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By Seth Fiegerman, Mainstreet.com August 23, 2010 It took Charles King and his family just a couple of hours to leave their house in New Orleans on Aug. 27, 2005, but they have been struggling for five years since then to find home again. It was two days...

Published by Greater New Orleans Foundation, Second Line Blog, July 29, 2010 I’ve spent most of my professional life for the past five years since Hurricane Katrina thinking about home. What home means; what it means to lose a home; and how it feels to be...

by Nan Roman, President, National Alliance to End Homelessness In recent months, we have all learned that making progress on the most important issues facing our country will require extraordinary commitment and perseverance. We have learned that to create change and promote progress, we must be...

With New Orleans' stock of blighted structures still among the nation's largest nearly five years after Hurricane Katrina, residents on Monday implored advisers to Mayor-elect Mitch Landrieu to take tough action against delinquent property owners. In offering suggestions to Landrieu's task forces on housing and blight,...

February 13, 2010 - Des Moines Register Under normal circumstances, I'm not much of a sports fan. But like nearly everyone in my adopted hometown of New Orleans, it seems I have lost my senses in the euphoric frenzy of the Saints' improbable journey to the...