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First lady asks for Latinos' help on health care

Mega Millions jackpot climbs as nobody wins $425M

Steady rain greets Jazz Fest as 1st weekend closes

Former Marine paddles away 2 tours in Afghanistan

Another disaster brings candidates to Gulf Coast

SUPER BOWL WATCH: Katrina, Coin flip bets, Modell

US Gulf oyster harvest nose-dives since BP spill

La. town turns to healing after hostage standoff

From solemn to spectacular, July 4th celebrated

Cruise passengers return home, feds probe fire

As Isaac pushes north, Gulf Coast slowly recovers

4 wounded in shooting during Mardi Gras revelry

Little Big Town, Fleetwood Mac at Jazz Fest

Mardi Gras revelry ends, Lenten season begins

Last of Senate's Deep South Democrats defeated

Lifers, short-timers get horticulture licenses

Young musicians cling to Cajun, zydeco traditions

19 years later, Essence Fest still holding strong

Bruce Springsteen at 2014 Jazz Fest

Gulf of Mexico residents hail ruling against BP

Isaac finally leaves Gulf uncertainty fills gap

Weakening Isaac hovers over water-logged Louisiana

Hospital releases 3 New Orleans shooting victims

Police: Man, 19, sought in N.O. parade shootings

New Orleans ex-mayor: From reformer to convict

Police seek help in Bourbon Street shooting

Passengers slog home after 'horrible' Gulf cruise

Aguilera makes Jazz Fest debut

Hope, resentment in new charter school landscape

Misery in La. as Isaac flooding leaves power out

Obama: Help is on the way to hurricane zone

La. town turns to healing after hostage standoff

Rig owner eyes relief well to divert gas off coast

Man says 1973 UFO incident turned life upside down

Sunken tugboat pulled from Miss. River bottom

POPE LIVE: End of a papacy, dawn of a retirement

POPE LIVE: Around the world as a new pope emerges

Chavez's try to be savior of poor floundered in US

Widow works to preserve Evers' civil-rights legacy

Beyonce just 1 of many stars at Super Bowl

New Orleans streetcar line to get Super Bowl debut

July 4th saluted with fireworks, parades, parties

Days after Isaac, thousands still in the dark