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  • Body of missing Iberville Parish man found in Bayou Goula, sheriff says
    A fisherman found the body of a missing Iberville Parish man Sunday evening on the banks of Bayou Goula, said Iberville Parish Sheriff Brett Stassi, who added that they do not suspect foul play in his death.
  • LSP: Woman dies after vehicle goes into Bayou Terrebonne
    Louisiana State Police are investigating an early Sunday morning crash in Houma that left a woman dead.
  • NOPD: Teen reported missing from Leonidas neighborhood
    New Orleans police are asking for the public's help in locating a teen reported missing from the Leonidas neighborhood. 
  • Explosion in Austin, 4th bombing this month
    (ABC NEWS) — Hours after Austin’s police chief urged the suspect in recent bombings to turn themselves in, local and federal emergency units were responding to another possible bombing in which two more people were injured, authorities and sources said. The Austin-Travis Country EMS tweeted Sunday night that there was a “critical incident” at Dawn Song Drive in Austin and medics were on their way for injuries to two males in their 20s with serious injuries. The injuries, however, were “not expected to be life-threatening,” according to the tweet.
  • Breaking! Two More Bombings Rock Austin, Tx
    Two male victims in their 20s were injured in the bombings.
  • Fla. men on errand died instantly in bridge collapse; Putin wins re-election (10 Things to Know for Monday)
    Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday.
  • Explosion in Austin wounds two men, FBI on scene
    AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - An explosion in Austin on Sunday wounded two men, thought to be in their 20s, authorities said, as Federal Bureau of Investigation agents rushed to the scene in the Texas capital, where earlier this month three parcel bombs killed two people.
  • Jim Carrey Attacks ‘So-Called Christian’ Sarah Huckabee Sanders with Grotesque Portrait
    Actor Jim Carrey targeted what appears to be White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders with lewd artwork of her likeness in a tweet slamming her as a 'so-called Christian' who lies for a living.
  • The Rundown: Louisiana Legislature starts second week of special session and more Louisiana politics news today
    Today in The Rundown: All the news you need as the Legislature begins the second week of regular session.
  • Tropical storm Eliakim kills 17 in Madagascar: authorities
    ANTANANARIVO (Reuters) - At least 17 people died when a tropical storm hit eastern Madagascar over the weekend, authorities said.
  • Nolte: ProPublica Retracts Fake News Attack Against Trump’s CIA Pick (NYT Does Not)
    The left-wing "investigative journalism" site ProPublica, a non-profit funded in part by far-left billionaire George Soros, was forced to walk back an attack piece aimed at Gina Haspel, President Trump's pick to lead the CIA.
  • REVEALED: Peter Strzok Had Personal Relationship With Recused Judge In Michael Flynn Case
    Newly discovered text messages obtained by The Federalist reveal two key federal law enforcement officials conspired to meet with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) judge who presided over the federal case against Michael Flynn. The judge, Rudolph Contreras, was recused from handling the case just days after accepting the guilty plea of President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser who was charged with making false statements to federal investigators. The text messages about Contreras between controversial Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) lawyer Lisa Page and Peter Strzok, the senior FBI counterintelligence official who was kicked off Robert Mueller’s special counsel team, were deliberately hidden from Congress, multiple congressional investigators told The Federalist. In the messages, Page and Strzok, who are rumored to have been engaged in an illicit romantic affair, discussed Strzok’s personal friendship with Contreras and how to leverage that relationship in ongoing counterintelligence matters. “Rudy is on the [Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court]!” Page excitedly texted Strzok on July 25, 2016. “Did you know that? Just appointed two months ago.” “I did,” Strzok responded. “I need to get together with him.” “[He] said he’d gotten on a month or two ago at a graduation party we were both at.” Contreras was appointed to the top surveillance court on May 19, 2016, federal records show. The pair even schemed about how to set up a cocktail or dinner party just so Contreras, Strzok, and Page could speak without arousing suspicion that they were colluding. Strzok expressed concern that a one-on-one meeting between the two men might require Contreras’ recusal from matters in which Strzok was involved. “[REDACTED] suggested a social setting with others would probably be better than a one on one meeting,” Strzok told Page. “I’m sorry, I’m just going to have to invite you to that cocktail party.” “Have to come up with some other work people cover for action,” Strzok added. “Why more?” Page responded. “Six is a perfectly fine dinner party.” It is not known whether the proposed party happened as planned. While working as one of the top counterintelligence officials at the FBI, Strzok reportedly took part in the FBI’s interview of Flynn on January 24. Flynn later pleaded guilty to one charge of providing false information to federal investigators. Strzok later left the