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    1. Miss Louisiana 2017 calls herself "adorkable." She's quick to laugh, and she's a renaissance woman who's passionate about politics, Harry Potter and ventriloquism. Laryssa said ...

    2. "It makes me more concerned," the Louisiana senator said shortly after the score was released. The CBO score said the Republican healthcare bill meant to repeal and replace Obamacare ...

    3. “Duck Dynasty” stars Jase and Missy Robertson said voters are holding Democrats accountable for efforts to obstruct President Trump’s agenda. “It seems like [Democrats] are being delusional ...

    4. America is on its way to divorce court

      Bangor Daily News9 hours ago

      There is a place for contempt in our public discourse. Back when U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Arizona, was shot in 2011, many on the left were quick to blame conservative political rhetoric ...

    5. Republican Handel wins Georgia race, thanks Donald Trump

      Associated Press via Yahoo News6 days ago

      She noted last week's shooting of Republican Majority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana and said politics has become too embittered. "My pledge is to be part of the solution, to ...

    6. Rural Americans are more likely to see their communities as neighborly, safe and with better schools than those who live in cities. But racial divides are stark.

    7. Repeatedly hitting a wall of opposition from House Republicans, Gov. John Bel Edwards is trying a new tactic for the next round of tax negotiations, telling GOP leaders to get behind a plan ...

    8. She noted last week's shooting of Republican Majority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana and said politics has become too embittered. "My pledge is to be part of the solution, to ...

    9. A Nebraska Democratic official has been removed from his chairman post after recordings emerged in which he said he was glad that House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, R-Louisiana, was shot and that he wished he had died. “I’m glad he got shot.

    10. Louisiana cellphone bills will be edging up later this year. Gov. John Bel Edwards announced Monday that he has signed into law a bill enacting a new 4.5-cent monthly tax on cellphones ...

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