President Trump announced on Twitter Thursday afternoon that his Secretary of Defense, General James Mattis will be leaving the White House at the end of February. “General Jim Mattis will be retiring, with distinction, at the end of February after having served my Administration as Secretary of Defense for the past two years,” Trump tweeted. […]
Governor John Bel Edwards called the lawsuit and Landry’s participation in it, “short-sighted,” noting that he intends to, “vigorously pursue legislation to protect individuals with pre-existing conditions from losing their health insurance.”
Panelists included OPSB superintendent Henderson Lewis, President of Louisiana Federation for Children Ann Davis Duplessis, and parent advocate Ashanna Bigard.
The National Rifle Association (NRA) reported a $55 million drop in revenue in 2017, according to tax records.
According to two reports released by the Senate Intelligence Committee, Russian interference in U.S. elections was both more far-reaching than originally thought and continues today.
Louisiana House Republican leaders say that they’re taking a conservative financial stance by refusing to change the state’s income forecast. But what they may accomplish is ruining Governor John Bel Edward’s plan to include a pay raise for public teachers in next year’s budget proposal.
At a town hall in Lafayette on Thursday, former Congressman Charles Boustany outlined just how much the tariffs put in place by the Trump administration are costing Louisiana.
Virginia Byron, MD, a resident at Tulane Medical Center, has spent the last few months educating the Medical professional community about Gordon Plaza, where over 50 households still live on the site of an abandoned landfill.
A new liquid natural gas (LNG) terminal and pipeline is planned for Plaquemines Parish, just south of New Orleans
In spite of threats from Donald Trump to veto the measure, the Senate passed a resolution to withdraw U.S. support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen on Thursday.
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