The case concerned a law that would leave the state with just one abortion provider.
Two women on H-2B visas say they fell ill with COVID-19 but were told not to leave company housing for the hospital -- allegations the company denies.
The storm is expected to keep inundating the northern Gulf Coast well into Monday.
Roads flooded in coastal Louisiana and Mississippi, and thousands were without power even before the the storm made landfall.
Freshwater diversion projects that have divided environmental advocates are intended to save the coast but may imperil dolphins.
The legislation could inflict harsh new punishments on Black protesters opposing a massive complex of plastics plants on what are likely slave burial grounds.
The Rev. Tony Spell was accused of menacing a protester with a church bus.
Divided votes had been allowed to result in convictions in Louisiana and Oregon.
The people who cleaned up the 200 million-gallon Deepwater Horizon oil spill say they are still dealing with the health and economic fallout.
His congregant died due to COVID-19, but Tony Spell still plans to keep his church open while asking for people's stimulus checks.