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Rick Jervis

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Reporter for USA Today

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As the Army Corps of Engineers continues opening the Morganza Spillway, sheriff's deputies are going door to door in low-lying Cajun country, urging residents to seek higher ground.

South Soaked by Swollen Mississippi River

As the Army Corps of Engineers continues opening the Morganza Spillway, sheriff's deputies are going door to door in low-lying Cajun country, urging residents to seek higher ground.

from To the Point

At the White House today, President Obama conceded widespread frustration, but  defended federal government actions  since Day One.

President Obama on the Oil Spill, Tougher Offshore Drilling Policy

At the White House today, President Obama conceded widespread frustration, but defended federal government actions since Day One.

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