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Learn how FEMA has had to revive and redefine itself following Hurricane Katrina.
Washington Post blogger Ed O'Keefe explains what has happened since Hurricane Katrina.
A levee construction project about to begin may mean changes for D.C. commuters.
Reporter Mark Segraves shares his insights
Memories are fresh for some local residents five years after Hurricane Katrina wreaked havoc on the Gulf Coast.
New Orleans today is once again the vibrant, multicultural city of legend, hustling and bustling with seafood festivals, Mardi Gras celebrations, spicy foods and live music echoing from almost every street corner.
It's been five years since Hurricane Katrina. USA TODAY put together a compilation of videos and pictures to remember the natural disaster.
Five years after hurricanes Katrina and Rita, doubts over SBA's efficiency, effectiveness emerge
A recent report from the congressional watchdog says DoD needs to improve the way it plans to help civilian authorities in the wake of domestic disasters.
While on vacation Martin Fisher helped rebuild a home destroyed during Hurricane Katrina.