Job prospects after high school and even college can feel low, but is there anything being done about it? Mayor Cantrell’s office announced on Tuesday that the city received a grant of $150,000 to tackle these concerns with new youth employment programs to be developed over the next 18 months. Chief Administrative Officer Gilbert Montaño […]
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is denying veterans their home loan benefit if they work in the cannabis industry.
Intelligence officials are hesitant to brief President Trump on cybersecurity operations against Russian defenses, fearing he’ll inform Russian officials.
According to a recent report released by the International Monetary Fund, the United States spends around $649 billion on subsidies to the fossil fuel industry.
The pro-birth group Louisiana Right To Life published an article on their website this week calling for Louisiana “foodies” to begin calling and harassing New Orleans restaurants who choose to support a woman’s rights. On Saturday, June 22, more than 50 New Orleans-area restaurants are scheduled to participate in Just Cause – A Boozy Bake […]
Would you rather pay someone $11 an hour or $3-$4 an hour, or better yet, nearly nothing at all?
In court, you are innocent until proven guilty. However, this doesn’t necessarily mean no jail time.
With State Congresswoman Stephanie Hilferty’s district 94 seat coming up this year, candidates are racing to reach voters every which way they can.
A plan to install lead and antimicrobial filters at Orleans Parish public schools has hit a snag. It turns out that the antimicrobial filters require much higher water pressure than the Sewerage and Water Board (SWB) provides. According to a report by The Lens, the filters being installed at the schools would require a booster […]
The expansion of immigrant detention to the WINN facility could allow ICE to hold more than 7,000 immigrants at a time in Louisiana – only Texas has more.
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