Vice president Jewel Howard-Taylor has donated 8,000 gallons of diesel fuel and US$2,500 to Cuttington University.
VIDEO: Relive the Second Round Voting That Gave Pres. Weah Victory
Scenes that show the election process during the second round that gave President Weah victory.
CDC Fails to Honor Request for Final Presidential Debate
Lamii Kpargoi of the Deepening Democracy Coalition says the Coalition for Democratic Change has failed to respond to an invitation to participate in the final vice presidential and presidential runoff debates scheduled for Friday, November 3.
VP Boakai Receives Endorsement from Bong Citizens
The stander bearer of the Unity Party, Joseph Nyumah Boakai, has received endorsement from some citizens of Bong County to contest the coming Octoberâ€™s elections.
Education Stakeholders Debate the Merits of Public-Private Partnerships
Last Thursday, education stakeholders gathered to discuss alternatives to the privatization of public services in order to deliver quality services to Liberians.
Sen. Taylor Calls for End to Child Marriages; Bomi Traditional Council Agrees
During a weekend where Bongâ€™s Senator Jewel Howard Taylor called for the end of traditional practices that impeded access to education for girls, the head of the Bomi County Traditional Council, Chief Fakamu Samukai, has welcomed the idea to end early child marriages and promoting education for girls within his county.
Dr. Pailey: Dual Citizenship Bill Must Explicitly State Obligations of Dual Citizens
London-based Liberian scholar Robtel Neajai Pailey held a lecture at the University of Liberiaâ€™s main campus last Wednesday to present the findings of her doctoral research on dual citizenship and nationality.
Senate Passes Bill to Establish Vocational Center in Ganta
A bill to establish a vocation and technical institute in Ganta has been approved by the Senate after having left the House of Representatives in March 2014.