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Crisis Tracker

WSJ’s Crisis News Tracker is keeping a comprehensive record of the scramble to keep up with the Katrina aftermath. How comprehensive?

The New Orleans Saints beat the Carolina Panthers for their deluged city and the displaced victims of the Gulf Coast region, getting two touchdowns from Deuce McAllister and a 47-yard field goal from John Carney with 3 seconds left in a 23-20 season-opening win. “In the back of our minds, we know we have to give them one tiny bit of hope,” said New Orleans quarterback Aaron Brooks. “We have complete faith in what we are doing because every time we go out there, it is our job to give them hope that every day will be a better day.”

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Jussie Smollett Changes His Story Again

The actor Jussie Smollett continues to talk about the alleged January 29 attack on him during a frigid night in Chicago, giving Good Morning America his fullest description yet of his claims. It differs substantially from what he told police initially after the alleged assault. Smollett told GMA that the ... Read More
Politics & Policy

We’ll Regret This

Mitch McConnell says the president will sign the budget deal and he will also declare a national emergency to build the wall, as I expected. We’ll see the legal justifications he uses, but as a political and constitutional matter this is a long-term disaster. Oh, it might be good for Trump according to the ... Read More