FBI to join Mueller’s special counsel team, which obtained the indictment of Flynn. Flynn’s guilty plea was accepted in federal court by Contreras on December 1, 2017. The New York Times reported the next day that Strzok, who left the FBI to work for special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, had been removed from the case by Mueller due to inappropriate text messages between Strzok and another federal official, now believed to be DOJ attorney Lisa Page. On December 5, 2017, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, wrote a letter to FBI director Christopher Wray demanding text messages from Strzok as well as any notes he took regarding his interviews with Flynn. Contreras was recused from the Flynn case on December 7, 2017, and the case was reassigned to Judge Emmet G. Sullivan, according to federal court documents. Neither Contreras nor federal judiciary officials have publicly indicated the reason for Contreras’ removal from the case. Contreras’ office declined to comment on inquiries asking about his relationship with Strzok, or why he was not recused from the Flynn case until after he had accepted Flynn’s guilty plea. The pre-existing relationship between Strzok and Contreras and Contreras’ mysterious recusal from the Flynn case, forced or otherwise, raise serious questions about whether Flynn’s case, among others, was properly conducted. The text messages that show Page and Strzok conspiring to meet with Contreras were originally hidden from Congress. In records provided by DOJ to Congress, the exchanges referencing Contreras, and plans to meet with him under the guise of a cocktail party, were completely redacted by federal law enforcement officials. The exchanges obtained by The Federalist include information that was never turned over to Congress. Congressional investigators told The Federalist that only 3,162 of the more than 1.2 million documents retained by the DOJ Inspector General (IG) have been turned over to the committees specifically tasked with oversight of the Department of Justice and FBI. Ongoing DOJ obstruction of congressional oversight has only increased the calls for a special counsel to investigate criminal leaks, federal surveillance abuses, and other alleged improprieties within the agencies. On Thursday, Grassley and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) asked Attorney General Jeff Sessions to name a special prosecutor to work independently with the IG to investigate the law enforcement agencies. “They cannot be counted on to investigate themselves,” Grassley said in an interview. “If you do something wrong, you don’t have the fox guard the chicken house.” Sessions has not yet publicly said how he plans to tackle the problems in his department. Sean Davis contributed to this report.
  • WATCH: Terrifying Video of People Being Flung From a Ski Lift That Wouldn’t Slow Down
    WOW. Terrifying scene on the slopes today in the country of Georgia as a ski lift breaks down in epic fashion. pic.twitter.com/ffCGJn2Wvi — kendis gibson (@kendisgibson) March 16, 2018 This is absolutely terrifying. A malfunctioning ski lift at a resort in Georgia resulted in people being thrown from the lift at high speeds. In the video above (via ABC News Anchor Kendis Gibson), you can see that the lift just wouldn’t slow down — causing people to be flung from their seats. Thankfully, according to the Telegraph, 10 people suffered only minor injuries from the incident. Looking at the video, it’s clear those injuries could have been a whole lot worse. Watch above, via Twitter. [featured image via screengrab] —— Follow Joe DePaolo (@joe_depaolo) on Twitter
  • Police arrest 17-year-old in connection with back-to-back carjackings
    The 17-year-old admitted his involvement in both of the carjackings, police said.
  • Obama DOJ Deleted 500,000 Fugitives Form Background Check Database
    Another example of government failure.
  • Here’s Stunning Video of Fox News Anchors Bashing Obama For Saying He’d Meet With NoKo…And Doing a Total 180 For Trump
    Everything wrong with Fox News in one video pic.twitter.com/MhnApiQ3pG — NowThis (@nowthisnews) March 16, 2018 Video outlet NowThis put together a stunning supercut of Fox News anchors talking about the prospect of the U.S. president meeting with North Korea’s leader — and there’s an astonishing discrepancy between their reactions, based on which president it was. When Barack Obama suggested that he would meet with North Korea without preconditions, Fox News absolutely skewered him. Some of the prime lines: “Obama is bowing and scraping before dictators”; “It’s a bad idea for the president to speak with Kim Jong-un“; “Obama thinks the power of his personality is going to have this incredible transformative impact on these crazy men all over the world.” But when Supreme Leader President Donald Trump announced that he would be sitting down with the North Korean dictator, Fox News called it “A major foreign policy breakthrough”; “President Trump scoring a big win”; and “A stunning diplomatic triumph.” Perhaps the cherry on top of the Trump lines, because it wouldn’t be a true Fox News takedown without a crazy hypocritical statement from Tucker Carlson: “He may be the one president who would actually do this, who would go meet with the North Korean leader.” Watch the glorious receipt-reading above, via NowThis. [image via screengrab]
  • New Orleans is trying to kill Bill Murray -- but he's coming back anyway
    Stage show "New Worlds" presents the comedian as few have seen him before.
