DID WE? DO WE? SHOULD WE? DEC 18 Jim Brown is asking the questions a lot of Americans are in the wake of the torture report. Did we torture people? Do we do it still? And should we, under any circumstances?JINDAL MAKES (PATHETIC) APPEAL IN IOWADEC 18 This post on

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It wasn’t long ago when Don Cravins Sr. — a former state senator and soon-to-be former mayor of Opelousas — stood before a crowd inside the Clifton Chenier Center and defended his political ethics.
Remember our stories about Barcode, the Jefferson Street drinking hole that ripped off the logo of a gay bar in Virginia and has since painted over the “gay” part of the sign?
There are two excellent reasons for you to make the two-hour drive to the New Orleans Bowl: the Ragin’ Cajun football teams deserves it and they need you.
Sudden twists in the price of oil and currency trading turned the stock market into a roller-coaster ride Tuesday.
Sentences ranging from 3.5 years to almost 10 years were handed down to the six men charged in a synthetic marijuana sales and money laundering scheme operated through Curious Goods stores.
Training Acadiana’s Entrepreneurial FutureA Gallup-certified strengths coach, Wendy Hornung has dedicated her career to ensuring the development of local business leaders.
She says maybe it’s the predictability of knowing the next bend in the road. But, whatever the case it’s bettering a tough situation. Seth is not alone. Reports of children on the autism spectrum responding to communication with Siri and other technology-based audio communication have been cropping up in the media.
The white leopards and tigers are the rarest of them all. As we head into full holiday season we're seeing these rare cats arrive in everything from peplum tops to amazing little clutches