A tattered American flag from a destroyed home in east Biloxi, Miss., flies two days after Hurricane Katrina.
A tattered American flag from a destroyed home in east Biloxi, Miss., flies two days after Hurricane Katrina. Patrick Schneider/Charlotte Observer
A tattered American flag from a destroyed home in east Biloxi, Miss., flies two days after Hurricane Katrina. Patrick Schneider/Charlotte Observer

Obama to visit New Orleans for a post-Katrina survey

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