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Tuesday, September 6, 2005

Local Leader Blasts Response

Jefferson Parish, La., President Aaron Broussard told The Early Show's Harry Smith that the federal government has done a poor job for his suburban New Orleans community.

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Katrina Blame Game

Bureaucracy may have been responsible for a devastating delay in rescue efforts after Hurricane Katrina. Congress opened an investigation to find out what went wrong. Gloria Borger reports.

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Mass Exodus

Thousands of evacuees are pouring out of New Orleans and into other states, creating one of America's greatest population shifts since the Great Depression. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Gulf Coast Soldiers

Lara Logan spoke to a combat veteran in Iraq about the painful process that troops from hurricane-stricken areas face when returning home.

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Bush Sets Recovery Goals

CBS News RAW: Sitting with his Cabinet at the White House, President Bush reiterated his vow to do everything in his power to save lives and restore the Gulf Coast.

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Rescue Missions Continue

New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin told The Early Show's Harry Smith of continued efforts to rescue victims of Hurricane Katrina.

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The Katrina Blame Game

The U.S. government's response to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina was extremely inadequate, critics say. But, as CBS News' Thalia Assuras reports, responsibility may lie with entire system.

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Bush Nominates Chief Justice

The Supreme Court begins two days of ceremonies honoring the late Chief Justice William Rehnquist. Meanwhile, President Bush has nominated John Roberts as Rehnquist's successor. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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Bush Visits Shelter

CBS News RAW: President Bush visited a shelter in Baton Rouge, where he said that there is a lot of work to be done.

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Roberts Is Chief Justice Pick

President Bush selected John Roberts as his nominee to become Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. If confirmed by the Senate, Roberts would succeed the late William Rehnquist.

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Rural Town Perseveres Alone

Residents of Plaquemines, La. have not seen help from the government, so they clear their own debris and look for their own dead. Byron Pitts reports.

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