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Two years on from Hurricane Katrina, the plight of the city's poorer residents is getting worse. Prevented from returning, they fear their homes will be destroyed to make way for expensive flats.
Dubbed the "First Lady of the press," Helen Thomas is renowned for her fearless questioning of people in power. She claims an emasculated US press is letting the public down.
Hugo Chavez's cheeky diplomacy has reached new heights recently; standing the US's policy of global intervention on its head, he has launched an aid campaign to reinvigorate the New York Bronx.
One of America's most wanted fugitives, mafia captain Nicholas Corozzo or 'Little Nick' surrendered himself after escaping a massive, pre-dawn arrest of 62 mobsters earlier this February.
This year, millions of homes in the US will be repossessed. Wall Street was aware of the risks involved with sub-prime lending but chose to ignore them. No ethics, just money- here is a story of greed and recklessness.
The American state of North Dakota is experiencing an oil boom. Using new technologies it is extracting oil that's previously been out of reach. Can this help solve America's dependency on foreign oil?
The financial crisis is hitting middle-class America, as families are forced onto the streets. Some say it's the end of the American dream but for others this is a chance to redefine what's important.
In the mining towns of Pennsylvania, white, middle-class voters are busy debating in diners. Formally a Republican stronghold, Obama sees a chance to win ground here. We take a look at McCain's last fight.