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Wednesday, September 7, 2005

Katrina May Pinch Economy

Katrina could cut economic growth in the second half of this year as much as a percentage point, and as many as 400,000 jobs could be lost. Byron Pitts reports.

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FEMA Fallout

Calls are mounting for FEMA Director Michael Brown's resignation, and Capitol Hill is filled with criticism for his performance in the Gulf Coast after Hurricane Katrina. Gloria Borger reports.

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Federal Reserve, Gas Prices

The Federal Reserve releases a snapshot of the nation's economic health; Crude prices fall with Gulf Coast refineries up and running.

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Gas Mileage Claims

With gas prices soaring, more car shoppers are paying closer attention to gas mileage estimates they see on the window sticker ? but those stickers can't always be trusted. Susan Koeppen reports.

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Oil Spill Threatens Town

Saint Bernard Parish had beautiful marshes and estuaries ? and oil refineries. Now it faces a natural disaster worsened by an oil spill. The Early Show's Harry Smith reports.

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Early Show Online

Wednesday: A natural disaster made worse by an oil spill; The truth about the government?s gas mileage rating; Little kids use a lemonade stand to raise big bucks for hurricane victims.

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Early Show Online

Tuesday: A Louisiana family goes home, helping man's best friend and an education in kindness.

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Oil Production To Resume

Several refineries are set to resume production along the Gulf Coast after Hurricane Katrina knocked eight major refineries out of commission.

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Louisiana Gov. Discusses Aid

Hannah Storm of The Early Show spoke briefly with Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Babineaux Blanco how she felt about President Bush?s response to the Gulf Coast emergency.

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