Eight Billion Will Be Spent On Border Security
Some states are threatening lawsuits.
Year after Parkland massacre, 17 victims remembered
The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre a year ago renewed the national debate on guns and school safety, turned some victims' parents and surviving students into political activists and at least temporarily ended the local sheriff's career.
Trump Says He’s Thrilled about ‘A Lot of Wall’
President Donald Trump says that despite his unhappiness with a tentative agreement to prevent another partial government shutdown, he's "thrilled" about the direction of border wall construction.
Conservation groups air Louisiana land loss Super Bowl ad
A group of conservation organizations fighting Louisiana's coastal erosion problems is taking their message to the Super Bowl.
Republican Jeff Flake says he won’t challenge Trump in 2020
Former Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake says he hopes a Republican will challenge President Donald Trump's re-election bid, but it won't be him.
What Did The President Say To The People?
The President suggested that his proposal to build the wall from steel, rather than concrete, was a concession to Democrats.
Government climate report warns of worsening US disasters
As California's catastrophic wildfires recede and people rebuild after two hurricanes, a massive new federal report warns that these types of extreme weather disasters are worsening in the United States.
Judge: Ejecting teacher from school board meeting broke law
A judge says a school board violated Louisiana's open-meetings law by ejecting a teacher who spoke out against giving the superintendent a $30,000 raise.
Ethics Exemption For State Police Leader’s Son Wins House OK
House legislators approved the nepotism law exemption.
Louisiana Cat To Expand Facility, Add 60 Jobs
The jobs created will be added over the next five years, with salaries averaging $60,000.