Governor John Bel Edwards joined other governors across the country in announcing January 2019 as Human Trafficking Prevention Month. “We have to do more to end the heinous crime if sex trafficking,” Edwards said. In his speech, Edwards identified human trafficking as the country’s 2nd largest, and fastest growing, criminal industry. According to […]
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will leave the Justice Department if the President’s nominee for attorney general, William Barr, is confirmed.
On Tuesday night, Donald Trump addressed the nation to make his case for funding the infamous border wall.
Special counsel Robert Mueller accused Donald Trump’s former campaign manager of sharing polling data from the 2016 presidential campaign with a Russian spy.
New Orleans police superintendent Michael Harrison has been picked to become Baltimore’s new police commissioner.
The withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria isn’t happening as quickly as President Donald Trump had originally planned.
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