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New Orleans' mayor orders the mandatory evacuation of the devastated Crescent City, by force, if necessary. An estimated 10,000 residents remain in New Orleans, refusing to heed orders to leave. Legally, can Louisiana physically remove residents from their homes? We'll get the lowdown from Judge Andrew Napolitano, FOX News' senior judicial analyst.

Then, with no other option, the contaminated water that engulfs New Orleans continues to be pumped into the Gulf of Mexico. So what does this mean for future health problems in that region? We'll ask Dr. Steven Garner of St. Vincent Catholic Medical Centers.

And, he saw the floodwaters rise, his home and entire neighborhood crumbling around him. He literally rode out one of the worst storms ever and survived. Brian Mollere of Waveland, Mississippi joins us with his story.

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