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AR. VR. 3D. No, we aren’t speaking in code. These are the new immersive technologies changing the landscape of healthcare.

PosiGen has secured a $90 million credit facility that it says will allow it to continue leasing solar systems and provide energy efficiency upgrades to low-to-moderate income homeowners and expand…

NRN presents The Power List 2019, our sixth annual list of the most influential people in foodservice.

In a letter today to President Trump, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), APTA strongly urges the immediate reopening of U.S. DOT, citing how, under the shutdown, FTA is not able to execute grants, cooperative agreements or contracts, and that numerous public transportation agencies are not…

Key Lime Pie is one of Florida's best known desserts and is the official state pie of the Sunshine State. Kelly Blanco visits Key Largo Conch House in the Fl...

San Francisco, Jan 23 (IANS) Apple has kicked off its iPhone photo competition, asking users to submit the most stunning images captured on iPhones.

Attorneys in New Orleans and Lafayette want NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to step in and enforce a league rule to right what happened Sunday in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

Native American elder Nathan Phillips, who has made headlines everywhere after a video showed him in a face-off with a Catholic school student in front of the Lincoln Memorial, spoke at length with CNN the day after the incident

Investigators say the pharmacist at a family-owned drug store shot and killed a man who was trying to rob the store.

The Mississippi Department of Transportation is stepping up its Twitter game when it comes to the Saints "no call" debate.

With the game's pass interference detector turned all the way down, the virtual referees still made the call.

Governor John Bel Edwards sent a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell today, January 22, requesting that the league take action in the wake of the infamous Saints no-call in the NFC Championship Game two days prior.

Until last year, Louisiana was known as the incarceration capital of the world.
Now, a local museum is raising awareness about mass incarceration in a unique way.
The Newcomb Art Museum of Tulane has a new exhibition called, "Per(sister): Incarcerated Women in Louisiana."
It features 30 currently and formerly jailed women in Louisiana.

Salmen High School's men's basketball team defeated Lakeshore High at Lakeshore High School in Mandeville Tuesday evening. Salmen head coach Jay Carlin celebrated his 900th win as a coach after

"Let's meet face-to-face and you tell me I'm not worthy," Kristin Beck, a transgender former US Navy SEAL, previously told Business Insider.

Serena Williams was serving for the match at the Australian Open when she was called for the foul. Then it all went downhill from there.

Jefferson Parish deputies and the SWAT team made their way Tuesday morning to a Harvey neighborhood.

Hong Kong is preparing to present a bill on Wednesday which would make it a crime to mock or disrespect the Chinese national anthem with jail terms of up to three years, according to Reuters. Chinese authorities have attempted to grow patriotism for the mainland in the former British colony, but there have been tense standoffs between pro-democracy activists and the forces loyal to Beijing on the island. Critics said the proposed legislation raises concern about freedom of expression in the city

One of the sons of New Orleans’ new police chief found himself behind bars Tuesday, according to a report from WWL-TV.

American economist and social theorist Thomas Sowell once wrote, “What do automobiles, guns and home-schooling all have in common that makes the liberals hate them? All these things reduce individual

The FBI Agents Association released a report on Tuesday which contained several anonymous testimonials about the difficulties the 14,000 active and former FBI agents were experiencing during the longest-ever partial government shutdown, according to Politico. One agent said their job has "never been so hard or thankless" than the last five weeks of working without pay, while another said the lack of funds was hindering their ability to "protect and serve the American people." "It’s bad enough to