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Shows featuring John Mc Quaid

  • The Path to Destruction: Two Years After Katrina, Cleanup and Recovery Far From Complete Katrinacleanup
    Today marks the second anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. The storm ravaged the Gulf Coast of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama, and left over 1,600 people dead. More than 300,000 homes were destroyed, and over 770,000 people displaced. It was the most powerful and expensive natural disaster to hit the country and one of the deadliest hurricanes recorded in U.S. history. We speak with Pulitzer...
    August 29, 2007 | Story
  • SILICON TOXICS
    Think of the computer manufacturing industry and what often comes to mind is a glossy, high-tech, environmentally-friendly factories. But a new report out this week reveals the seamy side of the high tech electronic manufacturing industry.
    July 01, 1997 | Story