Hurricane Katrina's Aftermath

The Gulf Coast in Katrina's Wake


FEATURED VIDEOS:
Living in Flooded New Orleans
As authorities begin forced evacuations, many residents in New Orleans continue to live in flooded houses. (Sept. 8, 2005)
Returning to Jefferson Parish
For the first time since Hurricane Katrina, authorities allowed residents of the New Orleans suburb of Jefferson Parish to return briefly to their homes. (Sept. 6, 2005)
Fixing Missed Connections in New Orleans
Elizabeth Nealy volunteers at a field hospital inside the terminal of Louis Armstrong International Airport, helping families reconnect. The MASH unit was set up by FEMA to care for the thousands of victims of Hurricane Katrina. (Sept. 2, 2005)

More photos and video from the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina

SOURCES: Army Corps of Engineers, Associated Press, Bloomberg, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Reuters
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