And it's still raining.
This is exactly the kind of thing addressed by the National Police Misconduct Registry, included in the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act.
Instead of floats and parades, New Orleans and surrounding areas are decorating their houses for drive-thru pandemic celebrations.
It’s unclear who heard the warnings and was invited to the call, which was hosted by the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs and closed to the press.
Natasha Ott was found dead in her kitchen, waiting for test results that never came.
We can't keep up with global heating, and a potential hurricane is bearing down on New Orleans now.
A tourism ad for New Orleans points out the necessity for going forward. Ahem.
Democracy Now: An Unequal Recovery In New Orleans: Racial Disparities Grow In City 10 Years After Katrina
Democracy Now spent the hour marking the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina this week.
Melissa Harris-Perry hopes that George W. Bush remembers what she remembers about the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina ten years ago, rather than the revisionist history he was pushing this week.
Using old footage and interviews, Maddow proves those who hate government shouldn't be in it.
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