Ten Years after Katrina: A Tale of Two Cities

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In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans was left under water 10 years ago — one of the worst disasters in American history. Today, it's celebrating a historic recovery — but not for everybody.  

Also, the first internationally-run uranium bank aims to prevent nuclear proliferation. On today's Talking Point, David Simon wrote The Wire, Treme and other TV series full of high drama, colorful characters and important insights about America's divided cities. Now he's focused on a 20-year-old battle to integrate housing in Yonkers. We talk to him about Show Me a Hero.

Photo: The Cornstalk Hotel in New Orleans' French Quarter (Bill  Kleiman)