In 2012, two massive storms pounded the United States, leaving hundreds of thousands of people homeless, hungry or without power for days and weeks. Americans believed the Red Cross was up to the job of easing the suffering left in the storms' wake. They were wrong.
Correction: Superstorm-Mental Health story
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The American Red Cross is honoring Heidi Klum in Washington for her work volunteering with the charity.
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