Receding Waters Reveal More Bodies

Receding waters in New Orleans revealed bodies of those who did not survive the storm; increasing operations at a makeshift morgue in St. Gabriel.

Bodies have also been discovered under debris in Mississippi, as officials work to restore the state's infrastructure; hoping to have power restored to the state by Sunday. Frustrated survivors of the storm are again waiting in long lines for relief money from the american red cross and FEMA.

Meanwhile, criticism for FEMA Director Michael Brown ramps up with reports that Brown's biography has inconsistencies and when appointed by President Bush, was not qualified for the job.