Trump Roasts Judiciary, Defends Saudis After Televised Thanksgiving Call To Troops

When President Trump jumped on a televised Thanksgiving conference call with the military, he fittingly opened with a list of things for which he is thankful: the sacrifices made by service members and their families. Their implacable leadership. Their toughness. Their heroism, perseverance and strength. And after several good-natured chats with high-ranking officers stationed around the world, the president said farewell with one more word of thanks and hung up. He then spoke to the press,...

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Comey Vows To Resist Subpoena From House Republicans For Closed-Door Testimony

James Comey, the former head of the FBI who was fired by President Trump, says he will push back on a subpoena to appear in a closed-door session before the House Judiciary Committee unless he is allowed to testify publicly. The committee, which has also issued a subpoena to former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, is looking into how the FBI handled the investigation of Hillary Clinton's emails. "I'm still happy to sit in the light and answer all questions," Comey tweeted. "But I will resist a...

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Jindal Ready for Education Reform Fight

Jan 11, 2012

In his inaugural speech Monday, Governor Bobby Jindal made clear that he would be pushing for education reform to kick off his second term. But while Jindal went on at length about getting Louisiana’s students better opportunities, the speech was short on details for how he plans to do that.


Jindal Ready for Education Reform Fight

Jan 11, 2012

In his inaugural speech Monday, Governor Bobby Jindal made clear that he would be pushing for education reform to kick off his second term. But while Jindal went on at length about getting Louisiana’s students better opportunities, the speech was short on details for how he plans to do that.

When WRKF's Tegan Wendland asked LSU Professor Robert Hogan for his analysis, he suggested the governor was being purposely vague.

A Shantytown Music Box

Jan 6, 2012

A group of artists are filling New Orleans' Bywater neighborhood with an odd orchestra. They've created a whimsical village of fully interactive musical buildings on a vacant lot, and WRKF's Tegan Wendland went for a visit to see if houses really can make music.


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Six drawings in three days. Give now to be entered into all remaining drawings for tickets to see James Taylor at the Raising Cane's River Center on 2/11 with special guest, Bonnie Raitt.

December 4th is Aloha Tuesday at Cane Land Distilling Co. from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Join WRKF hosts, staff and fellow listeners for a distillery tour, food, drink specials, drawings and plenty of aloha spirit! Wear your aloha shirts if you've got 'em! Ages: 21+

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