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Protesters rally near the center of the bridge across the Mississippi River Monday in New Orleans as repeat of their attempted exodus of Hurricane Katrina several weeks ago. The protesters marched across without being arrested but were escorted by the police. (AP Photo/James A. Finley)
The water marks are visible on an Xavier University police car that was flooded by Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans on Nov.1. (AP Photo/Bill Haber)
U.S. Attorney Kevin O'Connor, left, announced that Gary J. Messier of Conn. had pleaded guilty Friday to possession of pseudoephedrine with the intent to manufacture meth. From left are: O'Connor; East Hampton Chief Matthew Reimondo; DEA Special Agent M. Kaczynski. (AP Photo/Bob Child)
Ariz. Gov. Janet Napolitano speaks with Richard Saunders, Chief of the Tohono O' Odham PD on its reservation in Arizona, Wednesday during a tour of the border. On August 15th, Napolitano declared a state of emergency in Arizona's four counties bordering Mexico. (AP Photo/Jack Kurtz, Pool)
A demonstrator is taken into custody by a New York City officer while marching down 14th Street during a demonstration against the Bush administration sponsored by the World Can't Wait, Wednesday in New York. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

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