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    1. Ray Nagin's appeal hearing set for October

      FOX 8 New OrleansJul 29 09:27 AM

      A federal appeals court will hear arguments in Ray Nagin's challenge to his conviction on fraud charges.

    2. A federal appeals court will hear arguments in Ray Nagin's challenge to his conviction on fraud charges.

    3. Renowned scientist who helped lead mission to Jupiter dies

      FOX30 / CBS47 JacksonvilleJul 17 07:15 AM

      FILE - In this Sept. 21, 2003, file photo, Claudia Alexander, right, project manager for Galileo, waits in the mission control room in Pasadena, Calif., along with engineer Nagin Cox, center, and others for the spacecraft to take its final plunge into Jupiter.

    4. Two New Orleans sisters who lost their home and sheltered in the sweltering, squalid Superdome followed very different paths in the storm's wake.

    5. Letter: Why the Second Amendment exists

      New Bern Sun JournalJul 10 02:30 PM

      When our Constitution was written, our Founding Fathers were dealing with a tyrannical government under the control of King George III. While the original Bill of Rights (the first 10 amendments) were proposed by James Madison, there is no specific person or persons who made one single amendment in the original 10; it was more a collective effort.

    6. The week’s passages

      Seattle TimesJul 18 06:05 AM

      A roundup of notable obituaries from the week ending July 18.

    7. Eighty percent of the city of New Orleans flooded in Hurricane Katrina: That’s one of the undisputed facts about the storm and the subsequent levee failures. It’s cited by journalists, politicians, government agencies and nonprofit groups, usually without a source. (We’ve done it, too.)

    8. KSLA family remembers Katrina 10 years later

      KSLA-TV ShreveportJul 29 04:25 AM

      As the country nears the 10 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina three of our KSLA News 12 co-workers have spoken out for the first time since experiencing the storm first hand.

    9. This Week in Central Park

      New York PressJul 31 03:16 AM

      WHAT’S HAPPENING IN THE PARK? Smorgasburg is returning to Central Park! After a successful trial run last fall, the renowned Brooklyn food market is back for one summer night only.

    10. By United Press International UPI Almanac for Thursday, July 9, 2015

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