Lamar White, Jr.
Last month, James Carville closed his first class of the semester at LSU with moving dedication to former Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Babineaux Blanco.
"I don't know how I got to safety after the riot," a black trainee at Camp Claiborne recalled. "I only know one thing and that is, whenever anybody says, 'Remember Pearl Harbor,' I will say, 'I will remember Lee Street.'"
Last month, after being notified that personal correspondence in the government email accounts of two current Baton Rouge police officers contained...
Among Medicare enrollees, in 2013, the year before running for Congress, Ralph Abraham ranked as the 11th most prolific family practice opioid prescriber in Louisiana.
Abraham’s campaign hasn’t responded to reports that his pharmacies ordered a massive supply of opioids, but the numbers speak loudly.
The effort to ignore or mislead Louisiana about the significant volume of opioids dispensed at pharmacies owned by Dr. Ralph Abraham diminishes the severity of an American-made epidemic.
U.S. Rep. Ralph Abraham’s Pharmacies Dispensed Nearly 1.5 Million Doses of Opioids in Two Rural Louisiana Towns With a Combined Population of 6,000 People
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Louisiana College’s Draconian Policies on Social Media Use Horrifies Students, Professors, and Alumni
Multiple students believe the policy, among other things, will prevent victims from coming forward with allegations of sexual abuse.