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Hurricane Katrina (search) has left over half-a-million people homeless, most of them from New Orleans. Much of the devastated Gulf Coast region will not be inhabitable for months due to floodwaters and contamination. So where are the hundreds of thousands of survivors going to live and work in the meantime? We'll ask Amy Liu, deputy director and co-founder of the Metropolitan Policy Program at the Brookings Institution.

With a major levee break finally plugged, engineers struggle to pump out the flooded city of New Orleans. So how long will it take?

And as the water recedes, how gruesome will the discoveries be?

Plus, he's a leader on the football field and now he's leading relief efforts for Hurricane Katrina. NFL quarterback Peyton Manning, a native of New Orleans, joins us with the lowdown on what he and his brother are doing to help the victims of Katrina.

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