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Friday, September 17, 2021

Another Day, Another Photo Op

Since two days after Hurricane Katrina lashed much of the Gulf Coast into oblivion, President Bush hasn’t gone a day without a public event devoted to the storm. Monday was no different, as he planned a return to the storm-ravaged region for a third look at Katrina’s effect with visits to Baton Rouge, La., and Poplarville, Miss.

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Another Task for Fomer Presidents

Four months ago, former Presidents Bush and Clinton came to Houston to announce that money they raised for tsunami relief would help victims in four countries. Now the two men are back for another mission.

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Bush Wants Roberts As Chief Justice

President Bush on Monday nominated John Roberts to succeed William H. Rehnquist as chief justice, and called on the Senate to confirm him before the Supreme Court opens its fall term on Oct. 3.

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No Place for Petty Partisanship

The blame, indecisiveness and screw ups that kept hundreds of thousands of hurricane victims from getting needed help crosses party and philosophical lines. Few, if any, can claim the high ground here because too many had a hand in ignoring warnings or misplacing priorities.

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The Grim Work Begins

A week after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans on Monday searched for growing numbers of its dead from the city’s worst catastrophe and had not given up on finding more of the living.

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