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4 hrs ago | The Town Talk
Louisiana's higher education commissioner said Wednesday that he won't seek a contract renewal when his current deal as the state's chief policy leader for public colleges ends in March.
Is racial profiling justified?
Whose policies do more to help the poor?
8 hrs ago | Boston.com
Under pressure to cut costs, state universities and lawmakers across the nation are going after one of the oldest traditions in the academic world: the professor's cherished sabbatical.
11 hrs ago | The Advocate
U.S. Sen. David Vitter emailed supporters that he would soon decide whether to run for governor in 2015, but Louisiana Democrats are already targeting him.
16 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Sen. David Vitter says he will make an announcement in January about whether he'll run for governor in 2015.
20 hrs ago | Free Republic
I have come to a conclusion. The federal government, especially under the Obama administration, does not like success.
22 hrs ago | The Daily Beast
Drubbed out of the 2012 race after his 'oops' moment, the Texas governor is back for more, criss-crossing the country in what certainly looks like the early stages of a 2016 bid.
Public school letter grades, teacher evaluations and student promotion won't be affected by Louisiana's shift to more rigorous educational standards for two years, the state's top school board decided Tuesday.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal answers questions from renowned legal commentator Jeffrey Rosen after a speech on energy policy at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia on Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013.
BATON ROUGE -- After months of dodging the talk, U.S. Sen. David Vitter says he's weighing whether he'll run to be Louisiana's next governor, with plans to decide by January.
President of Americans for Tax Reform Grover Norquist, right, speaks with editor Brian Kelly and others during a lunch at the U.S. News & World Report offices Monday in Georgetown.
In this Aug.30, 2013 file photo, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal speaks in Orlando, Fla.
To some extent, issues didn't matter that much. The endorsements of major politicos who finished out of the money in the primary, the more genuine manner of young businessman Vance McAllister, endorsements by some of the "Duck Dynasty" family - all were probably more central to McAllister's come-from-behind win.
State Treasurer John Kennedy is everywhere, never further away than today's headlines.
Pelican Energy Consultants will expand its operations in St. Tammany Parish, hiring 195 new employees.
Do states have the right to direct education for the students that reside there? If the latest battle in Louisiana is any indication, some in the federal government won't be happy with anything other than invasion of your rights.
One probably can understand former Commissioner of Administration Paul Rainwater for not putting the kibosh on that ill-fated $194 million contract with CNSI in mid-2011.
While Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has forever been penning opinion pieces nationally as to how the Obamacare engine will wreck even if the website gets a fix, and while he continues to claim it is stupid to discuss the 2016 elections, others, who make their own living at this type of thing, have their own opinions.