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Aug. 29, 2005: Hurricane Katrina makes landfall on the Gulf Coast
The Category 4 hurricane approached New Orleans, where the most destruction was expected.
Sessions Supporters Weigh In on the Confirmation Hearings
Community leader Bob Woodson says the opposition is using race to sink Sen. Jeff Sessions' nomination.
Ted Cruz Invites Donald Trump to One-on-One Debate
The GOP candidate told ABC's Tom Llamas Trump is "afraid of the people of Iowa."
From Despair To Hope: How One National Guardswoman Reconciles Memories Of Katrina
The girl was 8 or 9 and had cerebral palsy , and she was having a seizure. Of course, she was just one person among a crush of thousands who had gathered at the Superdome to escape the flooding caused by Hurricane Katrina , but she needed help, and she needed it immediately. Ebony Carter, then a
New Orleans, the Comeback City After Katrina: Part 4
As people slowly began to return, spirits were uplifted when the New Orleans Saints won the 2009 Super Bowl.
10 Years After Katrina, New Orleans Still on the Mend But Making Strides
Ten years after Hurricane Katrina , arguably the nation's worst natural disaster, there are remarkable signs of progress along the Gulf Coast. In 2005, the Category 3 hurricane slammed the Gulf Coast, destroying more than 600,000 homes. In New Orleans, Louisiana, the levees failed and flooded the
FBI Investigating Former White House Military Aide
The FBI is investigating a former top military aide to three U.S. presidents and his firm over allegations it bilked foreign investors out of millions of dollars by touting his White House ties and making promises of quick U.S. Green Cards to raise funds for a giant hotel complex, ABC News has
Ray Nagin Indicted on Corruption Charges
Former New Orleans mayor faces 21 counts including wire fraud, money laundering.
Ray Nagin : Former New Orleans Mayor Indicted for Bribery
Nagin Was Charged With Bribery, Honest Service Wire Fraud, Money Laundering, Conspiracy and Filing False Tax Returns
Katrina Pols Weather Legacy of Storm's Trials
Hurricane Katrina remains significant not only for the devastation it wrought across the Gulf coast but as a test of leadership and mettle for an entire class of elected and appointed figures at all levels of government. It was a defining moment for mayors, governors, state and national lawmakers,