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Morning Express with Robin Meade

A fast, personal, and smart blend of all the news you want in the morning. We call it "News in the Fast Lane." So buckle up.

Katrina 10 years later: Where are they now?

Katrina 10 years later: Where are they now?

The man at the center of one of the most heartbreaking moments of the Hurricane Katrina coverage, kept his promise to always look after his kids and grandkids.

You may remember, the day Hardy Jackson stopped a reporter on the street to tell her that he had just lost his wife.

Hurricane Katrina timeline

Countdown to Katrina

HLN meteorologist Bob Van Dillen goes back in time to count down some of the moments you may have forgotten leading up to Hurricane Katrina's landfall on August 29, 2005.

Gallery: Broken homes & hearts: Katrina remembered

Rob Thomas' new album "The Great Unknown" is out now

'The Great Unknown' is not the Rob Thomas you know

Singer/songwriter  Rob  Thomas  says  he  gets  inspiration  for  a  lot  of  his  songs  from  his  wife  and  her  strength  in  the  face  of  illness.  The  title  track  for  his  new  album  "The  Great  Unknown"  is  one  of  those  songs. 

Thomas  talked  to  HLN's  Robin  Meade  about  that  song  and  the  "different"  sound  of  this  new  album.  Thomas  says,  "I  listen  to  a  lot  of  different  kinds  of  music,  and  at  the  end  of  my  career  I  want  my  music  to  be  as  diverse  as  my  CD  collection  is."

Donald Trump calls woman up on stage to verify that he is not wearing a toupee

Trump: 'I don't wear a toupee!'

Just how far will Donald Trump go, to convince the skeptics that is famous head of hair is not a wig?

At a rally in Greenville, South Carolina, the Republican presidential candidate tried to shut down the persistent rumors by calling a woman up on stage to confirm that his hair is in fact real. Hairsprayed, but real.

Men found dead in home filled with mysterious fumes

Men found dead in home filled with mysterious fumes

Neighbors say they are terrified as investigators try to figure out what kind of mysterious hazardous material is in a home near Des Plaines, Illinois.

Authorities say two men and a woman were found inside the house. Both men were dead. The woman is in critical condition.

British 5-year-old learns he's going to be a big brother

'I'm going to be a new big brother!'

A little boy's reaction to his mother's news that he is going to be a big brother is making the Internet smile!

Is it the accent, the cheeks or just his genuine excitement and surprise that makes this so sweet?

Erika could be first Florida 'cane in 10 years

Erika could be first Florida 'cane in 10 years

Tropical Storm Erika swamped the Caribbean island of Dominica on Thursday.

Four people were killed and nearly two dozen more are missing after the storm swept away homes and wiped out roads. At least one community was swamped by a mudslide and rescuers can't even reach it.

	Tropical Storm Erika doesn't have strong winds, but heavy rains were wreaking havoc on the Caribbean island of Dominica where three people were killed. Erika was expected to produce rainfall of 4-8 inches across parts of the Leeward Island through Saturday.

Daily Speed Feed: Friday, August 28, 2015

'Bimbo' bread recall

Bread recalled due to glass fragments

Check your pantry (or where ever you keep your bread) for loaves of Sara Lee, Great Value, Kroger, Bimbo, Nature's Harvest and L'Oven Fresh bread.

Some of them are being pulled off store shelves after 3 people reported finding glass on the outside of their bread.

Carly Sheesley

Military kid says family life can be challenging

Many deployed servicemen and women come home changed with seen and unseen wounds of war. 

Ohio teen Carly Sheesley didn’t know what to do when she saw her father having a panic attack after he returned from Iraq. She later learned the attack was related to post-traumatic stress disorder.

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