Katrina five years later: Can it happen again?
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Katrina five years later: Can it happen again?

In the five years since Katrina, New Orleans has become a laboratory for developing a new, state-of-the-art flood control system. But, as the AP's Jason Bronis reports, all the money and expertise in the world may never truly protect the city. (The Associated Press)

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