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Gulf Coast Hurricanes 

Along Texas Coast, 'Monumental' Damage (Post, September 15, 2008)

What's Left: A Ravaged Island Covered With Rubbish (Post, September 15, 2008)

Gas Prices Continue to Rise as Hurricane Destroys Oil Facilities (Post, September 15, 2008)

Ike Roars Through Gulf Coast:  Rescuers Search for Survivors of Devastating Storm as Recovery Begins (Post, September 14, 2008)

Galveston Is Transformed Into an Island of Second Thoughts (Post, September 14, 2008)

Storm Takes Toll at the Pump, Curbs Energy Production (Post, September 14, 2008)

Galveston Resident Rides Out Storm (Post, September 13, 2008; 11:56 AM)

Texans Take Shelter, Feel First Effects of Ike (Post, September 13, 2008)

Heart of U.S. Oil and Gas Industries Shut Down as Storm Approached (Post, September 13, 2008)

Far From Ike's Trail, but Still Ready to Help Pick Up Pieces From Storm (Post, September 13, 2008)

On Galveston Island, Adrenalin Before the Storm (Post, September 12, 2008; 6:03 PM)

Texans Flee Coast as Ike Threatens Houston Area (Post, September 12, 2008)

Red Cross CEO's 'Trial by Hurricane':  Still New to Job, Chief Deals With Disasters, Debt (Post, September 12, 2008)

A High-Water Mark (Post, September 12, 2008)

Across Haiti, a Scene of Devastation:  Hundreds Dead, Thousands Homeless and Aid Delivery Difficult in Wake of Ike and 3 Other Storms (Post, September 10, 2008)

Havana Braces For Damage as Ike Lashes Cuba:  Hurricane Could Strike U.S. Gulf Coast (Post, September 9, 2008)

Ike Slams Into Eastern Cuba; Thousands Begin Evacuating (Post, September 8, 2008)

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