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Americans who make it through the coronavirus pandemic should be allowed to get alcohol delivered and as takeout for the rest of their lives.
Inside an ICE facility in Louisiana, detainees say ICE is depriving them of masks, under-testing for COVID-19, and moving migrants around the country
About 48% of detainees tested for in ICE facilities are positive for COVID-19. Detainees told Business Insider they're not getting basic supplies.
9 charts reveal how outbreaks in US coronavirus hot spots have progressed daily since the beginning of March
As the US surpasses 788,000 cases — more than any other country — data shows how the virus is spreading across some of its biggest hot spots.
Louisiana pastor Tony Spell, who defied stay-at-home orders to hold in-person church services, turned himself in to police after driving a bus toward ...
Tony Spell, of Life Tabernacle Church in Louisiana, turned himself in to police and was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Louisiana’s lieutenant governor says the state may have canceled Mardi Gras with federal guidance ‘had we known what was to come’
Billy Nungesser said he and other Louisiana officials "probably would have taken other action" amid federal advice in the novel coronavirus pandemic.
At least 6 people are dead in Mississippi as strong tornadoes and severe storms threaten millions in the South
The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch across 11 counties in central Mississippi until 9 p.m. local time on Sunday.
Constant fear, missed milestones, and showers before hugs: The coronavirus is unleashing an agonizing ‘new normal’ on medical workers and ...
"If these are the final days I have with my husband, I don't want to live apart from him," said the pregnant wife of a medical resident in Louisiana.
An evangelical pastor who was charged after holding in-person church services says he doesn’t like livestreams because he can’t touch pari...
Tony Spell, an evangelical pastor at the Life Tabernacle Church in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, was charged with six misdemeanor charges on Tuesday.
Governors warn that state healthcare supplies and hospitals could be overwhelmed as soon as early April
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer warned as hospitals struggle to confront the coronavirus, the state could be in "dire straits in a matter of days."
Drew Brees is partnering with Harvest Food Bank, Ochsner Health Systems, and local restaurants to provide meals across Louisiana.