Amid Harassment Claims, Schedler Re-Emerges At Capitol
Secretary of state Tom Schedler, the state's top elections official, appeared before the House Appropriations Committee for a budget hearing Tuesday.
Finalists Named In Search For La. Higher Ed Leader
The Board of Regents intends to name the new commissioner at its April 18 meeting.
Deadly Package Explosion Kills 1 Boy, Injures 1 Woman
Investigators believe a package bomb that killed a teen and wounded a woman in Austin on Monday is linked to a similar bombing that killed a man elsewhere in the city this month, and they're considering whether race was a factor because all of the victims were black.
AG Files Suit Over Removal Of Vermilion Teacher From Meeting
Attorney General Jeff Landry's lawsuit accuses the Vermilion Parish School Board and its members of violating the state's Open Meetings Law by stifling public debate
Trump Economic Adviser Gary Cohn To Resign
Top Trump economic adviser Gary Cohn is leaving the White House after breaking with President Donald Trump on trade policy.
Police Respond To Shots Fired at Central Michigan University
School officials say police are responding to a report of shots fired at a residence hall at Central Michigan University.
White House Communications Director Hope Hicks Resigning
The news comes a day after Hicks was interviewed for nine hours by the panel investigating Russia interference in the 2016 election
Supreme Court Rejects Administration Appeal Over Immigration
The Supreme Court is rejecting the Trump administration's highly unusual bid to get the justices to intervene in the controversy over protections for hundreds of thousands of young immigrants.