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FEMA asks for return of disaster aid

The Federal Emergency Management Agency is asking thousands of Americans who were victims of natural disasters to return more than $22 million in government aid. Full story

U.S. storms set single day record

  According to FEMA, a record 312 storms touched down in a 24-hour period last Wednesday and Thursday across the South. The previous record was 148, which was set in April 1974.

Japan quake disaster raises US awareness

  FEMA administrator Craig Fugate explains what every home should have in case of an emergency or natural disaster.

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Cordova, Ala.
Cordova, Ala.

In this May 26, 2011 photo, storm clouds gather over the tornado-damaged Main Street of Cordova, Ala. The city bans the type of mobile homes provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency as temporary shelter for tornado survivors, prompting outrage among many residents.