Hurricane Isaac Cleanup Begins In Mississippi
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Gulfport, Miss., Residents Wait Out Isaac At Home
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Isaac Punishes Mississippi Coast For Days
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Isaac Hits Gulf Coast On Katrina Anniversary
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Gulf Coast Hunkers Down For Isaac's Wind And Rain
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Tropical Storm Isaac Takes Aim At Gulf Coast
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Water gets churned up at the end of a dredging pipeline connected to a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dredge on the Mississippi River near Memphis, Tenn., on Monday. The river has seen water levels from Illinois to Louisiana plummet because of drought conditions in the past three months. When there's less flow coming downstream, saltwater from the Gulf wedges its way in. Adrian Sainz/AP hide caption

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Saltwater From Gulf Invades Mississippi River
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Justice Bernette Johnson is at the center of a legal battle over whether she will be the next chief justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court. Louisiana Supreme Court/AP hide caption

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La. Court In Racially Charged Power Struggle, Again
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Sgt. Miro Brekalo talks with residents in New Orleans' Gentilly neighborhood, as other officers walk their beat. Their goal isn't only to stop crime; it's also to connect with citizens who are often reluctant to report crimes. Debbie Elliott/NPR hide caption

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New Orleans Struggles With Murder Rate, And Trust
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Airbus: 'The Time Is Right' To Open Alabama Plant
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Candy Chang, co-founder of the website Neighborland, writes on an art installation in New Orleans in April. As part of a public street art project that later became Neighborland, Chang put nametag-like stickers on empty New Orleans storefronts for residents to write ideas for improving the city. Katie Hayes Luke for NPR hide caption

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Filling In New Orleans' Future, One Blank At A Time
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Abortion opponents demonstrate outside Mississippi's only abortion clinic in Jackson. Rogelio V. Solis/AP hide caption

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Sole Abortion Clinic In Miss. Fights Law To Stay Open
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David DiBenedetto, the editor-in-chief of Garden & Gun, holds an editorial meeting in the magazine's Charleston, S.C., offices. Debbie Elliott/NPR hide caption

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Like Good Bourbon, Magazine Is A Sip Of The South
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A New Orleans newspaper stand holds copies of Wednesday's Times-Picayune, which announced layoffs for 200 employees. Debbie Elliott/NPR hide caption

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'A Morning Ritual': New Orleans Fights For Its Paper
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