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Hurricane Katrina: 10 Years Of Recovery And Reflection

Billions Spent On Flood Barriers, But New Orleans Still A 'Fishbowl'

People in New Orleans say the city finally has the storm defense system it should have had before Hurricane Katrina — at a cost of $14.5 billion. Now someone needs to cover the cost to keep it strong.

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China's Tricky Economic Transition: From Steel Mills To E-Commerce

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An airplane used to fight wildfires flies over a blaze that flared up near Omak, Wash., on Thursday. Ted S. Warren/AP hide caption

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Worsening Wildfire Seasons Tax The Forest Service

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Discovery Communications CEO David Zaslav earned $156 million last year — nearly 2,000 times more than the median Discovery worker. Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for Discovery Communications hide caption

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Comparing The Top Boss's Pay To Yours

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Stock prices fluctuated wildly this week after a sharp plunge on Monday — but what does that sound like? Andrew Burton/Getty Images hide caption

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Jace Clayton Translates Stocks Into Sound

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Billions Spent On Flood Barriers, But New Orleans Still A 'Fishbowl'

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Cattle rancher Craig Vejraska pours out feed while checking on his cattle in a smokey field in Cox Meadow, as the Okanogan Complex fires burn outside Omak, Wash., Aug. 26, 2015. Ian C. Bates for NPR hide caption

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In A Remote Part Of Washington, A Scramble To Save Cattle From Flames

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