The Dallas Fort-Worth area is home to some 17,000 Katrina survivors. Reporter Julia Barton spoke with some of the psychiatrists in Dallas who are trying to make that under-funded system work for hurricane survivors.
Since Katrina hit, the Red Cross and other nonprofit agencies have set up hundreds of temporary facilities to house and feed survivors. Support has flooded in — Hillary Wicai looks into how far that money will go.
The Chair of the House Resources Committee made waves today in: GOP Congressman Richard Pombo of California suggested selling 15 national parks for energy or commercial development. It's not quite what it seems.
This weekend activists are gathering in Washington and several other cities for a coordinated anti-war protest, even as the ballooning natural disaster pricetag is putting pressure on war spending. John Dimsdale reports.
Austin Texas took in 5,000 Katrina survivors and was just getting them settled when another 12,000 poured in ahead of Rita. Michael May of station KUT reports on how the city is trying to meet their needs.
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