When a President chooses not to call out a self-admitted domestic terrorist within the U.S. military, it raises concerns.
Attention new and expectant parents – Walmart is having a sale just for you. The company’s Baby Savings Days are already in full swing online, but on February 23, they will be offering in-store deals from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Virtually every baby product has been marked down with savings up to 30 percent. […]
The Montgomery-Grace mansion in the Garden District, also known as The Rex House caught fire this morning. The blaze reached 7-alarm status due to the number of departments reporting to bring the fire under control. Each year, the Rex royalty stops in front of the historic home to toast past and present kings. We offer condolences […]
As President, Donald Trump took an oath to defend the Constitution. But he can’t seem to get on board with the First Amendment.
In honor of Black History Month, we’ve compiled quotes that address issues that are still relevant to today’s world, particularly in New Orleans.
Up until last week, the Green New Deal has been a pretty nebulous concept; one that everyone could hold up as an ideal without really committing too much.
If you notice a dark plume of exhaust coming from the Carrollton Water Plant today, don’t panic. It’s just a test. In a press release, the Sewerage and Water Board of New Orleans (SWB) announced that the exhaust will be released during a test run of Turbine 5 to see if it can run on […]
Amy Schumer is definitely a Mardi Gras fan. On Monday, Schumer shared two clips of herself dancing along a group of people during a Mardi Gras practice in Audubon Park. “Sometimes in New Orleans you have to join the practice,” Schumer posted. View this post on Instagram Sometimes in New Orleans you have to join […]
In an email to his supporters on Tuesday, Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) officially announced that he will run for president again in 2020. “I am writing to let you know I have decided to run for president of the United States,” Sanders wrote. “I am asking you to join me today as part of an […]
The editor of a small-town newspaper in Alabama thinks the Ku Klux Klan should “night ride again” to Washington DC.
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