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Louisiana’s GOP-Dominated Legislature Concludes Session

BATON ROUGE (AP) — Louisiana lawmakers adjourned the 2024 legislative session on Monday, a three-month-long gathering of the GOP-controlled body marked by the passage...

More Women Made List of Top Paid CEOs in 2023

NEW YORK (AP) — More women are attaining the top job at companies in the S&P 500, but their numbers are still minuscule compared...

Drew Brees Enters Saints Hall of Fame

METAIRIE, La. (AP) — As Drew Brees reflected on his path to the Saints Hall of Fame, he listed off things that didn't go...

Denka Plant Threatens to Shut Down if EPA Deadline Isn’t Relaxed

NEW YORK (AP) — A synthetic rubber manufacturer accused of increasing the cancer risk for the nearby majority-Black community in Louisiana told a federal...

ConocoPhillips Buying Marathon Oil for $17.1B

NEW YORK (AP) — ConocoPhillips is buying Marathon Oil in an all-stock deal valued at approximately $17.1 billion as energy prices rise and big...

Tempted to Try a No-Buy Year? Here Are Tips from People Doing It

NEW YORK (AP) — The rules of a no-buy challenge are self-imposed and simple: Make a list of the non-essential items you won't spend...
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US Consumer Confidence Rises in May After 3 Months of Declines

WASHINGTON (AP) — Consumer confidence in the U.S. rose in May after three straight months of declines, though Americans are still anxious about inflation...

Saints Make Superdome Renovation Payment

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — New Orleans Saints made an $11.4 million payment toward Superdome renovations Friday, diffusing a public standoff between the NFL club...

Peyton Manning Says He Has No Desire for an NFL Executive Position

DENVER (AP) — Peyton Manning was honored for his community work at a banquet Wednesday night. Ahead of the event, he was asked if...

Dumping Oil at Sea Leads to $2M Fine for Shipping Companies

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Two shipping companies agreed to pay $2 million in penalties after pleading guilty to federal charges related to the dumping...

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