1130AM LRN News

Democratic and Republican members of the Louisiana Congressional Delegation got a chance to question Special Counsel Robert Mueller this morning regarding the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, and allegations of crimes committed by the President during that election, and during the ensuing investigation.

New Orleans Democratic Congressman Cedric Richmond used his time to get an answer from the Special Counsel about activities that Richmond believes constitute Obstruction.

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But Northwest Louisiana Republican Congressman Mike Johnson, who closed for the GOP, disagrees…

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Johnson also assailed the Mueller team’s alleged partisan Democratic bias.

Alexandria Police charge a mother with second degree murder in the death of her 5-year-old daughter.  Kevin Barnhart has the story.

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Senator Bill Cassidy recently toured the border, and says Democrats in Washington may call the crisis on the southern border manufactured, but he’s seen firsthand it’s real and urgent

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Cassidy says the men and women who work for Customs and Border Patrol are stretched thin and he’s pushing to get them more resources.