Other than being the first rematch since the 2009 Super Bowl, how important is today’s game for the New Orleans Saints against Indianapolis Colts?
Based upon today’s results, the team could pull ahead of Tampa Bay once again. The Bucs lost today and are now 4-3. The Saints, who lost to the Buccaneers last week could pull ahead with a 5-2 record. The Falcons and the Panthers also won today and stand at 4-3 and 2-5 respectively.
Tonight, the key to fun, shopping and even helping to cure cancer will be the “Key to the Cure Gala”, the kickoff to a charity shopping weekend (Thursday-Sunday, October 20-23) during which 2% of sales at Saks will benefit the cancer research programs of the Louisiana Cancer Research Consortium.
The "Big" news so far on Wednesday in the Louisiana Lt. Governor's race comes from the Jay Dardenne and the Billy Nungesser campaigns. Dardenne has focused upon the endorsements he has received for Saturday's election. Nungesser has directed his attention to the claim that Dardenne raised taxes.
today marks the one month anniversary of the occupy wall street movement, and the astounding rise of this now-international phenomenon has drawn hundreds of thousands of active participants at hundreds of sites in the U.S., across the globe and across all borders. by comparison the tea party now borders on irrelevance.
The New Orleans Saints, once again, went down to the wire in beating the Carolina Panthers and Coach Sean Payton said the Saints just found a way to win against the Carolina Panthers.. Coach Sean Payton talked with the media after the game and discussed Drew Brees, Cam Newton, and other plays and players. Also, Brees, Jimmy Graham and Malcolm Jenkins talked about their slim win against the division-rival.
Top-ranked LSU Tigers beat the Florida Gators, 41-11 in Death Valley in Baton Rouge. Florida was ranked 17th-ranked. The win sent LSU’s record to . The loss was the Gator’s second against three losses.
Sean Payton discussed the Saints' victory over the Jaguars, the late hit on Drew Brees, motivation for NFC South rival, team playing good offense and defense and quick starts at his Monday media briefing.
Louisiana now has its first black woman federal district court judge as the U.S. Senate today unanimously confirmed New Orleans City Attorney Nannette Jolivette Brown as a U.S. District Court Judge in New Orleans. U.S. Sen. Mary L. Landrieu, D-La., recommended Jolivette Brown for the position in a Nov. 2, 2010, letter to President Barack Obama.
Several weeks ago the column focused on the controversial decision by the Palestinian Authority to seek statehood from the United Nations. As expressed in that article, this move presents numerous difficult situations for the world and especially for the United States.