Monday night's kickoff between the Atlanta Falcons and the New Orleans Saints will mark the first regular season game at the Louisiana Superdome since Hurricane Katrina turned the stadium into a haven for people fleeing the floodwaters after the storm.
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.
New Orleans commemorated the one year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina with church services and jazz processionals while President Bush met with Mayor Ray Nagin and promised a better response to future hurricanes during a speech Tuesday. The NewsHour looks at…
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…
A year after Hurricane Katrina flooded New Orleans, residents find that despite promises of aid from local, state and federal governments, the city still lacks adequate medical care and other basic services.
Essayist Chris Rose, a columnist at the New Orleans Times-Picayune, talks about the Crescent City and the one question he hears the most these days.
Recent controversial reports said five elderly and terminally ill patients who were abandoned and proclaimed dead in a New Orleans hospital immediately after Hurricane Katrina were euthanized by the hospital staff.
More than 75 percent of public housing in New Orleans is unfit for human habitation after Hurricane Katrina. Rebuilding plans for these homes are underway but will take time, even though residents are ready now to return home.
The National Guard has been called to New Orleans to contain a surging crime problem as the city fights to rebuild its justice system.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Blanco said Monday she would send National Guard troops to New Orleans following a weekend of violence that left six people dead.
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