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9 hrs ago | The Advocate
In what amounted to his first stump speech since taking office in September, U.S. Attorney Kenneth Polite Jr. on Wednesday pledged to bring the full resources of the federal government to bear on New Orleans' violent crime problem, without diminishing his office's long-standing focus on public corruption.
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13 hrs ago | NOLA.com
State Sen. Dan Claitor, R-Baton Rouge, confirmed Wednesday he would enter the race for Louisiana's 6th Congressional District.
13 hrs ago | The Times
WASHINGTON -- Rep. Vance McAllister was denied the seat he wanted on the powerful House Appropriations Committee, but landed spots on two panels important to Louisiana -- the Agriculture Committee and Natural Resources Committee.
22 hrs ago | NOLA.com
President Barack Obama said Tuesday the troubled Affordable Care Act website is now "working well for the vast majority of users" and vowed to fight continued Republican efforts to strip away the law's protections.
Yesterday | The Town Talk
These students have been required to take remedial courses the first one or two semesters before registering for freshman courses.
The whiplash was induced by what seems like the most rapid reversal of partisan fortune ever.
So far this year, there have been three $100,000 campaign donations in Louisiana -- two of them for the newly formed David Vitter Super PAC, the Fund for Louisiana's Future .
"If you have justice, justice is pure on both sides. That's the only way our system of justice is going to work."
Although national Republican leaders have cautioned GOP candidates not to make the Affordable Care Act their lone issue in 2014, the race against Louisiana Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu is shaping up to be almost exclusively about healthcare reform.
Jimmy Carter was the last U.S. president to visit Iran, back before the Islamic revolution in 1979 and the subsequent hostage crisis.
In this Dec. 5, 2012 file photo, Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La. speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington.
The Wall Street Journal has editorialized against legislation to delay flood insurance premium increases resulting from the 2012 Biggert-Waters legislation.
A state senator considering a conservative bid for Senate in Louisiana has opted out of the race, and is instead backing Rep. Bill Cassidy in his challenge to Sen. Mary Landrieu .
Democrats are praying that this weekend's relaunch of the Obamacare Web site will save them from an electoral bloodbath in 2014.
A conservative group is taking to the airwaves in Louisiana Monday to attack Sen. Mary Landrieu for supporting President Obama's judicial nominees.
A poll about the fortunes of Louisiana U.S. Senate candidates next year and gubernatorial candidates the year after provided excellent news for Republicans in federal office and highlighted the continually deteriorating position of Democrats in the state.