This Thanksgiving week we're just one week shy of the three-month mark since Hurricane Katrina tore along the Gulf Coast. The population of New Orleans has diminished from just under half a million on August 28, the day before the storm hit, to 75,000 residents. With night-time temperatures in the 30's, half are still without heat or sewage in a city with few resources to rebuild. Those temporarily living in hotels across the country at FEMA's expense, face a December 1 change in housing subsidies. Given vulnerable geography and suspect levees, should the city be rebuilt? With cameras no longer chronicling the daily crisis, have we forgotten those trying to start over along the gulf coast? Guest host Diana Nyad revisits the desperate situation of New Orleans and other Gulf Coast residents. (An extended version of this segment aired earlier today on To the Point.)Making News: Mayor Villaraigosa Working on Strategy for LAUSD TakeoverIn the recent mayoral race, Antonio Villaraigosa said he should have more control over the Los Angeles Unified School District. Last week he accused the teachers' union and school board of standing in the way of reform. According to today's Los Angeles Times, his team is working on a strategy for taking over the LAUSD. Joel Rubin is co-author of that story.