For children caught in the storm's path, relief cannot come fast enough. UNICEF is racing to help the youngest and often most vulnerable typhoon victims. UNICEF Spokesman Kent Page spoke about the charity’s operation in the typhoon zone.
If you would like to help UNICEF's typhoon relief effort call 1-800-FOR-KIDS or click here.
There are stories of hope and heartache all over the Philippines. One week after the super typhoon hit, so many survivors are still in limbo. That includes a Filipino-American woman who was visiting family when the storm hit. She is pregnant and reached safety with her niece and nephew. So far she’s been unable to get permission for them to leave the country and says she won't return to the U.S. without them. Anna Coren has their story.
Just when you thought Toronto's crack-smoking mayor Rob Ford had maxed out the shock factor, he managed to take it to a new level - this time with a lewd remark. His latest outburst came just a day after Toronto's city councilvoted to ask him to take a leave of absence. Not only is Ford refusing to leave, he's digging in and taking no prisoners. Paula Newton has the latest.
President Obama went in front of the cameras today and basically fell on his sword, taking full blame for the botched rollout of the Affordable Care Act's website and telling Americans he's not a perfect man. At a press conference today, he also announced new rules to help people whose health insurance has been canceled under Obamacare. Chief National Correspondent John King has the latest.
U.S. Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia spoke to Wolf and described today's announcement as "a step in the right direction." The red-state Democrat also said he wants to see some of the law's key deadlines delayed.
Anderson addresses criticism from Korina Sanchez. She's a radio broadcaster in the Philippines and also the wife of the country's Interior Minister. She reportedly claimed Anderson said he had seen no presence of the Filipino government on the ground in Tacloban. Anderson talks about the relief response he saw during his time in the hard-hit city and describes the extensive work that still needs to be done. Anderson also pays tribute to the strength of the people he met there.
One week ago, Typhoon Haiyan nearly leveled the city of Tacloban. Today there are still bodies in the street. The stench is overwhelming, and so is the sadness. Anderson checks back with some of the storm victims he met earlier this week.
A full week since super Typhoon Haiyan slammed into the Philippines, those who survived are now facing new dangers. More than two million people are in desperate need of food, shelter, and medical supplies. The stakes get higher with each passing day. International aid is pouring in at the airport, but the relief supplies are not reaching the victims fast enough. In hard hit Tacloban the desperation is everywhere. Nick Paton Walsh has the latest.
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