Two days before the third presidential election, the presidential contenders spotlighted the economy as John McCain distanced himself from President Bush's financial policies and Barack Obama introduced a new economic rescue plan. Kwame Holman reports on the latest from the…
Powerful storms and tornados tore across five southern states Tuesday night, leaving at least 54 dead. After a report on the weather disaster, the governor of Tennessee details the cleanup efforts and a weather expert offers insight on the storms.
Two years after a tsunami devastated Southeast Asia, the region's hardest hit areas continue to deal with the aftermath. Regional experts discuss efforts to restore the economy and society in the most affected areas.
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.
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.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
The devastation left by hurricanes Katrina and Rita on the Gulf Coast will require the largest recovery and rebuilding effort ever undertaken by the United States.
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