The editor of FrontPage Africa Rodney Sieh and the management of OK FM have both apologized to an associate justice of the Supreme Court for their recent publications that accused him of breaking traffic laws.
Lift Liberia Fellowship Program, an initiative aiming to train young leaders, says it has graduated 31 participants in its fourth circle of youth leadership and entrepreneurship training.
Citizens in Lofa have added their views to the mixed reactions on President George Weahâ€™s recent proposal to the legislature to abolish holding by-elections.
At the official opening of a special presidential retreat held at the Farmington Hotel over the weekend, President George Weah appealed to members of the National Legislature to approve eight revised propositions for referendum to amend the 1986 constitution.
Less than two weeks to the planned June 7 protest in Monrovia, prominent lawyer Arthur Johnson has announced plans to petition the Supreme Court to prevent organizers from going ahead with the protest.
Several past and present lawmakers have filed a US$2 million lawsuit against Philipbert Browne, the owner, and publisher of the Hot Pepper newspaper.
Liberiaâ€™s former president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has admitted what has been obvious to the public â€“ that a feud ensued between her and former vice president Joseph Boakai during the 2017 presidential elections.
Philipbert Browne, the owner, and publisher of the Hot Pepper newspaper that broke the news about the missing billions in new banknotes on September 13, is due to appear before lawmakers today, Nov. 22, to testify about claims he has made that representatives received bribes to authorize the printing of the new notes.