France is to name a new prime minister on Friday shortly after the announcement of Edouard Philippe’s resignation. French President Emmanuel Macron wants a new government to focus on efforts to relaunch the French economy deeply hit by the coronavirus crisis.
Members of the Epsilon Psi Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity ask questions to political leaders and law enforcement representatives regarding police reform, civilian oversight, and racial profiling
A federal judge in Alexandria said he will make a decision on Monday about whether or not District 4 Councilman Harry Silver can attend Alexandria City Council meetings virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The attorney for Alexandria City Council President Jules Green is denying that his client refused to accommodate District 4 Councilman Harry Silver, who is suing the City and Green for allegedly violating the Americans with Disabilities Act and Rehabilitation Act.
Multiple articles found within the archives of “The Town Talk” detail the history of the Confederate monument that now sits outside the Rapides Parish Courthouse and is the subject of recent debate of the possibility of removal.
With the rise of COVID-19 cases in the southern states especially in Texas and Florida, many are beginning to wonder if Louisiana will be next in applying more restrictions and backtracking on the progress that was made.