If you haven’t read the books, you’ve probably watched at least one of the movies. If you haven’t done either of those, chances are you still recognize the small kid with the glasses and lightning scar.
The Center for American Progess predicts that this legislation will cause 343,000 Louisianans to lose coverage by 2026. That number includes more than 188,000 who receive Medicaid.
In a speech on June 16, President Donald Trump said he is canceling Barack Obama "completely one-sided deal with Cuba..."
As members of the press, it is not our job to appease, and it is not our job to apologize if you don't like what we have to say. It is our job to report and push the envelope.
One of the most important parts of the pride flag is that it is inclusive to everyone, not just a certain group of people.
Louisiana’s history is under attack, and elected officials of the state ignored an opportunity to stop the culture cleansing.
I remember my freshman year like it was yesterday. Things will be a little different, but this is a time for new beginnings, so take advantage of it.
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As my time as a Demon ends, yours is just beginning. Here are a few things that I think you should know:
It seemed as if very few legislators cared to hear the different dynamics and arguments concerning this bill. Truth is, their minds had been made up days before.