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Ray McNair rests under I-95 in Overtown, a historic black neighborhood in Miami that was nearly wiped out during the construction of the interstate. Tom Ervin For NPR hide caption

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Paying A Local Price For I-95's Global Promise

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New Orleans' premier musical event, the Jazz and Heritage Festival, has been steadily rebuilding attendance since then, drawing on nationally known local talent such as Aaron Neville (above). Courtesy of Aaron Neville hide caption

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In Fla., Political Insiders Face Wealthy Challengers

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Supplier, Maker Knew Of Defective Drywall Years Ago

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Florida Gov. Charlie Crist (left) and entertainer Jimmy Buffett walk along Pensacola Beach, where Buffett plans to open a new hotel. Michael Spooneybarger/AP hide caption

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Gulf Disaster Spills Over Into Florida Politics

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