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    Speaking at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 100th Annual Convention in New Orleans Monday, President Trump brought up Arizona rancher Jim Chilton. Sportin’ a really big cowboy hat, Jim had a special message for goofy S...

    This story’s a real gas. On Tuesday, November 13th — a day which shall live in infamy — 30-year-old Arthur Posey was arrested. Near Willie’s Chicken Shack in New Orleans. Arthur’d asked Willie’s manag...

When Jane Gross became the first woman reporter to enter an NBA locker room in February of 1975, it merited a mere 100-word Associated Press write-up the next day. Nine months later, when Jennifer Quale entered an NBA locker room, she had her face in...

The New Orleans City Council voted Wednesday to approve a resolution that calls for Entergy New Orleans to be fined $5 million for paying actors to support its proposed $210 million natural gas-fired power plant. An independent external investigat...

If you love New Orleans-style piano or simply subscribe to joy, the music of Henry Butler would be welcome in your home. Gospel, old school rhythm and blues, Caribbean-tinged jazz and, of course, that signature syncopated New Orleans sound made renow...

On a recent visit to New Orleans, I ate breakfast with my son and daughter at La Boulangerie on Magazine street. I loved this wheat toast with avocado and eggs! What is your favorite breakfast? If you are ever in New Orleans, I recommend a visit ther...

Paying Americans to speak out in favor of the energy industry, as a way of demonstrating grassroots support for their often-controversial projects, has reared its ugly head. In New Orleans, actors were paid to show up at city council meetings to demo...