  • Man robbed of bike while confronting man he thinks broke into his house: NOPD
    The 63-year-old tried to confront a man he thought had broken into his house in the past. His bike was taken instead, police said.
  • Dead wrong: Court rules man is no longer alive, much to his annoyance
    Constantin Reliu moved to Turkey in 1992 and did not have any contact with his family for almost two decades
  • Man gets 50 years after pleading guilty to sexual battery of girl, 8
    Lloyd Joseph Weysham, 62, of Kiln, Miss., must serve 25 years before he is eligible for parole.
  • Scaramucci Unleashes The Full Mooch On Page Six Reporters
    Stage 5 meltdown
  • Woman nearly dies of blood clots after staring at phone -- for 20 hours straight!
    Woman nearly dies of blood clots after staring at phone -- for 20 hours straight! (First column, 13th story, link)
  • Stolen baby Jesus returned to church after 90 years
    A package that was initially thought to be suspicious at a New Jersey church turned out to be something surprising -- a baby Jesus statue stolen 90 years ago.
  • It Was Literally Raining Gold In Russia After Bars Fell From Above
    Precious debris strewn over 10 miles
  • Residents hope new Netflix movie will help boost Hollywood South
    A-list actors Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson are bringing parts of their big budget film to Shreveport, something many say they are looking forward to.
  • Beloved Alexandria teacher, marathon runner dies at 33
    Scott M. Brame Middle School in Alexandria is mourning the loss of eighth grade science and cross country coach Erin Smith.       
  • Louisiana Secretary of State, Tom Schedler, decides to stay in office
    Louisiana's Secretary of State announced yesterday he will not resign amid a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by a former employee.
  • Several students indicted in connection to the death of Max Gruver
    A grand jury has returned indictments for several LSU students connected to the death of Maxwell Gruver.
  • Survey: Louisianans have little confidence in the state government
    A survey released Thursday by Louisiana State University’s Public Policy Research Lab reveals that many Louisianans are disillusioned with state government.       
  • 2 arrested in connection with armed robbery in Bowie County
    Two people are behind bars Thursday in connection with a robbery at a store in Bowie County. 
  • Man killed in shooting on Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard: NOPD
    The man was shot in the head Thursday night (March 15) in the 1300 block of Oretha Castle Haley, police said.
  • Police identify second suspect in stabbing, looking for another
    Shreveport police have a warrant to arrest a man believed to be responsible for stabbing two women Tuesday morning. 
  • Bill to prevent arbitration in sex harassment claims passes committee
    The bill is one of several aimed at preventing sexual harassment in response to the nationwide #MeToo movement.       
  • Car at high school hit by bullet from gunfight at apartment complex nearby; game canceled
    One person has been detained and at least 2 more are being sought after gunfire disrupted a high school sporting event and damaged a vehicle in a campus parking lot. Then a car involved in the gunfight at a nearby apartment complex crashed into a utility pole. Now police are looking for the occupants of that car.
