Steve Scalise Released From ICU; Stays In “Fair Condition” At Washington, D.C. Hospital
ABC News is reporting Congressman Steve Scalise is no longer in ICU as his condition continues to improve.
Steve Scalise’s Condition Upgraded; FBI Says Gunman Acted Alone In Shooting Of Congressman
Fox News reports Steve Scalise's condition has been upgraded to "FAIR."
Anti-Trump Groups Stick To Resist Tactics Despite Shooting
Several conservatives questioned whether aggressive opposition to all things Trump had created a dangerous climate.
About 4,000 More US Troops Heading To Afghanistan
The war in Afghanistan has now has now passed to a third U.S. commander in chief.
Trump Sits By Wounded Scalise’s Bedside
The president and first lady Melania Trump spent about half an hour at MedStar Washington Hospital Center Wednesday night.
House Spurns GOP Leaders In Crafting $28 Billion-Plus Budget
Despite the opposition from House leadership, state representatives pass the $29-billion budget.
Judge Weighing If Black Lives Matter Can Be Sued After BR Protest
Here's the latest on a Louisiana police officer's lawsuit against Black Lives Matter and one activist in particular.
Gov’t Official: Suspect In Shooting Of Steve Scalise Identified As Illinois Man
A government official says the suspect in the Virginia shooting that injured Rep. Steve Scalise and several others has been identified as an Illinois man named James T. Hodgkinson.
Louisiana Governor Names Permanent State Police Leader
Gov. John Bel Edwards' choice to be the permanent leader of the Louisiana State Police is the same 27-year veteran of the department who was named interim superintendent in March.
Another US Appeals Court Keeps Trump’s Travel Ban Blocked
Another federal appeals court has upheld a decision blocking President Donald Trump's revised travel ban.
Court To Get Update On Reform Efforts And New Orleans Jail
Continuing problems at the New Orleans jail — including three suicides in less than two years — are up for discussion before a federal judge.
Does Majority Black School, Open To All, Uphold Segregation?
A federal appeals court is set to hear arguments on whether the opening of a charter school in rural Louisiana violated a decades-old desegregation order.