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TODAY'S GLOBE STORIES:
 GOVERNMENT CONCERN: Credit cards issued to workers for storm expenses scrutinized (By Hope Yen, Associated Press)
 REACTION TO SPEECH: Displaced residents express hope, skepticism (By Tatsha Robertson, Globe Staff)
 Downpours cause problems for travelers (By Adrienne P. Samuels, Globe Staff)
 Mayor: French Quarter to reopen next week (By Cain Burdeau, Associated Press Writer)
 'Great city will rise again,' Bush promises Gulf Coast (By Michael Kranish, Globe Staff)
 Slow Ophelia soaks North Carolina (By Margaret Lillard By Margaret Lillard, Associated Press)
 DUAL ROLE: La. adviser on recovery is lobbyist for insurer (By Sharon Theimer, Associated Press)
 CONGRESS: Lawmakers work to ease access to funds, housing, healthcare (By Mary Dalrymple, Associated Press)
 EVACUEES: Many in poll say they'll stay in Texas (By Richard Morin and Lisa Rein, Washington Post)
 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT: Number of strongest storms seen rising (By Randolph E. Schmid, Associated Press)
 WORK OF FAITH: Rabbi goes on search to recover holy texts (By Solomon Moore, Los Angeles Times)
 MONICA COLLINS: What happened to Fido? (By Monica Collins)
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 WASHING AWAY: Paper predicted disaster
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