Many in Louisiana got no “I Voted” stickers
Lots of voters in Louisiana did not get the "I Voted" stickers on Election Day.
Secretary of state race, US House seats on Louisiana ballot
Louisiana has one statewide position on the ballot Tuesday, a special election to fill a secretary of state seat vacated because of a sexual harassment scandal, but the crowded primary competition has lacked the attention-grabbing nature of other states' races around the country.
Fox & NBC to stop airing Trump immigrant ad deemed racist (WATCH)
WATCH the ad for yourself.
Trump says election will be seen as referendum on him
President Donald Trump implored his supporters to vote on Tuesday, saying the media will treat the midterm results as a referendum on his presidency.
Packed competition for Louisiana’s secretary of state seat
Candidates vying to be Louisiana's secretary of state have talked about voting security, #MeToo issues and controversies over new voting machines.
Trump: Asylum seekers must go to ports of entry
President Donald Trump says asylum seekers must go to ports of entry in order to make a claim.
Synagogue suspect pleads not guilty as more funerals planned
With two more funerals set for Thursday, the anti-Semitic truck driver accused of gunning down 11 people at a Pittsburgh synagogue pleaded not guilty to federal charges that could put him on death row.
New Orleans council to fine Entergy $5M for phony supporters
The New Orleans City Council is considering imposing a $5 million fine on Entergy after it was discovered paid actors spoke on behalf of a new power plant in the eastern part of the city.
Strong early voting numbers in Louisiana ahead of election
More than 307,000 Louisiana residents voted in advance of next week's election, exceeding the state's early voting turnout for all but presidential election years, according to state data released Wednesday.
Louisiana voters to decide felon rights, gas tax spending
A look at the 6 Constitutional Amendments on the Nov. 6 ballot.
Diverse support for amendment requiring unanimous verdicts
The groups backing a constitutional amendment requiring unanimous jury verdicts in Louisiana felony trials are so politically diverse that casual observers might think support for the proposal is, well, unanimous.
Rae Ann Kelsch, longtime North Dakota lawmaker, dies
Former longtime Mandan Republican state Rep. Rae Ann Kelsch has died from a bacterial infection caused by eating raw oysters at a restaurant in New Orleans. She was 58.