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Guard to Double Relief Effort

The Army National Guard is doubling the number of troops being sent to the Gulf in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

Pulling up Roots

A doctor who lives in New Orleans considers pulling up roots and relocating.

Katrina Response

The Homeland Security secretary says he's pleased with the federal response, but not everyone agrees that the government is doing everything it could do.

Richard Ford, Novelist, Long-time New Orleans Resident

Richard Ford is a Pulitzer-Prize winning writer, author of the "Sportswriter" and "Independence Day," among others. He grew up in New Orleans and lived there until last year, when he moved to Maine.

Texas Schools Accept Hurricane Refugees

Texas opens its public schools to Louisiana students dsplaced by Hurricane Katrina.

Recovering from Hurricane Katrina

Hurricane Katrina's turned the Big Easy into a big nightmare. What it will take to get New Orleans and the Gulf Coast back on their feet?

Recovering from Hurricane Katrina

Hurricane Katrina's turned the Big Easy into a big nightmare. What it will take to get New Orleans and the Gulf Coast back on their feet?

Katrina's Economic Reverberations

Katrina is shaping up as one of the most expensive storms in this nation's history.

This program aired on September 1, 2005.

Robin Young Twitter Co-Host, Here & Now
Robin Young brings more than 25 years of broadcast experience to her role as host of Here & Now.

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