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  • Tuscaloosa From Above An aerial shot of Tuscaloosa, Ala., taken April 28, shows the tornado's path across the city.

    South Struggling With Cleanup

  • Thousands of trees were downed, at least 100 structures were leveled and vehicles were tossed more than 150 yards along the tornado's path, the National Weather Service in Birmingham, Ala., said Sunday.

    More Than 250 Tornadoes Struck

  • He and others began sliding down the aisle, being sucked into the tornado's pull.

    Twister Death Toll Seen Rising

  • In all, about 4,200 of the district's 7,700 students lived in the tornado's track.

    As ravaged Joplin heals, schools return on time

  • Believers praise god for sparing them from the tornado's wrath (as if the tornado was anthropomorphic), but do they blame god for the deaths of those who were not spared.?

    Saul Friedman: Let's Hear It For the Atheists

  • Specifically, their plan to reform Medicare, which some folks say is akin to a tornado's plan to reform trailer courts.

    Will Durst: Corroded Clockwork

  • I learned yesterday that Concord, the neighborhood where I grew up, was in the tornado's path.

    Full Frame

  • An aerial shot of Tuscaloosa, Ala., taken April 28, shows the tornado's path across the city.

    Tuscaloosa From Above

  • Simmons says mobile homes constitute only 7% of the USA's housing stock, but his research found that 43% of all tornado deaths are to people in mobile homes, which can be no match for a tornado's violent winds, clocked as high as 300 mph.

    On tornado watch: Experts predict volatile spring season

  • The tornado's death toll rose Thursday to 126, the Associated Press reported.

    Kin Keep Vigil at Morgue

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