Revised GDP numbers for the second quarter have just come out, and they are disappointing for those who hoped the U.S. was improving economically. What do the new numbers mean, and what can we do to improve our situation?
This weekend marks five years since Hurricane Katrina swept through and ravaged New Orleans. Many Katrina victims are still very much in the recovery process. Five years after Hurricane Katrina there are 12,000 homeless people New Orleans.
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