Kids Praised For Stopping Game, Kneeling For Funeral ProcessionA group of young men in Louisiana weren't seeking any attention during their pickup basketball game, however a small sign of respect has made them social media stars.
10 Year Anniversary: Remembering Hurricane KatrinaWith prayer and the somber ringing of church bells, residents in Mississippi and Louisiana gathered Saturday to mark the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
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Louisiana Lawmakers Shelve Divisive Religious Objections Bill Pushed By JindalLouisiana lawmakers on Tuesday shelved a divisive religious objections bill pushed by Gov. Bobby Jindal that has thrust the state into the national debate about where religious freedoms end and the rights of same-sex couples begin.
La. Gets Break From 'No Child Left Behind' RulesFederal officials have again granted Louisiana a waiver from compliance with the Bush-era No Child Left Behind education law.
Jindal: GOP 'Better Not Waste' Election VictoriesLouisiana governor urges Congressional majorities leaders to do more than simply reject President Obama's policies.
Senate Dems' Campaign Committee Cancels Plans For TV Ads In Louisiana's Major Markets To Help LandrieuSenate Democrats' campaign committee on Thursday began canceling plans for television ads in Louisiana's major markets to help Sen. Mary Landrieu's runoff campaign against Republican Bill Cassidy, making her re-election bid an even steeper challenge.
Louisiana Senate Race Headed To Runoff In DecemberThe Louisiana Senate race will be decided in December.
Polls Suggest Louisiana Senate Race Headed For December RunoffThreatened with ouster in a state trending more heavily Republican, U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu wasn't certain to know her political fate Tuesday, as voters cast their ballots in Louisiana's tight Senate race.
Sen. Landrieu: I'm 'Not Backing Up From Things I Have Supported President Obama On'Democratic U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu said Monday that she is "not backing up" from President Barack Obama, but she also insisted that she had a record of bipartisanship during Louisiana's latest Senate race debate.
Jindal: 'We Must Be Willing To Pay The Price For Peace'Urging both political parties to "pay the price for peace," Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal on Monday said the United States must boost military spending by tens of billions of dollars to help end what he described chaos and conflict around the world.
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