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Friday, September 2, 2005

Business News

Energy prices drive Wall Street; Gas shortages spread and prices rise; Katrina affecting the market.

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Gas Stations Running Dry

The cost of gas keeps jumping, to prices never before seen. And now, gas shortages have created long lines at the pump. Jim Axelrod has the story.

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Threat of Disease Lingers

A public health emergency remains in effect in the Gulf disaster zone. Sharyn Alfonsi reports on the widespread threat of disease.

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The Homeless

President Bush has said tens of thousands of people are living in temporary housing already, but the ranks of the homeless are still growing. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Katrina's Business Impact

The economic impact of Hurricane Katrina will be felt for a long time, and far beyond the Gulf Coast. No matter where you live, you'll be paying more for a lot of what you buy, Anthony Mason reports.

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Glimpses Of Hope

Around New Orleans, rescue teams are performing miracles. After so many days of suffering, the city is finally getting a glimpse of hope. Byron Pitts reports.

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Evacuees' Shelter Problems

Many evacuees got temporary shelter at the Houston Astrodome, and when that filled up they started housing people in two other facilities. And there were still serious problems. Trish Regan reports.

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Others Waiting For Help

While government help for those in New Orleans is clearly on the rise, in some of the other areas where Katrina hit, survivors are still waiting for the feds. Jim Acosta reports from Biloxi, Miss.

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Convention Center Chaos Curbed

One big problem in New Orleans has been the chaos at the city's convention center. Thousands of people who went there expecting help didn't get any, but that's starting to change. Tracy Smith reports.

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Katrina Latest- 2 p.m. Update

After four days, the first large convoy of military vehicles carrying troops and emergency supplies has reached downtown New Orleans. Bob Schieffer reports.

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Bush- Aid Is On The Way

While touring the wreckage left behind by Hurricane Katrina in Biloxi, Miss., President Bush spoke to the media and offered encouraging words to residents.

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Bush Tours Devastated Areas

The president is touring the storm-ravaged Gulf Coast. His trip comes amid mounting criticism that federal help is not getting there fast enough. Stacy Case reports.

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Katrina Latest- Noon Update

President Bush arrived in Mobile, Ala., for a briefing on the relief efforts there. Elsewhere, New Orleans' mayor criticized the government for what he said was a slow response. Bob Schieffer reports.

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President Bush's Relief Plan

President Bush, accompanied by Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff, commented on the Hurricane Katrina relief efforts being conducted by the government.

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Relief Still Being Slowed

Frustration is mounting as the federal government prepares what is believed to be the largest relief effort in American history. Stacy Case reports from Washington.

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To Louisiana From Iraq

Capt. Terence Ryan of the Louisiana National Guard, who is serving in Iraq, talks to CBS News' Lara Logan about the hurricane disaster.

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Gulf Coast Relief Effort

President Bush responded to Katrina's destruction with promises of help for the Gulf Coast, and it could turn into the government's biggest relief effort ever. Bill Plante reports.

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