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Clean-up continues in the hurricane-devastated Gulf Coast region. Shepard Smith hosts from New Orleans with the very latest.

Then, former FEMA director Michael Brown (search) testifies before a House committee Tuesday, defending his role in the response to Hurricane Katrina. Pointing fingers, Brown puts much of the blame for "coordinating failures" on the governor of Louisiana and the mayor of New Orleans. We'll get reaction from Juan Williams, senior national correspondent for NPR.

And, we'll get an update on the levee repairs from Col. Duane Gapinski, commander of the Army Corps of Engineers "Unwatering" Task Force.

These stories and much more today on "Studio B"!

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