I burst into tears. By tears, I don't mean a few drops marking my cheeks, I mean an uncontrollable sob, when emotions don't have words and all there is is a flood of water.
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Louisianans hardly see snow in the subtropical climate, let alone three snow days within one week. Overjoyed LSU students took to Twitter with the hashtag #SneauxDay to document how they spend their time when school is out.
Even if they weren't crooked, Louisiana seemed to pick leaders for reasons other than their executive ability. Jimmy Davis served two terms as governor on the strength of his hit song, "You Are My Sunshine."
In Louisiana, a new law has the potential to shut down every abortion provider in the state. Does that law ban abortions? No, not specifically. But it's an example of something that has become much more prevalent in recent years, namely TRAP laws.
How do Louisiana and West Virginia break out of their well-entrenched culture of dependency on the fossil fuel industry?
Think you know America's essential sights? Compare your past trips with our picks for domestic destinations every citizen should visit -- from pop culture icons to patriotic landmarks.
Today, the Earth got a little hotter. DAILY CLIMATE CHANGE: Global Map of Unusual Temperatures, Jan 22 2014 How unusual has the weather been? No ...
Learn from Louisiana. I think I just created a new slogan! We have our problems in this state, but as a result, we have also become an incubator of global solutions.
What is it about the unemployed, the uninsured and the undocumented that doesn't inspire conservatives to spring into action, as they do when they worry the right to hate may be limited?
Phil is not just some redneck who got rich and made it on television. He's the rule here in Louisiana, not the exception.
After studying Louisiana poverty in university, I hold a different view, and I was ready to slay St. George before it could materialize. Admittedly, I did not know its context, but I saw this same dilemma play out across the state.
Governors and lawmakers in 25 states who rebuff federal support to expand state Medicaid programs to 4.8 million low-income people under the ACA are sacrificing thousands of lives and pushing away enormous economic development opportunities.
You don't need to splurge on a trip to the Caribbean to spend time on the beach this winter. These four U.S. islands have the sandy shores, seafood shacks, and sunny skies that will have you thinking it's summer -- even when there's snow on the ground back home.