The rest of the U.S. may have moved on, but along the coast where oil drifted to shore, residents are still waiting for some kind of closure.
In the Lone Star state, opponents of the project are chaining themselves to machinery, filing lawsuits, and gathering en masse outside the Whole Foods flagship store.
Scenes from a weekend of passionate gun-related rallies across the political spectrum
Anticipating tighter restrictions, shoppers in Kenner, Louisiana, flocked to a large show yesterday to buy AR-15 rifles and assert their belief in self-defense.
After being leveled by Hurricane Sandy and then blanketed in snow, a neighborhood tries to salvage what's left.
The town of Seaside Heights, made famous through the MTV reality show, was one of the barrier island communities destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. A photographer takes a closer look.
They're not the only ones fighting the new supply line. So are East Texas landowners whose properties the construction cross-cuts.
Police and protestors clash as the populist movement tries to reclaim its momentum with an anniversary rally in Manhattan.
As the flood waters recede, cattle huddle on front porches and cats ride away in canoes.
The city is still reeling from the gale that landed earlier this week. But as residents know all too well, it could have been worse.
A small, well-behaved coalition of anti-war and Occupy Wall Street protestors didn't faze a phalanx of riot police arrayed to meet them.
Despite only tepid support for Mitt Romney, the overall message was still that Barack Obama must be defeated.
Photos from yesterday's Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day, which drew huge crowds to a branch in Metairie, Louisiana.
A Louisiana official says the state's barrier islands are vanishing "like sugar in coffee." That's bad news for the waterfowl whose newly hatched chicks are being washed away.
The police never had to fire tear gas. But there was blood and drama in the streets of Chicago this week as environmentalists played dead and veterans threw away their medals of honor.
The blighted auto capital may soon become the first major U.S. city to have all of its public services privatized. A photographer wanders the ruins of a crumbling metropolis.
The movement managed to cause some trouble in the Big Apple, but fell short of aggressive plans to shut down the city.
In weekly spring training sessions, protesters are learning new tactics for getting around the police.
A buyback program pays locals to hand over weapons -- with no questions asked.
After the shooting death of a New Orleans toddler, a photographer decides to see firsthand what police are doing about violent crime.