When we ask people to e-mail us and share their opinions of the broadcast (or of this blog), we mean it. We've learned today there is no shortage of opinion on our decision to begin the broadcast with yesterday's media event at the White House...and after reading all comments received to date, perhaps we'll do a few words on that topic in this space at a later time.
Tonight, the economy has our attention. The damage done by Katrina is staggering... and we'll explain this evening how, beyond the pictures of the physical damage, this storm will eventually make its way into all of our homes. Kelly O'Donnell will lay out the state of play at the White House, Jim Maceda will update us on the ongoing misery in the quake zone. We'll also have coverage of the week-long rains in the Northeast and the damage the waters are causing tonight. We'll also have a report from Campbell Brown who is with troops in Iraq as they prepare for hopefully secure elections. And we'll look at two aspects of the past in the South that have both been forced to accept changing times. We hope you'll join us and have a good weekend.
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