View the entire show at http://www.pbs.org/wnet/expose/watch/index.html Watch this preview of "Crisis Mismanagement," Expos?: America's Investigative Reports, on PBS. How could one team of journalists be so far ahead of the curve that they discovered over a year before Hurricane Katrina that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) was a national disaster itself? Watch the story of the investigation into waste and fraud that rocked FEMA and its head, Michael Brown, long before the agency's failings made front-page national news. Brown dismissed the paper's reporting, but the story wouldn't blow over, as the whole country would become painfully aware of only after Katrina hit. And watch the full episode when it premieres online, Wednesday, August 1, at 12 noon ET. (Or check your local listings for broadcast dates on PBS nationwide, beginning Friday, August 3.) For web-exclusive video and audio features, and to stream other episodes in the series, go to http://www.pbs.org/expose
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