President Barack Obama met in Baton Rouge with the families of Alton Sterling and slain law enforcement officers.
More than 20,000 have been rescued from flooding in Louisiana. These are photos from people in the region and stories of how you can help.
James Tullier, the father of a Baton Rouge Sheriff’s corporal fighting for his life after the mass shooting, posted a viral Facebook “Good Samaritan story” about his son. Read it here.
Rudy and Josh Johnson, the brothers of reality TV star Toya Wright, were reportedly killed in New Orleans early Sunday morning.
David Duke announced that he is running for a U.S. Senate seat to represent Louisiana. He’s got over a dozen Republican opponents though.
Gavin Long was seen on surveillance video during his fatal attack on Baton Rouge police officers. Louisiana State Police released still pictures you can see here.
Gavin Long, the gunman who killed three police officers in a Baton Rouge, had three guns. See photos of the weapons used in the attack here.
The suspected gunman that killed three officers and injured three more, Gavin Long, speaks on Youtube about racial oppression, protesting, and more. Watch the videos here.
Gavin Long, the former Marine who killed three police officers in Baton Rouge, called himself Cosmo Setepenra online. See photos of him from social media here.
Montrell Jackson was one of three police officers killed in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on Sunday. Here are photos of the veteran of the department.
Hillary Clinton has issued a response to the police shootings in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Three officers were killed.
Jihadists on pro-Islamic State terrorist channels are encouraging “the black community” to join their version of Islam to help wage war on the US government after today’s attack by Gavin Eugene Long in Louisiana.
Gavin Eugene Long, also known as Cosmo Setepenra, of Kansas City, Missouri, has been identified as the gunman who killed three police officers in Baton Rouge.
Three officers, including Montrell Jackson, were killed in an ambush in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where there is tension with police after the death of Alton Sterling.
President Barack Obama released a statement on Sunday after the deaths of three Baton Rouge Police Officers.