High prices are driving even more drilling in areas where fracking took off in the 2000s.
A New Orleans-based journalist and homeowner reflects on Louisiana’s long road to recovery and its "care" infrastructure.
"The longer the power's off, the more of a threat to a person's life safety," a former FEMA administrator says.
The Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana abortion law. For many women, having the procedure already requires travel and substantial financial costs.
Chief Justice John Roberts joined with his four more liberal colleagues in the 5-4 ruling.
Lawmakers in the state of Louisiana are debating when food products can be called “rice.”
"Everyone becomes on edge when you hear any type of heavy rainfall," a Louisiana homeowner says.
One organization's search for the best way to get people what they needed, fast.
Tide, Duracell and Clorox are just some of the brand names flocking to the region.
The federal insurance program is already $24 billion in debt.