At the NOLA City Council meeting with a focus on short term rentals, a surprising moment occurred when former congressional candidate Belden Batiste spoke.
New Orleans will waive any late fees on property tax bills for federal workers furloughed by the ongoing government shutdown.
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 […]
In his second address, Trump brought some new offers to the table in order to get the $5.7 billion that he is requesting for his border wall.
The much-advertised gun buyback Mayor LaToya Cantrell scheduled for today is already over.
On Thursday night, the Orleans Parish School Board surprised many by voting unanimously to leave John A. Brown in the position of board president.
On Thursday, the IWO joined others in expressing concerns over Leslie Ellison’s potential to become president of the Orleans Parish School Board.
After remaining silent for nearly a day following Pelosi’s suggestion that he postpone the State of the Union address, Trump hit back today.
Friday, January 18th will be “Black and Gold Day” in the city of New Orleans. All residents are encouraged to wear their black and gold Saints attire to show support for the team as they prepare to take on the Rams this Sunday in the NFL Playoffs. Mayor LaToya Cantrell made the declaration on Facebook […]
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