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New Orleans: 5 Years After Katrina

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  1. Farmers sue over climate change

    Ericson Insurance president Spencer Houldin, Scott Martin of United Advisors and NYU professor of business Mark Brennan on farmers suing for unprepared climate change towns.

  2. Should U.S. tap its oil reserves to punish Russia?

    Greenberg Capital founder David Greenberg and Raymond James energy research analyst Pavel Molchanov on calls to tap America’s Strategic Petroleum Reserve.

  3. Are celebrity charities the best use of your donations?

    Entertainment reporter Dave Caplan on celebrity charities.

  4. 5 Most Expensive States for Homeowners Insurance

    The National Association of Insurance Commissioners said in a report this week that homeowners paid an average of $978 for insurance in 2011, more than a 7 percent j...

  5. Christmas Tree Farmers Say It's Not About the Money

    With just one week until Christmas Eve, tree farmers reflect on the 2013 holiday season.  

  6. More States Feeding from Federal Trough

    The 2008 financial crisis left many states with bleeding balance sheets, forcing them to rely on funds from Uncle Sam to make ends meet. Take a careful look at the m...

  7. Sandy's Lasting Impact

    It was the biggest Atlantic Ocean storm in U.S. history, a monster that killed an estimated 285 people. It devastated New York. and New Jersey, and led to 8.6 millio...

  8. A Thousand Days of $3 Gas

    U.S. average gasoline prices have remained above $3 a gallon for 1,000 consecutive days, and AAA said there's no end in sight.Gas prices checked in at $3.50 or highe...

  9. Get a Crash Course on Hurricane Deductibles

    An insurance industry that has taken its lumps from hurricanes has come to treat them differently in recent years. As a result, a home insurance policy in hurricane ...

  10. 2 Problems = Zero Money: The Anti-Concurrent Causation Clause

    When disaster strikes it seems to happen all at once. Electric lines spark, windows shatter, roofs tear off, sump pumps stop and the lights go out. Homeowners see it...

  11. Hurricane Katrina Inspires a Nationwide Art Franchise

    In the wake of Hurricane Katrina , New Orleans residents Cathy Deano and Renee Maloney decided to host a fun art class for adults, with BYOB wine. Years later, they’ve turned the concept into a franchise with over 90 locations.

  12. Q&A: Paying Employees During an Emergency

    My business was closed for a while because of Hurricane Sandy, which means my hourly employees weren’t paid during this time. Is there anything I can do to make sure my employees get paid if another disaster occurs?

  1. Corruption in Dept. of Justice’s Civil Rights Division?

    Former U.S. Dept. of Justice attorney Christian Adams on the divisive nature of Attorney General Eric Holder’s agenda.

  2. Stop trying to predict a stock market crash!

    FBN’s Charles Payne on those predicting a stock market crash.

  3. Don’t blame the weather for a weak economy

    Newedge director of market strategy Robbert van Batenburg and Argus Research president John Eade discuss possible catalysts that go beyond weather for a weak economy.

  4. Will Sen. Warren get an endorsement from President Obama in 2016?

    FNC political analyst Juan Williams and Forbes contributor Carrie Sheffield on immigration and reports President Obama will endorse Sen. Warren in the 2016 Presidential election.

  5. Billions for Superstorm Sandy victims still unspent 17 months later

    WSJ economic development reporter Laura Kusisto on the delays in getting Superstorm Sandy aid to victims.

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    WSJ economic development reporter Laura Kusisto on the delays in getting Superstorm Sandy aid to victims.

  7. President not doing enough on the VA scandal?

    Crisis Management strategist Kurt Bardella, Accent Asset Management CEO Scott Martin, Americans for Tax Reform Director Mattie Duppler and Meritas Advisors Principal Lenore Hawkins on the Veterans Affairs scandal.

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