  • Woman facing charges after attempting to help mother hide evidence
    BATON ROUGE- A daughter has been arrested after attempting help her mother get rid of evidence after a shooting.The daughter has been identified as 23-year-old Asia Landry.On Feb. 23 officers were dispatched to a shooting at a park on Oak Villa. Officers learned that after the shooting, the victim ran to an address on Syble Drive to call for help. At the scene on Syble, authorities learned that the victim was sitting in his car with his girlfriend and his 3-year-old daughter when an argument began.The girlfriend, identified as Elisa Landry, allegedly grabbed a pistol and shot the victim multiple times. After the victim ran for help, Elisa drove off in the car with the child.The victim was transported to an area hospital with injuries that were considered life threatening. He had been shot 10 times.Detectives went to the victim and Elisa's home on North Street in an attempt to make contact with Elisa, but she wouldn't come to the door. Asia, Elisa's daughter, was called to the scene. She told officers that she had been speaking with her mother all day.When she was brought to the station for questioning, it was discovered that Asia had been giving her mother advice on how to hide evidence via text messages. She also told Elisa she needed to leave the house or she would be arrested.Asia was arrested March 14 for accessories after the fact and attempted second-degree murder. Elisa was arrested on Feb 23 for attempted second-degree murder and simple kidnapping. She was released March 3.A photo of Elisa was not immediately provided. Permalink| Comments
  • Man killed in deputy-involved shooting identified
    UPDATE: The man hurt in Wednesday's deputy-involved shooting has died, according to the East Baton Rouge Coroner's Office. Authorities identified the person as Shermichael Ezeff. An autopsy is scheduled for Friday. ******BATON ROUGE - One person has been sent to the hospital after an officer-involved shooting in Baton Rouge Wednesday.Sources say the incident occurred just after 4 p.m. in the 600 block of North Ardenwood Drive. According to the East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office, a deputy was serving a temporary restraining order in the area when another person, covered in blood and claiming to have been stabbed, approached the officer. At some point, a struggle broke out and that person was shot by the deputy.The suspect was taken to an area hospital, but the extent of that person's injuries is still unknown. The sheriff's office says it is also unclear if the suspect was actually stabbed before the shooting.Louisiana State Police has taken over the investigation, as is protocol for all officer-involved shootings. The deputy was not injured and has been placed on administrative leave.This is a developing story. Check back for updates.Permalink| Comments
  • Congresswoman Slaughter dies after fall in D.C. home
    Rep. Louise Slaughter has died -- days after a fall in her Washington, D.C., home, her office announced on Friday.
  • Russia accuses West of enabling terrorists in Syria...
    Russia accuses West of enabling terrorists in Syria... (First column, 11th story, link) Related stories:Putin appeals to 'love of fatherland' to get Russians to polls...Will expand 'black list' of Americans in response to sanctions...
  • Hollywood director slams #MeToo 'mob rule'...
    Hollywood director slams #MeToo 'mob rule'... (Third column, 4th story, link) Related stories:OSCAR PRESIDENT ACCUSED OF SEX HARASSMENT...People frightened to say things, think things...Female CEO Accused of Sexually Assaulting Women...
  • Hollywood director slams #MeToo 'mob rule'...
    Hollywood director slams #MeToo 'mob rule'... (Third column, 3rd story, link) Related stories:OSCAR PRESIDENT ACCUSED OF SEX HARASSMENT...People frightened to say things, think things...Female CEO Accused of Sexually Assaulting Women...
  • California high school teacher on leave after questioning ‘double standard’ in walkouts
    A high school teacher in California was placed on leave on Wednesday after she questioned what she said was a "double standard" in the nationwide school walkouts."We had a dialogue in class about it in Thursday and...
  • Driver admits to using cell phone before crash that killed twin toddlers, grandfather
    A 24-year-old driver admitted to being distracted by her cell phone before a crash that killed twin toddlers and their grandfather
  • Georgia executes man known as the 'stocking strangler'
    Georgia is preparing to carry out its first execution of the year with plans to put to death an inmate known as the "stocking strangler".
  • Sen. Rubio introduces bill to keep daylight saving time year-round
    First Florida passed a bill to stay on daylight saving time, now their senator wants to make it a national law.
  • 6 dead in Miami college pedestrian bridge collapse
    At least six people have died as the result of a 950-ton pedestrian bridge collapsing Thursday on a major roadway running through the campus of Florida International University in Miami.
  • 'Mommy hurts me': Euclid, OH police report outlines chronic abuse prior to 4-year-old’s death
    The signs of abuse were reported but the system still failed to protect 4-year-old Aniya Day-Garrett.
  • Lawyer in US illegally gets California statewide appointment
    California's Senate leader says an attorney and immigrant rights activist is the first person living in the country illegally to be named to a statewide appointment in the nation's most populous state.
  • Dozens of Winn-Dixies to close after bankruptcy filing
    Southeastern Grocers, the parent company of several brands including Winn-Dixie grocery stores, confirmed Thursday afternoon it is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
  • Donald Trump Jr., wife headed for divorce after 12 years
    Donald Trump Jr.'s wife, Vanessa Trump, files for divorce in New York; the couple married in 2005 and have 5 children.
  • Grand jury indicts 4 in death of university frat pledge
    A grand jury has indicted four people on charges in the death of a Louisiana State University student whose blood-alcohol content was more than six times the legal limit for driving.

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