Months of perfect weather in northern New England draws tourists _ but not free-spending ones

The Dalai Lama

AP IMPACT: Katrina recovery a tale of SBA delays, rejections, ‘things that were wrong’

AP IMPACT: Katrina a tale of SBA failure

CHALMETTE, La. — Five years after Hurricane Katrina, Jay Young is still haunted by the desperate voices on the other end of the telephone crying and begging for help.

AP INVESTIGATION: Katrina recovery a tale of SBA delays, rejections, ‘things that were wrong’

AP INVESTIGATION: Katrina a tale of SBA failure

Rabies epidemic hits tourist haven of Bali; govt short on vaccines, kills 200,000 dogs

Rabid dogs roam holiday hotspot, kill at least 78

100 days of oil: For residents of the Gulf Coast, nothing is the same as it used to be

100 days of oil: Gulf life will never be the same

Gulf oil spill affects seafood restaurants nationwide; diners ask if their meal is safe

Diners grilling restaurants over seafood sourcing

No Gulf seafood means no po-boys, anything else at shuttered Louisiana cafe; others hurting

No Gulf seafood, no po-boys; owner shuts La. cafe

Jumbo problems for shrimp could loom for shrimp amid Gulf oil spill; wholesale prices climb

President Barack Obama

Obama predicts better times coming for Gulf, tours coast ahead of TV speech, meeting with BP

President Barack Obama
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Gulf oil spill increases the price and demand for shrimp from outside oil-slickened waters

Gulf oil spill upping price for domestic shrimp

Trained noses expected to sniff out oil-tainted seafood, but vast Gulf catch hard to monitor

Trained noses to sniff out Gulf seafood for oil

‘Dine out for the Gulf Coast’ initiative aims to serve fishing industry hit by oil spill

Fundraiser puts Gulf seafood on the menu

BERKELEY, Calif. — BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Eat a shrimp, support a Gulf of Mexico fisherman. That’s the thinking behind the “Dine Out for the Gulf Coast” campaign in which restaurants across the country will be putting a little fish philanthropy on the menu.

BP pauses effort to stop Gulf oil leak, says it is monitoring unprecedented top kill attempt

President Barack Obama

BP labors to kill oil leak; scientists say it eclipses Exxon Valdez as biggest US spill ever