Reporters' Roundtable: FBI Spying, Katrina Anniversary

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NPR's Tony Cox breaks down the week's top stories on today's reporters' roundtable. Three journalists talk about the government's spying on the King family, a controversial Texas death sentence case, and the second anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.

Joining him are Ernie Suggs, urban affairs reporter for The Atlanta Journal Constitution; Corey Dade, southern correspondent for The Wall Street Journal; and Katy Reckdahl, contributing reporter to The New Orleans Times-Picayune.

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