Even though New Orleans has a reputation as a party town, there were moving gestures of support for lives touched by the tragedy in Orlando.
A national group is challenging the new law signed by Louisiana's Gov. John Bel Edwards that classifies attacks on police officers as hate crimes.
Thirteen years after the Supreme Court struck down antisodomy laws, some Southern officials plead ignorance of the ruling.
Here's everything you need to know about the dude who is as famous for his antigay (and now anti-transgender) rhetoric, as he is for those duck sounds he makes on TV.
After hearing a cashier allegedly demean gays at a New Orleans store, a customer came out and then was promptly refused service, she says.
John Bel Edwards's executive order includes a religious exemption, however, and applies to state contractors but not other private employers.
John Bel Edwards says he will soon repeal Bobby Jindal's Marriage and Conscience Order, which allows for antigay discrimination.