New Orleans Police Reform Hearing Put on Hold by Appeals Court
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A federal judge's order that New Orleans police officials show up for a hearing on a decade-old police reform plan is on hold after a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that the judge should try to work out differences with city officials who had argued that the hearing would be a waste of time and resources. U...
Former President Donald Trump Is Indicted
Donald Trump has been indicted by a Manhattan grand jury, making him the first former U.S. president to face a criminal charge.
Sexual Assaults in Military Up By More than 13%
A new report shows a problem in the military.
4 Dead in Mall Shooting in Indiana
Three people were fatally shot and two were injured Sunday evening at an Indiana mall.
Louisiana High Court Leaves Abortion Bans on Hold
The Louisiana Supreme Court rejected the state attorney general’s request to allow immediate enforcement of state laws against most abortions.
Why Are Gas Prices Still Climbing?
There is little evidence that gasoline prices, which hit a record $5 a gallon on Saturday, will drop anytime soon.
Louisiana Governor Will Testify in Ronald Greene Death Probe
Gov. John Bel Edwards agreed on Wednesday to a request from Louisiana lawmakers that he and his top attorneys testify before a bipartisan committee investigating allegations of a cover-up in the deadly 2019 arrest of Black motorist Ronald Greene.
Police Say 6 Dead, 10 Wounded in Sacramento Shooting
Police in California are searching for at least one suspect in connection with a mass shooting early Sunday that claimed six lives and left 10 other people injured.
Social Security Benefits Going Up by Largest Amount in Decades
Cost of living increases in Social Security going up by nearly 6%.
Police Respond to Possible Explosive Device in Truck U.S. Capitol
Police were investigating a report Thursday of a possible explosive device in a pickup truck outside the Library of Congress on Capitol Hill
Food Crisis Is Now Happening in Afghanistan
U.N. food agency in Afghanistan says a humanitarian crisis is unfolding with 14 million people facing severe hunger following the Taliban takeover of the country.
7.2 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Haiti
Earthquake hits Haiti.
Will Higher Gas Tax Help Pay for Infrastructure Plan?
Biden objects to raising gas tax to pay for infrastructure
Medical Marijuana Expansion Backed by Louisiana Lawmakers
Louisiana’s medical marijuana program will be able to offer raw, smokable cannabis to its patients within months
Are Olympics in Japan in Jeopardy?
As Olympics loom, Japan health care in turmoil.
Here Are the Funeral Arrangements for Buddy Roemer
Services set for former Louisiana Gov. Buddy Roemer.
‘I’m scared’: AP Obtains Video of Deadly Arrest of Black Man in Monroe, La
Louisiana state troopers were captured on body camera video stunning, punching and dragging a Black man as he apologized for leading them on a high-speed chase.
AOL and Yahoo to be Sold Again
Internet trailblazers Yahoo and AOL sold, again, for $5B
Lightning Round Added to National Spelling Bee
Vocabulary, lightning round added to National Spelling Bee.
NC Deputies on Leave After Black Man Is Killed
7 deputies on leave after fatal shooting of Black man