For the second time this week, new guidelines on womens preventative health-care services have created a firestorm of controversy, as many question whether these are the first steps towards health-care rationing in the U.S.
PONCHATOULA - The Tangipahoa district attorney says a man could be sentenced to 500 years behind bars for allegedly running an 11- million dollar ponzi scheme.
Investigators say 60-year-old William Chaucer Jr., has been taking money from about 200
UNDATED - A federal judge is blaming the Army Corps of Engineers for the devastating flooding that came in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
On Wednesday the judge ruled in favor of residents who say the army corps' monitoring of the Mississippi Rive