Motion filed over ‘stolen documents’ in sexual misconduct case involving Tim Ballard – KUTV 2News

SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — A new court filing was made in the sexual misconduct case involving Operation Underground Railroad founder Tim Ballard. Ballard’s attorney filed a new motion on Wednesday which focuses on the documents that are being used against him. According to court documents, Ballard’s legal team claims Celeste Borys stole the confidential […]

New immigration bill would not allow 5,000 illegal crossings per day, despite what Trump says – NBC News

WASHINGTON — Former President Donald Trump, House Speaker Mike Johnson and other right-wing Republicans say they oppose an emerging bipartisan immigration deal because it would allow 5,000 migrants to illegally cross the southern border every day. “It is illegal to cross our border. But apparently, we’re concocting some sort of deal to allow the president to […]

French-language signage: American businesses must ‘adapt,’ says Rodriguez – CTV News Montreal

Faced with Washington’s grumblings about proposed regulations for commercial signage in Quebec, Justin Trudeau’s Quebec lieutenant, Pablo Rodriguez, said Americans just need to “adapt.” “Americans, when they go to Mexico, they’re going to post in Spanish. When they go to Argentina, they’re going to post in Spanish. When they go around the world, they adapt,” […]

Governor Landry announces new CPRA appointments – WGNO New Orleans

THIBODAUX, La. (WGNO) — While making an appearance at Nicholls State University Wednesday, Governor Jeff Landry announced four new appointments within the Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority. Former Terrebonne Parish President Gordy Dove will serve as chairman of the agency. “I am honored to be appointed by Governor Landry as Chairman of CPRA—entrusted with Louisiana’s wetlands, […]