Table of Contents

Cover Stories

Katrina: The sequel

Katrina: The sequel

by Jamie Dean, Laura Watson, John Dawson & Lynn Vincent

Cover Story | WORLD's second week of hurricane coverage focuses on the workers and survivors in the trenches, from Georgia to Gulfport to Houston

Cover Stories

Hurricane housing clearinghouses

by The Editors

Cover Story Sidebar | Adventures in Missions Hurricane Katrina Evacuee Housing Clearinghouse: www.adventures.org/a/katrina_relief/refuge_housing.asp 6000 Wellspring Trail…

In this issue: "Katrina: Week 2," Sept. 17, 2005

Features

Unsettling Gaza

Unsettling Gaza

By Jill Nelson

Middle East | An Israeli and a Palestinian find peril and promise in their future

In safe hands

In safe hands

By Edward E. Plowman

Obituary | From Establishment Clause to impeachment flaws, Justice William Rehnquist, 16th chief of the nation's highest court, built a legacy on saving constitutional…

Fishy business

Fishy business

By Lynn Vincent

Marriage | How California Democrats turned fishing legislation into a same-sex marriage bill

Dispatches

The Buzz

By The Editors

The latest on the week's biggest stories

Quick Helps

By The Editors

Temporary change: Quick Takes is giving up its space this week to make room for a different kind of off-beat news that we will call Quick Helps. On this page

Quotables

By The Editors

"This is a whole new beginning, a whole new start. I mean, why pass up a good opportunity?" Hurricane Katrina evacuee Chavon Allen, saying she planned to…

Verdict first

Verdict first

By Hugh Hewitt

Now comes a Senate committee that in the best Queen of Hearts tradition appears to have reached its verdict before the trial begins

Notebook

Gulf lore

Gulf lore

By Timothy Lamer

Money | Katrina opened the floodgates on arguments about the cause and effect of hurricanes

Superdome's memorable finish

Superdome's memorable finish

By John Dawson

Sports | The massive dome in downtown New Orleans will likely be remembered most for its final task

Columnists

Mailbag

By The Editors

Letters, feedback, etc.

Unquenchable appetite

Unquenchable appetite

By Joel Belz

The false god of government cannot satisfy in times of plenty or want

We have no lasting city

By Gene Edward Veith

What happens when the props of a civilization are kicked away?

Who answers to Whom?

By John Piper

The faulty levee of human virtue vs. the high ground of Calvary

American individuals

By Marvin Olasky

Combine an -ism with media bias and you've got image problems, but thousands are offering help

Culture

Bestselling CDs

By White Stripes, Sufjan Stevens, Son Volt, Frank Black & Beck

Notable CDs | The top five most-played Triple-A albums according to CMJ, Issue #927

The Constant Gardener

The Constant Gardener

By Andrew Coffin

Movies | Thoughtful viewers will wonder how the left can rail against the lack of advanced medicines while so viciously attacking the pharmaceutical companies that…

City of God

City of God

By Andrew Coffin

Movies | Fernando Meirelles' first film earned three Oscar nominations in 2004

Media meltdown

By Gene Edward Veith

Television | Reporters sympathetically interviewed local officials-who had essentially abandoned their city-while blaming the disaster on President Bush

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