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Gulf Coast Begins Recovery Efforts After Isaac

There's more misery in the areas south of New Orleans after Isaac. In Plaquemines Parish, several neighborhoods are completely underwater. Some people were even rescued Thursday from rooftops.
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Judge Throws Out Parts Of New Florida Voting Law

Melissa Block speaks with Matt Dixon, statehouse reporter for The Florida Times-Union, about a provision of a Florida law that tightened submission deadlines for groups running voter registration drives. It changed them from 10 days after they had been filled out to 48 hours, with a $1,000-a-day late fine. A U.S. district judge now plans to file a permanent injunction against the law.
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Slow-Moving Isaac Still Left Destruction In Its Wake

There were many problems across Louisiana and Mississippi Thursday as people dealt with the aftermath of Isaac. In Slidell, La., water began to flood the historic downtown area and police needed to do house-to-house rescues.
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Romney's Road To The Nomination A Bumpy One

On Thursday night Mitt Romney will formally accept his party's nomination for President. We look back on the road that led to that moment.
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Heart Of A Hawk In Iowa City, Iowa

Herky's Nest serves as a premium seating area in the Kinnick Stadium for children and families from the University of Iowa Children's Hospital.
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Helping Homeowners In Boston, Mass.

Boston Building Resources operates a nonprofit Reuse Center where people can donate — and buy — used building materials.

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