Slate on Hurricane Katrina.

Analysis of breaking news events.
Sept. 22 2005 1:05 PM

Hurricane Katrina

Slate's take on the natural disaster.

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"Sick City: The diseases that Katrina unleashed," by Sidney Spiesel. Posted Sept. 6, 2005.

"How Do They Estimate Hurricane Damage?:  Why do the Katrina numbers vary all the way from $25 billion to $100 billion?" by Daniel Engber. Posted Sept. 2, 2005.

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"What Is Martial Law?:  And is New Orleans under it?" by Keelin McDonell. Posted Sept. 2, 2005.

"Homeless: How do you pay for a house that no longer exists?" by Avi Zenilman. Posted Sept. 2, 2005.

"The Oil Price Roundup: Slate readers ask about rising fuel costs," by Daniel Engber. Posted Sept. 1, 2005.

"Are Dead Bodies Really Dangerous?: The effects of the deceased on the living," by David Plotz. Recycled Sept. 1, 2005.

"What Happens to Flooded Houses?: Can their owners ever move back in?" by Daniel Engber. Posted Aug. 31, 2005.

"What's the Strategic Petroleum Reserve?  And where do they keep it?" by Brendan I. Koerner. Posted Aug. 31, 2005.

"How Do You Measure Sea Level?  Plus, how did New Orleans get below sea level in the first place?" by Daniel Engber. Posted Aug. 29, 2005.

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"Hack of a Job: The president learns that a good hack is hard to find," by Bruce Reed. Posted Sept. 10, 2005.

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