In the Times-Picayune, columnist Jarvis DeBerry delves into why cheating will always be a part of sports.
In the midst of President Obama's inauguration festivities, Times-Picayune columnist Jarvis DeBerry reminds America that Martin Luther King Jr. was threatening to most people because he challenged the status quo.
Hurricane Katrina was seven years ago, but Times-Picayune columnist Jarvis DeBerry is still feeling the effects. In fact, like some survivors of Hurricane Sandy, he's even grateful for the storm's effect on his life because now he sees what's really important.
There was no reason to question the appointment of Bernette Johnson as Louisiana's first black chief justice, argues Jarvis DeBerry in the Times-Picayune, but the Louisiana Supreme Court decided to make itself look bad by fighting her seating anyway.
Times-Picayune columnist Jarvis DeBerry laments the sobering statistics that reveal that no matter what one's background, anyone can become the unlucky victim of a bullet.