Former FEMA Chief Testifies on Katrina Response

Michael Brown, the Federal Emergency Management Agency chief who resigned earlier this month after criticism for his handling of the response to Hurricane Katrina, testified before a House investigative panel Tuesday.

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Spencer Hsu, Washington Post homeland security reporter

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