Nearly two decades ago, a North Korean official threatened to turn Seoul into a "Sea of Fire." South Koreans responded by cleaning out the shelves of supermarkets and preparing for an attack that never came.
"It's nonsense," Moroccan actor Mehdi Ouazzani says of the fuss created by some conservative TV talkers who think Ouazzani was made to look as much like President Obama as he did Satan in The History Channel miniseries "The Bible."
We're looking forward to our live broadcast of the Louisiana Crossroads performance with Zachary Richard Wednesday night from the Central School Theater in Lake Charles, presented by the Acadiana Center for the Arts. 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Please join us. For more on the show and additional performances go to http://acadianacenterforthearts.org/louisiana-crossroads
In the 75 years since it was introduced, Americans have been arguing over the minimum wage.
Some say government intervention to artificially raise wages lowers demand for workers and interferes with economic freedom — preventing people who would be willing to work for less from getting jobs at all. They argue that the minimum wage especially hurts teenagers and young adults with few or no skills.