President Donald Trump and his wife, First Lady Melania Trump touched down on Air Force One in Corpus Christi, Texas on Tuesday to observe the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. The first couple landed in Texas on the 12th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana. Fashion bloggers criticized Mrs. Trump for wearing fashionable stiletto pumps to visit southeast Texas where Harvey made landfall late Friday.

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Charles Arianna Evans

The 9-year-old boy who became the face of New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina is now a transsexual.

Among the thousands of New Orleans residents who were trapped inside the Superdome by Katrina's surging floodwaters was little Charles Evans, who rode out the storm with his great-grandmother, Ophelia.

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After months of failed attempts, rapper Young Jeezy was successfully served with a subpoena last week to appear in child support court. According to a well-placed source, the process servers had a difficult time serving Jeezy who always remained one step ahead of them.

In all fairness, Jeezy, real name Jay Jenkins, may not have known he was being served. Friends say the 32-year-old entrepreneur is a good father to his 15-year-old son, Shyheim. He's also a generous philanthropist who has given freely of his money and time to underprivileged children through his Street Dreamz Foundation. In 2005, Jeezy opened his home up to Hurricane Katrina victims who needed a place to stay.

They say that for years Jeezy's baby mama was happy to make do with the rumored $2,000 a month he was giving her for their son. But now the teenager is older and his private school tuition eats up most of the checks. Then there are the things that a growing boy needs such as new clothes and pricey high top sneakers.

Jeezy's last studio album, Recession (2008), has sold nearly 1 million copies to date.

Yesterday, Green Party presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney, held a press conference to reveal 5,000 black males were suspiciously murdered during Hurricane Katrina.

According to McKinney, the names of the 5,000 are contained in a Pentagon computer. She claims the men were prisoners whose bodies were dumped in a swamp. :?

I do recall New Orleans prison officials releasing a large number of black prisoners after Hurricane Katrina when rising water flooded the prisons. Does anyone know what happened to those prisoners?