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Paying the price for Katrina! As the cost climbs into the billions, can the country weather the financial fallout?
Oil prices swirl to a record level in Katrina’s wake as the markets continue to assess the hurricane’s impact. But oil tycoon Boone Pickens was predicting escalating oil costs way before the devastating ‘cane hit the U.S. So where does the Chairman of BP Capitol see prices going now? Hear his predictions today!
And, there’s no telling how long and how much money it will take to clean up the storm’s affected areas. But before cleanup even begins, Accuweather's (search) Joe Bastardi is predicting residents will be faced with another storm -- and Joe knows weather!
Then, when the world is in trouble it seems the good old USA always comes to rescue. So where is the international aid when we need it? The Times of London's (search) Gerard Baker has answers.
Also, hear why Remax Property Center's Tom Adkins says if you live in a place that gets perpetually hit by hurricanes, it should not be the government’s responsibility to bail you out. Sound heartless? Maybe not.
Plus, Bishop T.D. Jakes, founder of the Potter’s House (search), talks to Neil about the big lesson learned from this natural disaster.
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