Kathy Lohr Kathy Lohr is a correspondent for the National Desk based in Atlanta.

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Palm trees bend and banners rip on Canal Street as Hurricane Katrina blows through New Orleans on Aug. 29, 2005 — 10 years ago Saturday. Ted Jackson/The Times-Picayune/Landov hide caption

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3 Views On A Tragedy: Reporters Recall First Days After Katrina

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Texas state Sen. Wendy Davis filibustered for 11 hours against sweeping restrictions on abortion back in June, becoming a hero for abortion rights activists. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Abortion Rights Groups Say It's Time To Stop Playing Defense

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Even If FCC Relaxes Rules, Delta Won't Allow In-Flight Calls

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Demonstrators attend a rally on Wednesday in Atlanta for Kendrick Johnson, the Georgia teenager found dead inside a rolled-up wrestling mat in his school. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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Family Of Ga. Teen Found Dead In A Gym Mat Pushes For Answers

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After Decades, Braves To Move To Suburban Atlanta

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Construction of the Atlanta streetcar line has hurt many businesses along the route, but there is hope that economic gains will increase once the line opens next spring. Kathy Lohr/NPR hide caption

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To Get Around Town, Some Cities Take A Step Back In Time

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Judge Rules Against Part Of Texas Abortion Law

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In July, abortion rights advocates marched in Austin, Texas, to protest legislation that could shut down all but five abortion clinics and restrict abortion rights throughout the state. Tamir Kalifa/AP hide caption

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Clinics Close As Texas Abortion Fight Continues

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Glitches Slow Health Exchange Sign-ups

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Univ. Of Alabama Sororities Accept A Few Students Of Color

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Judy Bonner, the University of Alabama's new president, when the school's championship football team visited the White House on April 19, 2012. Mike Theiler /UPI /Landov hide caption

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University Of Alabama Moves To Integrate Greek System

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Trail Life USA, The 'Other' Boy Scouts Of America

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Fibers are rolled into spools at the Engineered Floors carpet plant in Dalton, Ga. Kathy Lohr/NPR hide caption

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New Carpet Factories Help Cushion Blows From Recession Losses

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Bank of America won't say exactly how many drive-through lanes are closing. A spokeswoman did say the decision is not a cost-cutting move but a response to the way people are banking. At branches where drive-through lanes are closing, the bank says ATMs will be available. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Bank Of America To Close Some Drive-Up Tellers

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Atlanta Celebrates King's Dream

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