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November 8th, 2013
10:37 PM ET

World's strongest storms

Typhoon Haiyan is possibly the strongest storm ever to hit land. But it is far from the only monster storm to cause unimaginable amounts of death and destruction. 360's Gary Tuchman looks at some of the world's worst storms.

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November 8th, 2013
10:36 PM ET

Typhoon Haiyan: Families bracing for the worst

Some of the areas hit hardest by this storm are completely cut off from outside communications. Families around the world are waiting to hear from loved ones. Anderson spoke with Katsy Borromeo-Chiongbian who is in Chicago and has been unable to reach her relatives in the Philippines.

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November 8th, 2013
10:33 PM ET

Secretary Kerry's bombshell on the JFK assassination

In the five decades since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy many Americans have never believed that Lee Harvey Oswald was a lone gunman. Today Secretary of State John Kerry said that he's not convinced either. Anderson discussed this with author Philip Shenon and presidential historian Douglas Brinkley.

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November 8th, 2013
10:29 PM ET

Relief workers respond to typhoon

Some of the areas hardest hit by the typhoon are physically remote, many are cut off from communications, and there are reports some areas are totally destroyed. Those are just some of the challenges for relief workers. The storm struck the island of Bohol as it was struggling to rebuild from an earthquake that struck last month. Anderson spoke with Mark Dyer, a response team leader for Shelterbox.
Anderson spoke with Mary Ann Zamora in Cebu City for World Vision.
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November 8th, 2013
10:25 PM ET

Inside Typhoon Haiyan

As the sun rises in the Philippines, we are getting our first reports of damage from one of the strongest storms in history. The scale of Typhoon Haiyan's destruction is still unclear.  It cut directly across the nation that's home to nearly 100 million people. Video shows a storm unlike anything most of us will ever see.
CNN's Paula Hancocks is in Manila with the latest.
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November 8th, 2013
06:14 PM ET

LAX shooting survivor: "Not to sound too dramatic, I didn't want to die"

California high school teacher Brian Ludmer is lucky to be alive. He was shot at Los Angeles International Airport when a gunman opened fire. The bullet shattered two leg bones. Speaking from his hospital bed, Brian described how he crawled into a closet and saved his own life with a makeshift tourniquet.

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November 8th, 2013
05:43 PM ET

CNN Heroes Top 10: Tawanda Jones

Tawanda Jones is using dance to empower the youth of Camden, New Jersey, one of the poorest cities in the country.  Through Jones' drill team program, more than 4,000 children have learned discipline, respect and community service - and all of them have graduated high school.
 
One of this year’s Top 10 Heroes will become the ‘CNN Hero of the Year’ and awarded $250,000 to continue their work.  You can vote once a day, every day at www.cnnheroes.com  through Sunday, November 17.
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November 8th, 2013
05:41 PM ET

Pandora's Promise: Can nuclear energy stop climate change?

The CNN Film Pandora's Promise looks at the debate over nuclear power and whether it could help combat climate change. Some environmentalists are not willing to risk future disasters along the lines of Chernobyl, Three Mile Island or Fukushima, even if it means reducing the world's reliance on fossil fuels. Anderson took a closer look at these issues with filmmaker Robert Stone, climate scientist James Hansen and Dale Bryk of  Natural Resources Defense Council.

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