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Flood victims line up to a FEMA trailer to get assistance in 2011.

FEMA has enough funding -- for now

Response to Sandy could deplete coffers, as sequestration threat looms.

Workers haul sandbags in front of the Justice Department.

Washington-area federal agencies remain closed Tuesday

Hurricane Sandy keeps the federal government in D.C. shuttered a second consecutive day.

D.C. residents purchase last minute supplies, including a dwindling supply of sadbags, from Ace Hardware on Monday afternoon.

'Repent!': D.C. Merchants, Tourists and Homeless Brace for Hurricane Sandy

From God's wrath to tourists who picked a bad weekend, stories from those trapped in the nation's capital.

Line crews and support personnel leave from Ohio and head to New Jersey in advance of Hurricane Sandy.

Internet, phone companies brace for Hurricane Sandy

High winds, rain and possible power outages have the potential to play havoc on networks

IRS awards $38 million to corporate whistleblower

Payout is second-largest in program’s five-year history.

Ashraf Gouda delivers mail during inclement weather in 2011.

USPS announces closures in storm areas

Postal Service aimed to deliver mail before storm.

Romney in 2011: ‘Makes no sense’ to fund federal disaster relief

The former governor wants states to oversee emergency response.

Nine ways to make your cell phone last the whole storm even if the power goes out

Hurricane Sandy has begun hitting the east coast, but fortunately, cell phone access is available even when the power goes out.

What if we didn't know Hurricane Sandy was coming?

The New York Times reports that dying satellites threaten our ability to forecast storms in the years ahead.

Top Free Smartphone Apps for Surviving Hurricane Sandy

Essential apps you'll need on your smartphone to weather Hurricane Sandy.