New Orleans

Lauren McCauley, staff writer
As the peaceful protest snaked through the streets of New Orleans, brass bands and second-line parade marchers walked behind a banner that read: "Bury white supremacy." (Photo: Brett Duke, Nola.com/ The Times-Picayune)
Hundreds of people marching through the streets of New Orleans on Sunday to celebrate the city's decision to remove a number of its Confederate monuments were confronted by white supremacists who were guarding a memorial to Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Organized by the campaign Take 'Em Down NOLA , the demonstration was billed as a "ceremony...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
Developing story... A federal judge in New Orleans on Monday gave final...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
Taking aim at Louisiana's "chronic underfunding" of its public defender system—...