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Rabbi Robert Lowey, right, of Metairie, La., greets Steve and Susan Shonkoff of New Orleans before a Rosh Hashana service at Rice University concert hall in Houston.
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New Orleans mayor announces layoffs
The city is laying off as many as 3,000 employees - or about half its workforce - because of the financial damage inflicted on New Orleans by Hurricane Katrina.
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By Justin George
The owner of the Madeira Beach apartments got two checks but never housed Katrina victims. The $6,000 is being returned.
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Bill Clinton meets with evacuees in La.
Universities work on reopening
Graham sees 'revival' for New Orleans
Nightmare ahead: cleaning the fridge
Minority firms getting few Katrina pacts
Floridian indicted in Internet fraud for 'Katrina aid'
Search for Louisiana victims ends; some schools restart
Brown bristles at blame: 'I know what I'm doing'
New Orleans' top cop walks away
Katrina response inquiry has stormy start
As New Orleans mayor vacillates, criticism takes root
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When law left, he stayed
Racism? Let me tell you a story
Can New Orleans ever come back?
One question builds: Where was FEMA?
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Patricia Lofton reacts after finding her dead cat in her flood-damaged home in the Lakeview area of New Orleans on Tuesday.
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