Supreme Court Says Congress Can’t Get Trump Records, For Now
The outcome in the two cases is at least a short-term victory for Trump, who has strenuously sought to keep his financial records private.
Official: Edwards Rejects Pay Raise Delay for State Workers
Louisiana’s state workers will get pay raises this year despite the pandemic's effect on state revenues.
Louisiana’s Second Medical Marijuana Grower Releases Product
Louisiana’s second medical marijuana grower announced it has started making its products to the state’s dispensaries for sale to patients.
Louisiana Governor’s Office Staffer Positive for COVID-19
A staffer in the press office of Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards has tested positive for COVID-19.
Family Questions Lack of Hate Crime Charge in Lafayette Stabbing
The family of Holden White who was stabbed over the weekend is calling the assault a hate crime, but Lafayette police say there’s no evidence to support that.
Officer Who Shot Rayshard Brooks Charged with Felony Murder
The Atlanta officer who fatally shot Rayshard Brooks in the back after the fleeing man pointed a stun gun in his direction is going to be charged with felony murder and 10 other crimes.
Superdome Renovation Crew Has 32 COVID-19 Cases
Superdome officials say positive COVID-19 tests have come back for 32 workers contracted to perform renovations at the stadium in New Orleans.
Trump Signs Executive Order on Police Reform
President Donald Trump has signed an executive order on policing following weeks of national protests after the death of George Floyd.
Officer Charged in Floyd’s Death Held on $1 Million Bond
Meanwhile, the body of George Floyd arrived at a church in Houston for a final public memorial.
Obama Steps Out as Nation Confronts Confluence of Crises
Former President Barack Obama is taking on an increasingly public role as the nation confronts a confluence of historic crises that has exposed deep racial and socioeconomic inequalities in America and reshaped the November election.