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Oct. 12, 2018
A report commissioned by the Energy Department failed to reach conclusions favoring the Trump administration’s efforts to prop up coal and nuclear power -- and remains under wraps six months after submission.

Oct. 15, 2018
It’s been thirteen years since Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, and the effects are still felt every day.
Bell: “We still don’t have no grocery stores. We still don’t have no department stores or food chain stores. We don’t have nothing that we had before Katrina. Everything was destroyed.”
Reverend Richard Bell lives in New Orleans’ Lower Ninth Ward. During Katrina, floodwaters breached the city’s levees, inundating Bell’s neighborhood. Some areas sat in twelve feet of water for six weeks.
Bell was able to rebuild his house, but he says there are areas of the Lower Ninth Ward that still look like a wasteland.
Bell: “You got a lot of empty lots with tall grass growing where you can’t even look beyond the stop sign. We still haven’t got past Katrina. We have a long way to go.”

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