Cleanup begins in Missouri and Arkansas, as a strong storm system heads for eastern Ohio and the mid-Atlantic. Meanwhile, Minnesota, the Dakotas, and Wisconsin face ice and snow.
A judge on Friday gave the go-ahead to the US Army Corps of Engineers to blow an opening into a Missouri levee. Advocates say it's the best way to prevent worse flooding downriver, but residents could be affected.
From Seattle to Huntsville, Ala., five cities are poised to prosper in the New Economy because of exports, innovation, clean technology, and healthcare.
They let go of to-do lists and drifted down river with a guitar and an open schedule.
Readers write about ways the financial industry should be made to pay for its mistakes, why a stable retail price is the wrong way to handle gas, why the TVA should not be changed, and why Obama must appoint liberal judges to the bench.
A dike break released more than 5.4 million cubic yards of toxic sludge and put rivers downstream at risk.
A mixture of water and fly ash, a residue that is captured in the chimneys of coal-fired power plants.
State lawmakers seek to move part of Georgia's border one mile north into Tennessee.