Caesars reaches deal with major creditors, could end court fights

Caesars Entertainment Corp. and representatives of its largest creditor groups struck a deal to fund a reorganization of the casino giant's bankrupt operating unit, a major step toward ending two years of rancorous court battles that embroiled the company and its controlling shareholders, Apollo Global Management LLC and TPG Capital.

Navy Secretary Mabus satisfied with his meandering career

Ray Mabus was one of William Winter’s ‘Boys of Spring,’ then state auditor and the youngest governor in the nation. President Barack Obama appointed him secretary of the Navy, a job he has held longer than anyone since World War I. Now more time with his family awaits.

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Former stripper felt like 'a piece of meat,' but would he do it again?

Former New Orleans stripper Lance Borries of Vancleave talks about his two-year stint that led to a 'hard, fast life.' After the initial rush of the experience, he said it became 'just a job.'
John Fitzhugh Sun Herald
Former stripper felt like 'a piece of meat,' but would he do it again? 2:09

Former stripper felt like 'a piece of meat,' but would he do it again?

Brittney Reese clinic gives blind athlete a chance to learn from a pro 2:33

Brittney Reese clinic gives blind athlete a chance to learn from a pro

Biloxi police investigate fatal shooting scene 1:08

Biloxi police investigate fatal shooting scene

Stone RB Terrion Avery celebrates huge performance 1:14

Stone RB Terrion Avery celebrates huge performance