May 15th, 2009
12:36 PM ET

TONIGHT: Homeless... again?

Nearly 4 years after Hurricane Katrina, FEMA still doesn’t seem to get it. What’s behind their threat to remove all occupied trailers in Louisiana? And what about the 3000 families left behind? We’re keeping them honest. Tonight, 10 ET

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  1. E. Myrthil

    The producers of Slumdog Millionaire should donate a house to Salim's family; he has earned them big at the Academy Awards

    May 15, 2009 at 2:43 pm |
  2. Sharon, Daniel Island South Carolina

    I know this cycle first hand. Its hard to break. Living on a fixed income allows you a place to stay for 1 week out of the month,the other three you roam from park to park, soup kitchen to soup kitchen. On the west coast you must keep moving during the day, standing or stting in one place to long can get you arrestedn Riding the bus or train in out of the question because you havent bathed or changed clothes, the customers complain to the authories, all you own begins to dwindle to what you can carry.
    I went through this nightmare while living on the west coast.. The depression,feelings of failure,denial sometimes sets in because you live in the riches country in the world how could you be homeless.

    May 15, 2009 at 2:19 pm |