"They’re applying on-campus rules to these children, even though they’re learning virtually in their own homes."
Sen. Josh Hawley Says He 'Took on an Asian Trafficking Ring' and 'Freed a Dozen Women in Sex Slavery.' That's Not True.
As a state attorney, the young GOP senator oversaw raids of more than a dozen massage parlors, but he didn’t secure a single sex trafficking conviction.
Plus: More states pause reopening, Oregon measure to legalize psilocybin moves forward, and more...
While there are still numerous barriers to access in Louisiana's medical marijuana system, a specific list of "qualifying conditions" will no longer be one of them.
Fate Vincent Winslow, who has never committed a violent crime, fears catching coronavirus in prison.
A 50-year-old precedent was tossed, which caused three justices to dissent.
Social media users seem to think so. The Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office says it's "false information."
Louisiana Prosecutors Say They Can't Be Sued Over the Fake Subpoenas They Used To Pressure Witnesses Into Testifying
In several cases, victims received higher bonds than criminal defendants and were forced to serve jail time.
As California moves to ban the sale of alligator products, alligator farmers and fashionistas are joining forces.
Two police officers fired 18 bullets into a car even after the driver put his hands in the air.
A New Orleans rapper is charged with child desertion after letting her five-year-old son take a Lyft by himself to school.
But what she did wasn't actually illegal.
In a 5-4 decision, the Court issued a temporary stay of a Louisiana law that could put abortion doctors out of business.
The Saints were robbed. But that's not Congress' problem.
Louisiana Police Spread Fake News About Zika-Infected Meth, Then Admit They Made It up for 'Attention'
The officer who cooked up the story adds that he collects "a lot of great (and incredibly raw) intelligence" by reading comment threads.
Organization helps poor people cover costs to get out of jail before their trials. Why is this a problem?
Because that's totally going to fix congressional incompetence.
End of a Jim Crow-era law a potential win for jury nullification.
Investigation Discovery documentary details the shooting death of a young man in police custody, absurdly framed as a suicide.
Louisiana Attorney General Wants State to Hurry Up on Executions—Even If That Means Using 'Hanging, Firing Squad, or Electrocution'
The death penalty may surface as a key issue in the upcoming gubernatorial election in Louisiana.
It's the only state to require the nonsensical license, and its state senators just voted to keep it that way.
Justice for Sandy Meadows.
No adults seem embarrassed by this reaction. They should be.
"In our case, he stepped on the wrong people's constitutional rights because we knew our rights."
A civil rights lawsuit says a state judge and a private company are effectively holding defendants for ransom.
Louisiana's pre-trial diversion programs helps drivers avoid higher insurance premiums-and enriches DAs' offices.
If you're wondering why Louisiana has the highest incarceration rate in the world, it's because of cases like this.
Louisiana already illustrating potential for abuse.
Facing a huge human and fiscal cost, a Louisiana task force is recommending major changes to how the state's criminal justice system.
"Stop resisting!" becomes "Stop committing a hate crime against my profession!"
Justice Dept. threatens intervention to stop unconstituional 'investigative holds.'
Police unsurprisingly want to punish speech against them.
If the government can't do disaster recovery as well as the private sector, could it at least not make things any harder?
Man charged with felony enhancement for yelling slurs at police while being arrested.
And new federal regulations could add to the cost of rebuilding or force some residents to abandon their homes.
"If you're gonna lie about me...I'm gonna come after you," says Sheriff Jerry Larpenter.