Blue Origin’s Bezos Reaches Space on First Passenger Flight
The founder of Blue Origin as well as Amazon on Tuesday will become the second billionaire to ride his own rocket.
Capitol Rioter Who Breached Senate Gets 8 Months for Felony
A Florida man who breached the U.S. Senate chamber carrying a Trump campaign flag has received an eight-month prison term, the first resolution for a felony case in the Capitol insurrection.
Tragedy on Lake Bistineau; One Dead After Accident in Arcadia
A 20-year-old man was arrested in connection with this tragedy.
Pope Francis goes to Rome hospital for intestinal surgery
The Vatican says Pope Francis has gone to a Rome hospital for scheduled surgery for a stenosis, or restriction, of the large intestine.
Tropical Storm Elsa Nears Cuba Amid Fears of Flooding
Elsa already created havoc for Jamaica and Haiti.
Louisiana Lawmakers Carved Out New Ethics Code Exceptions
One bill allows an immediate family member of a local school board member or school superintendent to work as a school bus driver.
Capitol, Symbol of Democracy, Off-Limits on Independence Day
It's off-limits to most public visitors
Demolition Crews Move in at Condo Tower Amid Storm Fears
The confirmed death toll stands at 24, but 121 people are still unaccounted for.
U. S. Adds a Solid 850,000 Jobs as Economy Extends Its Gains
It's a sign that companies may be having an easier time finding enough workers to fill open jobs.
Senate President: Louisiana Veto Override Session Likely
Momentum is building for Louisiana lawmakers to hold an historic veto override session.
Louisiana Cap on Lobbying Spending Edges Up Again, to $65
The cap for how much Louisiana’s lobbyists can spend to wine and dine public officials is edging higher Thursday.
Louisiana High Court Censures One of Its Own
The court ruled that a conversation a longtime justice held with a political operative during a 2019 campaign for a seat on the court harmed public confidence in the judiciary.