To help you plan your 4th of July holiday and celebrate Independence Day with your family and friends, we've put together an awesome list of the best things for the whole family to see and do in the Shreveport-Bossier area, from fireworks shows to great local concerts
Miss Alabama Mary Margaret McCord tackled a question about the NSA Prism Scandal at this past Sunday's Miss USA pageant, revealing that she's OK with the government tracking her phone calls if it helps combat terrorism.
A new CNN report says that President Obama's approval rating has dropped 8 points since last month, from 53 to 45 percent. This could be related to the NSA surveillance program that is gathering information of telephone calls, emails and internet habits of Americans, among other recent scandals.
I must ask this question. How stupid can people be? There is a petition on the White House website to ban 'straight men from driving cars'. Yes, they want President Obama to prevent all straight men from driving.
As reported in the Los Angeles Times, President Obama and his Administration are considering letting thousands of Syrians to American cities and towns.
They believe it will take pressure off Middle Eastern countries that are having a hard time supporting 1.6 million refugees plus assisting hard-hit Syrian families. According to the Los Angeles Times, the United States usually accepts half the refugees that the United Nations agency recommends for resettlement. California has taken the largest share over time and Illinois, Florida, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia are also being considered.
Edward Snowden, 29, is the man who leaked information about the U.S. government gathering information on billions of phone calls and Internet activities from Americans known as PRISM according to the Fox News Channel.
Snowden's identity was revealed with his permission yesterday by The Guardian and the Washington Post. Fox News also reports that Snowden could face decades in jail for the disclosures if the U.S. can extradite him from Hong Kong.
When it comes to baseball, football and basketball the LSU Tigers have the greatest fans in the world.
Saturday night in Baton Rouge, La. during the Super Regional game where the LSU Tigers beat the Oklahoma Sooners 11-1, ESPN’s cameras got a great shot of this LSU fan cheering on the Tigers with the letters L-S-U shaved in his chest hair.
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