New Orleans, 10 years after Hurricane Katrina
Despite recent economic progress in the city, abandoned properties dot New Orleans, a decade after Hurricane Katrina made landfall Aug. 29, 2005, swamping about 80 percent of the city. This house, shown on Aug. 11, 2015, is in the city's Ninth Ward. (Chris Adams/McClatchy DC/TNS)
Volunteers find shelters for animal refugees of Washington wildfires
Kaelyn Marchand, 17, lets her horses have some exercise after spending three days in a pen after she had to move them to the Okanogan County Fairgrounds because of encroaching wildfires. (Sy Bean/Seattle Times/TNS)
Victory for the Pirates
The Pittsburgh Pirates' Andrew McCutchen celebrates with teammates Josh Harrison (5) and Starling Marte (6) after hitting a three-run home run in the second inning against the Miami Marlins on Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015, at Marlins Park in Miami. The Pirates won, 7-2. (David Santiago/El Nuevo Herald/TNS)
Rising St. Louis homicides put focus on housing project
Attelia Willis, 23, holds her daughter, Allicionna Whitfield, 2, on July 15, 2015, in the same apartment building on Hodiamont Avenue where Brandon Claxton, 16, was shot by police on July 12. Willis said that she wants to get out of the apartment building and give her daughter a better life. She said she is tired of making friends there and then having to go their funerals. Other apartment residents were surprised that Willis had children because she rarely lets them out of her apartment. (J.B. Forbes/St. Louis Post-Dispatch/TNS)
Bailey D. Dog for president
Jacob Rubin, 14, plays with his dog Bailey at his home in Long Grove, Ill., on Friday, Aug. 21, 2015. Rubin and his brother Jonathan signed up their dog -- Bailey D. Dog -- as an independent candidate for president. (John Konstantaras/Chicago Tribune/TNS)
Giant robot gears up to battle Japanese rival
Megabots Inc. co-founder Gui Cavalcanti is photograped with his Mk II robot on Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015, in Oakland, Calif. The robot is 15 feet tall and was built at a cost of $200,000 in five months. (Aric Crabb/Bay Area News Group/TNS)
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