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The Democratic minority leader, who is expected to become Speaker next month, made the comments after speaking with the president at the White House.

French prosecutors say a terror investigation has been opened into the shooting, while the gunman remains at large.

"It was heartbreaking," the woman said when she lost the ring. "I was embarrassed to tell my husband because it was meaningful."

For one Indiana family, their list of what they’re thankful for is extra long this year after they were told their son had less than a 1 percent chance of survival.

Nestled in Cleveland's historic Tremont neighborhood, not too far of a drive from Pittsburgh, a classic Christmas movie comes to life.

Lawyers for Trump's former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, asked a judge Tuesday to spare him prison time, saying he had devoted his career to his country and taken responsibility for an "uncharacteristic error in judgment."

Five people called the US Food Safety and Inspection Service to let them know they had found metal pieces in the sausage

Guests can enjoy re-created scenes from their favorite mother-daughter duo, with original props and costumes all around.

There's no denying it: The 2003 rap song "Choppa Style" is quickly becoming a favorite among the New Orleans Saints and their fans.

New Orleans businesses requesting local tax breaks through a controversial state program would need to provide well-paying local jobs and meet other requirements under new guidelines approved by a City

Louisiana’s top health official said 2019 will be the “year of public health,” with the state agency shifting its focus to “social determinants” like stress, housing, diet and other environmental

The American Bar Association said Jonathan Kobes had not shown "sufficient evidence of a developed ability to do the written work" for the job

The mid-term elections have come and gone without a lot of fanfare in Louisiana, but the elections for Jefferson Parish School Board produced some surprising results.

Amy Duffy has "decked the halls" of a Pittsburgh commuter bus to spread Christmas cheer to passengers.

Charges were dropped against the mother whose 1-year-old son was forcefully yanked away by New York Police Department officers last week.

It’s pretty complicated trying to keep track of all the Democrats who may or may not be running for president against Donald Trump in 2020. So here’s one handy tip: