Nearly six weeks after Justice Minister Musa Dean recused himself, President George Weah has constituted a committee to investigate the Global Witness oil corruption report.
The management of Sime Darby Plantation in Liberia has officially responded to a facebook video that shows a man being tortured after being accused of stealing an oil palm fruit bunch.
The Liberian National Police says its investigators are exploring all efforts to arrest and bring to justice anyone linked to the death of the late Super FM journalist who was discovered dead on Monday.
George Kailando, the CEO of Super Communications Incorporated, has promised a ransom of US$5,000 for anyone who will provide information leading to the arrest of perpetrators of the killing of his late employee.
Trinity Children Center, a charity mission for child development, is appealing for support amid what it says is an increased number of children it is now caring for after the Ebola epidemic.
A Liberian-own transportation and car rental services company has launched an airport shuttle service aimed at reducing the inconveniences for people traveling in and out of the country through the Roberts International Airport.
All 11 Nimba lawmakers are now fully represented at the 54th National Legislature following the official certification of the final representative-elect from the October 10 representative elections.
The immediate past president of the President Union of Liberia, Abdullai Kamara, is dead. Kamara was pronounced dead at the Phebe Para Medical Hospital in Suakoko on Tuesday morning, after being rushed there between 1:00 and 2:00 a.m.