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Katrina vs. Harvey: Which storm will prove the costliest in US history?

CNBC's Kate Rogers breaks down the numbers on Hurricane Katrina and what economists are saying is different about Hurricane Harvey.

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Hurricane housing impact on Houston borrowers

CNBC's Diana Olick reports on the housing impact on mortgages from Hurricane Harvey compared to Hurricane Katrina.

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Rebuilding Houston: Former Tulane University president shares lessons learned from Katrina

I think a lot of the focus has to be on the flood protection system, says Scott Cowen, former Tulane University president, talking about the enormous process of rebuilding a major city after a catastrophic event and steps to take to prevent it from occurring again.

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Don Peebles: Communities change after storms like Harvey

Don Peebles, Peebles Corporation CEO and chairman, discusses rebuilding after natural disasters like Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Katrina.

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FEMA doing a 'very good job' but politics could hamper progress: Walter Isaacson

Walter Isaacson, The Aspen Institute CEO, talks about dealing with mega-storms, the emergency response to Hurricane Harvey versus Hurricane Katrina, and why the political capacity is not as good as it was twelve years ago.

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This Day in History, August 29, 2017

Among the events that happened on this day in history, in 2005 Hurricane Katrina slams into the Gulf Coast.

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Former FEMA deputy director: Texas has already begun recovery from storm

Mark Misczak, former FEMA deputy director, discusses the response from Hurricane Harvey putting the Texas region in a better position than the response to Hurricane Katrina.

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I hope in the future Texas will encourage involuntary evacuation: Lt. Gen. Russel Honore

Lt. Gen. Russel Honore, Committee of Joint Task Force Katrina commander, discusses the need for evacuation from certain parts of the Texas region before Hurricane Harvey made landfall.

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Insurers respond to Hurricane Harvey

The Insurance Information Institute says Harvey could match Katrina’s $15B price tag. We have the details on the insurer impact of this storm.

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