The Plan to Save Louisiana's Coast Costs More Than the Manhattan Project

Louisiana is sinking, faster than you might think. Every hour, it loses more than a football field-sized chunk of land to the ocean. Or, to use more evocative words, it's like "a layer cake made of Jell-O, floating in a swirling Jacuzzi of steadily warming, rising water." To save its disintegrating coastline,… »12/08/14 8:15pm12/08/14 8:15pm

Louisiana loses a football field of land every hour to the ocean

If you compare a map of the Louisiana coastline in the 1920s to today, the difference is striking. About 1,883 square miles of land has just disappeared — swallowed into the Gulf of Mexico. And each year Louisiana loses more. In fact, roughly a football field's worth of land is lost every hour. »8/28/14 12:45pm8/28/14 12:45pm

The Happiest and Saddest Places in the Country as Told by Your Tweets

Louisiana residents probably won't be too pleased to hear the following news, which, for them, won't really be a change of pace at all. According to a team at the very not-real-sounding Vermont Complex Systems Center and based on what is surely a totally objective and not at all arbitrary analysis of tweets,… »2/19/13 4:20pm2/19/13 4:20pm

Verizon Introduces "Unlimited Any Mobile" Plan To Texas And Louisiana Markets

The plans allow customers to call or send text, picture, or video messages to anyone of any service provider in the US. Pricing ranges from $59.99 for a 450 minute Single Line Plan to $129.99 for a 2000 minute Family Share Plan, but unfortunately, are only available if you have one of the following area codes: 210,… »8/03/10 9:30pm8/03/10 9:30pm