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America opens its arms! As state after state takes in evacuees, how long will it last? And at what cost? Answers on tonight's "Your World."
FEMA Director Mike Brown (search) is removed from Katrina relief efforts. We'll examine why he blames the press, not the president.
Vacuum manufacturer Oreck fires up the generators at its Mississippi plant. Tom Oreck explains what he is doing to get his company back to work.
FEMA hands out five contracts for rebuilding in the region. And James Bernhard, CEO of the Shaw Group, has one.
Delivery powerhouse FedEx has moved more than 200 tons of relief shipments to needed areas. We'll get the details from Doug Duncan, CEO of FedEx Freight.
Help is also on the way from some 9/11 victims. Howard Lutnick, CEO of Cantor Fitzgerald, lost his brother that day. We'll find out what he's doing to help out those hurt by Hurricane Katrina.
The markets show a great deal of resilience in Katrina's deadly wake, but is all the money being thrown at Katrina relief and recovery being accounted for? We'll ask Gary Kaltbaum, head of Kaltbaum & Associates, and Louis Navallier, president and CEO of Navellier and Associates.
Then, Pastor Joel Osteen on the spiritual healing process underway.
And, we'll have complete FOX Team coverage of the hurricane-devastated region from correspondents:
• Trace Gallagher in New Orleans, LA
• Laura Ingle in Waveland, MS
• Molly Henneberg in Baton Rouge, LA
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