President Bush marked the one year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans Tuesday with a speech where he admitted problems in the federal response to the disaster and pledged more funds for rebuilding efforts.
President Bush arrived in Biloxi, Miss. Monday to survey the region's recovery effort in the year since Hurricane Katrina. His next stop is New Orleans. The city's leaders and residents discuss the changes that have taken place since the hurricane…
One year after Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast of Mississippi, the city's infrastructure remains in disarray and businesses are still suffering in parts of the state. The NewsHour provides a report from three recovering cities.
Hurricanes Katrina and Rita caused more than 400,000 people to flee New Orleans and the Mississippi Gulf Coast region, according to Census Bureau figures released Wednesday.
John Merrow has been reporting on the efforts of New Orleans schools to remain open in the wake of the Hurricane Katrina disaster, which destroyed much of the infrastructure of the school systems in the Gulf Coast.
Residents of Moss Point, Miss. have just a small clinic to cater to their medical needs after Hurricane Katrina destroyed much of the area last year.
Born in Gulfport, Miss., poet Natasha Trethewey recently returned to the coast of Mississippi to witness the effects of Hurricane Katrina on the landmarks she elegized in her book "Native Guard."…
The National Historic Trust for Historic Preservation released Wednesday its annual list of endangered sites, including buildings and neighborhoods. Jeffrey Brown speaks with Trust President Richard Moe.
By PBS NewsHour
Mississippi residents packed into town hall meetings this week to offer their views of how to rebuild the coastline damaged by Hurricane Katrina.
By PBS NewsHour
Coastal residents desperate for water and food are facing long lines and deteriorating conditions as hundreds of National Guardsmen arrive to keep order in the hardest-hit areas of the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
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