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90-Year-Old Mom Finally Meets Daughter She Placed For Adoption 70 Years Ago
The reunion was sparked by a granddaughter who took a DNA test and got a list of relatives.
How 3 Other States Are Attacking Abortion Rights After Alabama's Ban
Anti-abortion lawmakers in Missouri, Louisiana and Michigan are hoping for the same success.
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Trump Promises Louisiana A Badly Needed Bridge, But Only If He Gets 4 More Years
Trump’s offer to back a local project on condition of his reelection comes close to behavior prohibited by a federal corruption statute, experts say.
Twitter Users Sock It To Louisiana Pol For Showing Off Weird Hairy Trump Socks
Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser lifted his pants leg to show his unusual socks to the president.
First Slavery, Then A Chemical Plant And Cancer Deaths: One Town's Brutal History
By Oliver Laughland and Jamiles Lartey, The Guardian U.S.
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Black Churches Burned By Arson See Donations Surge After Notre Dame Fire
“It’s all working out for the greater good," said a pastor at a Louisiana regional Baptist organization that includes three churches burned in alleged hate crimes.
Holden Matthews, Suspect In Louisiana Church Fires, Charged With Hate Crimes
The new charges confirm what police wouldn't initially say: that investigators believe the arsons were motivated by racism.
Suspect In Black Church Fires Arrested
Holden Matthews has been arrested in connection with fires at three separate black churches in Louisiana.
'Hate' May Have Driven Suspect Holden Matthews To Burn Black Churches
The son of a local sheriff’s deputy is accused of burning three churches in Louisiana.
Suspect Arrested In Louisiana In Connection With Fires At 3 Black Churches
Police arrested Holden Matthews, the 21-year-old son of a St. Landry Parish sheriff's deputy, in connection.
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Whoopi Goldberg Says Black Church Burnings Are 'Not Going To Stop People’s Faith’
The Louisiana congregations "can celebrate their relationship with God outside," the co-host of "The View" pointed out.
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Authorities Investigate String Of 'Suspicious' Fires At Black Churches In Louisiana
It isn't clear if fires at three historic churches in St. Landry Parish are connected, a fire marshal said.
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Thousands Of Ex-Felons Just Got The Right To Vote Back In Louisiana. There Are Still Big Obstacles.
“It’s just exhausting. The thing is it just reminded me of how difficult it is to just manage life with a conviction. Everything requires an extra step, or two, or three."
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Can The Netflix Model Eliminate The Most Infectious Disease In America?
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Louisiana and Washington want to pay a flat fee to hepatitis C drug makers, such as Gilead, AbbVie and Merck, for unlimited meds each year.
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Man In Gorilla Suit Breaks In Home, Hides Under Bed
In Louisiana, a person convicted of wearing a mask in public can be sentenced to three years in prison at most.
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Susan Collins Defends Brett Kavanaugh's Abortion Vote
The senator said Kavanaugh took a “logical approach” when the Supreme Court justice voted to uphold an anti-abortion law in Louisiana.
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Louisiana Cops Dressed In Blackface In 1993 To Fool Drug Buyers In Black Neighborhoods
The Baton Rouge Police Department apologized for the "inappropriate" photos of the white undercover cops.
Supreme Court Halts Louisiana Abortion Law
The Supreme Court has halted a Louisiana law that would have closed all but one abortion clinic.
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Supreme Court Blocks Louisiana Abortion Clinic Law
Chief Justice John Roberts joined the court's four liberals in putting a hold on the law.
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Man Suspected Of Killing 5 In Louisiana Arrested In Virginia: Sheriff
Officials believe that Dakota Theriot, 21, killed his parents and three others before going on the run.
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Louisiana Police Sucker Media With Offer To 'Test' Meth For Zika
The Harahan Police Department's faux Facebook post was an "attempt at humor."
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Tensions Flare When Neighbors Breathe Fire Over Dragon Christmas Display
Diana Rowland, whose Louisiana neighbor said her display was "totally inappropriate," hopes she finds the "true meaning of Christmas."
GOP Senator John Kennedy Opts Against Gubernatorial Run In Louisiana
The senator's decision is good news for Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards.
Endangered Dusky Gopher Frog Suffers Setback In Supreme Court Ruling
By Lawrence Hurley, Reuters
Justice Brett Kavanaugh didn't participate in the case, which was a victory for landowners.
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As States Push For Digital Drivers Licenses, Critics Cite Privacy Concerns
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States say digital licenses are convenient and safe. But critics say they might be a bad idea for civil rights. By Jenni
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After Teen’s Suicide, Family Says Police Mishandled Her Rape Investigation
The man she accused was sentenced to only a year of probation. Police said what happened "was consensual."
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