udge Terry A. Doughty, on the bench of a U.S. District Court in Louisiana, ruled the federal government cannot require Head Start program teachers, staff and volunteers to be vaccinated against COVID-19, nor can it require adults or students to wear masks.
(The Center Square) - Communities throughout the U.S. are experimenting with social programs that give a "guaranteed income" to some residents with few or no strings attached. An economics professor says universal income could be a more efficient use of taxpayer dollars if it replaces many of the more than 100 welfare programs already out there.
A federal judge sided with Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry and 12 other plaintiff states in a Louisiana-led lawsuit
Twelve attorneys general filed an opening brief Friday in a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for changes made this year to energy and water efficiency standards for dishwashers and washing machines.
California is restricting state-funded travel to several states because its politicians disagree with political policies enacted by those states over the past several months.
Residents of some states may not get their next unemployment checks on time as a vendor cyberattack has shut down their websites.
Tornadoes tore up homes in New Orleans and its suburbs and were reported in communities from Texas to Mississippi and Alabama as severe storms swept across the South in late March 2022.
Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas are teaming up to create a regional hub for developing, producing, and using clean hydrogen for fuel and manufacturing feedstock.
A federal judge in Louisiana has blocked President Joe Biden administration's vaccine and mask mandate at Head Start preschools, granting a preliminary injunction for the 24 states involved in the lawsuit.
A federal court in the Western District of Louisiana has halted the Biden administration's COVID-19 vaccination mandate for millions of health care workers.