The Federal Emergency Management Agency is under fire for wasting taxpayers' money on illegitimate disaster aid claims in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, though the agency contends it had to streamline procedures to send aid quickly to those in need.
By Admin and PBS NewsHour
Drawing upon the harsh lessons of Hurricane Katrina, hundreds of thousands of Texans -- many from Houston -- continued to evacuate the southeast corner of the state Thursday as Hurricane Rita spun toward the Gulf Coast.
By PBS NewsHour
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