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The Senate appears well on the way to follow the lead of the House and pass a bipartisan budget deal that eases some of the automatic budget cuts known as sequester.
An oil tanker docked at the ConocoPhillips Alliance Refinery in Belle Chasse, La., which exports many processed petroleum products.
A congressional committee came to town Monday to look into alleged problems with local navigators guiding Texans trying to buy insurance through President Obama's new health program.
The Obamacare debacle continues. The "net enrollment stands at about negative four million," according to calculations made by the Wall Street Journal from the minute amount of usable information being released by Obama Administration.
She did not listen to the citizens of Louisiana whom she is supposed to represent.
To paraphrase Mark Twain, reports of a deathly quiet mayoral election were greatly exaggerated.
The ad by the Senate Majority PAC hits Cassidy, a physician and Republican congressman from Baton Rouge, for voting to raise the retirement age to 70, alluding to a provision in a Republican Study Committee budget proposal he supported.
The City of Vidalia plans to offer public wireless Internet at the city municipal complex and on the Mississippi River front next year.
Because it sets a top-line budget number for 2015, Democrats won't have to write and pass a budget resolution in the midterm election year.
Rodrigue, a native of southwest Louisiana, was 69 when he died of cancer Saturday in Houston.
The U.S. House finally caught the holiday spirit and came together to approve a two-year budget deal on an overwhelming 332-to-94 vote in order to avoid another government shutdown in mid-January.
Surrounded by a throng of reporters and bathed in the bright lights of tv cameras from all over the world, Andrew Breitbart was in his element.
Vulnerable Senate Democrats appear poised to back the two-year budget deal approved by the House.
WASHINGTON - Groups opposed to the Affordable Care Act are spending millions of dollars in the South, including at least $140,000 in Mississippi, on television ads bashing the 2010 law and targeting Democrats up for re-election next year.
While others in these parts have teed off with admirable vigor on House Speaker John Boehner's oddly shrill anti-conservative budget deal offensive, I'd like to offer a little something to study in contrast: Senator Mary Landrieu pulling the rip cord and trying to blast herself clear of the ObamaCare tailspin.