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Streets flooded, homes darkened and trees fell as Hurricane Katrina (search) plowed across South Florida before emerging over the Gulf of Mexico early Friday. Four people were killed, a family of five is missing at sea and more than a million are left without power. Will Katrina get worse? Team FOX is live with the latest.
Then, the commander of U.S. Forces in northern and central Iraq says he expects more violence in the run-up to the October elections. Of course, a large part of what happens — or doesn't happen — will be determined by how the Iraqi constitution (search) turns out. Could a large-scale civil war break out between Shiites, Sunnis and Kurds? We'll get insight from Michael O'Hanlon, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.
And, soaking up the sun at the beach and pool or going to tanning beds is an addiction for some. Researchers now brand this phenomenon of sun worshipping as "tanorexia" — people obsessed with tanning in the same way others are obsessed with weight loss. So how serious is this "addiction"? Dr. Heidi Waldorf, a dermatologist at Mount Sinai Medical Center, weighs in.
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