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Crime is By Far The Biggest Concern in New Orleans Seven in 10 Residents Say Americans Have Forgotten The City's Plight African-Americans View Their Recovery Differently; It's Much Slower MENLO PARK, Calif., Aug.
"The ultimate result of shielding men from the effects of folly is to fill the world with fools." -- Herbert Spencer Hurricane Gustav last week spared New Orleans a Katrina-like onslaught. While it was still a bad Category 2 storm, the levees held.
By Elizabeth Walters Would you come back? This is the question that dogs me every morning as I drive through the streets of New Orleans.
By Adam Nossiter and Shaila Dewan John Schwartz contributed reporting.
U.S. President George Bush said Sunday he would skip the Republican National Convention and head to Texas to be with hurricane evacuees and emergency personnel.
By The Associated Press CHICAGO (AP) - As New Orleans residents warily track another threatening storm, a new report presents the clearest picture yet of deaths from Katrina in Louisiana.
By BECKY BOHRER By Becky Bohrer The Associated Press NEW ORLEANS Police with bullhorns plan to go street to street this weekend with a tough message about getting out ahead of Hurricane Gustav: This time there will be no shelter of last resort. The doors to the Superdome will be locked.
By Caren Bohan GULFPORT, Mississippi (Reuters) - One year after Hurricane Katrina battered the U.S. Gulf Coast and his political standing, President George W. Bush acknowledged on Monday that a complete recovery was still a long way off.
By Russell McCulley NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - Storm-weary New Orleans residents were relieved to hear Tropical Storm Ernesto was likely to give the jazz city a miss but prepared for the worst on Sunday just in case it turned toward them just a year after Hurricane Katrina hit.
By Tabassum Zakaria KENNEBUNKPORT, Maine (Reuters) - Nearly one year after Hurricane Katrina created a humanitarian and political crisis, President George W.
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