Researchers at the Education Research Alliance for New Orleans have released a new report showing Louisiana's black students and low-income students are more likely to be suspended than white and wealthier students.
On this week's coastal news roundup, WWNO's Tegan Wendland talked with Nola.com | The Times-Picayune's coastal reporter Sara Sneath about how land loss is affecting a native duck species, prioritizing coastal restoration projects and new funding to rebuild a barrier island.
Well have the latest on the investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 election including communications Donald Trump Jr. had with Wikileaks and increased scrutiny on the presidents son-in-law Jared Kushner with CBS News Jeff Pegues, Reuters Jonathan Landay and Council on Foreign Relations senior fellow Max Boot. With guest host Jane Clayson. This show airs Monday at 10 a.m. EST. Guests: Jeff Pegues , CBS News correspondent. ( @jeffpeguescbs ) Jonathan Landay , Reuters...
FOOD & DINING
Even before you start picking at the turkey or swilling the early afternoon Beaujolais, you might be feeling a bit full of Thanksgiving. It’s the run up, which we are now in the midst of. As the calendar ticks down to Turkey day, we’re being stuffed with advice, product promos and tips to "master" the feast and host the "ultimate" holiday meal. How will yours compare?