(Video) Tech Talk News: Check Out The Most Popular Google Searches Of 2011!!

Year is coming to a close so lets see what was the talk of the town on Google. Full story after the jump. +TatWZA X @ShottaDru Shotta Dru on Google+

FEMA Assistance Extended For Irene Victims

FEMA assistance for Hurricane Irene damage has been extended. The hurricane hit back in August but people are still struggling with the damage Irene caused. People effected by the disaster will not have until November 30 to register for disaster assistance. People can register three different ways for relief. Find out more after the jump. @Julie1205

Hurricane Irene Leads To Pumpkin Shortage

Even though Hurricane Irene has come and gone, she’s not done hitting the East Coast where it hurts-it’s wallet. Due to Irene, there maybe a pumpkin shortage this year especially in the Northeastern states. The shortage of pumpkins has already led to a price increase of wholesale prices which means buying pumpkins from the store will be much more than it was last year. Pumpkin farmers were having a hard time before the storm due to heavy rains this year, but Irene topped it off. Looks like I’ll have to be getting my pumpkins early this year! Read more after the jump. @Julie1205

White House Submits Disaster Aid Package Request

The White House has submitted it’s disaster aid package request. The White House is requesting $5.1 billion for this year and next to refill the disaster relief fund. Because of Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee, the government is speculating that funds could run out by the end of this year. Read more after the jump. @Julie1205

(Video) Obama Visits Storm-Battered New Jersey

President Barack Obama reviewed damage inflicted by Hurricane Irene in northern New Jersey on Sunday, promising residents, “We’ll be there to help.” Obama visited the towns of Paterson and Wayne, where residents showed the high-water marks from the flooding spawned by last week’s hurricane. Continue reading and watch a video of his visit after the jump. @capriSUNshine

Gov. Cuomo’s Labor For Your Neighbor

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has begun a new program this weekend called “Labor For Your Neighbor.” The program will encourage New Yorkers to help other New Yorkers that were affected by Hurricane Irene. Read more about the program and how you can help after the jump. @Julie1205

Over 580,000 customers still without power after Hurricane Irene!!

Wow, this is crazy!! Slightly more than 580,000 customers along the East Coast from North Carolina to Maine are still without power as a result of the damage caused by Hurricane Irene, according to estimates released Friday by the U.S. Department of Energy. My thoughts and prayers are with these people!! Hopefully you will get power back soon and your lives can get back to normal. @ItsLukieBaby

(Video) Hurricane Irene In Relation To The US Economy By Presidential Candidate Bachmann

Hurricane Irene rocked the East Coast this past weekend. As we recover and try to rebuild Minnesota congresswoman and presidential candidate Michele Bachmann spoke with people at Shriner’s temple in Sarasota, Fla. on Sunday and compared the recent natural disasters to our fiscal policy. Check out Bachmann’s wacky statement after the jump. @ShottaDru

(Photo) Rocker Sebastian Bach’s NJ Home Ruined in Hurricane Irene

Sebastian Bach is “numb, in shock and devastated” after his New Jersey home was throttled by Hurricane Irene. Not only was there damage on the home itself, but tons of priceless, irreplaceable memorbilia was ruined as well. That’s awful! Details and a pic of the damage after the jump. Marisa Mendez

Update On The NYC Evacuation Order!

The evacuation order on New York City has been lifted! All those  who evacuated can now return home, but should do so in a cautious and safe manner. @Julie1205

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