Alfred Romualdez is the mayor of Tacloban. Residents call him "The Ghost" because they believed he died in Typhoon Haiyan, and he nearly did. There is little left standing in his city. CNN's Andrew Stevens spoke to Mayor Romualdez about the growing humanitarian crisis in Tacloban and how close he came to being swept away by the storm surge.
With each passing day, the desperation is growing. The youngest survivors are among the most vulnerable. CNN's Paula Hancocks takes a look at how some of Tacloban's children are dealing with this crisis.
John Wynn is an American missionary who was in Tacloban when the typhoon hit. He and his family survived the storm and reached safety near Manila. He spoke to Anderson about the city and people he left behind.
For those who survived Typhoon Haiyan, a new reality is setting in. Many live without knowing if loved ones survived the storm. Anderson met some Tacloban residents desperately searching for their missing family members.
Anderson got an up-close look at the devastation in Tacloban. Help cannot reach the city fast enough. There are already hundreds of American service members on the ground in the Philippines along with tons of supplies. There is plenty more aid on the way. There are also daunting obstacles to getting the vital supplies to those whose lives are hanging in the balance. CNN's Barbara Starr has the latest on America's contribution to the global relief effort.
Anderson logistics of getting relief supplies to storm victims with Ben Hemmingway a regional advisor for USAID and Geoffrey Pinnock an Emergency Officer for the United Nations World Food Programme.
U.S. Air Force Captain Jonathan Shamess talks to Anderson about U.S. relief efforts in the Philippines.
Anderson arrived in the Philippines yesterday and found an increasingly desperate situation. Survivors are racing to find loved ones. A massive relief effort is taking shape, but the supplies are not yet reaching so many in need. Anderson takes a look the developments over the last 24 hours.
In 1972, Chrisann Brennan and Steve Jobs met while they were in high school. They dated off and on for the next five years. Their relationship ended while Brennan was pregnant with their daughter Lisa. Now, Chrisann Brennan is opening up about their relationship. She spoke to Anderson and shared her memories about the early days of Apple, Jobs' upbringing, how he initially denied paternity of their child, and much more.
Storm chasers are used to running towards danger. But Haiyan is one of the strongest storms to ever hit land. What it left behind is devastation on a scale that that's hard to imagine. Storm chaser James Reynolds described the screams "we could hear them over the roaring of the storm and breaking of glass." He also described jumping in the water to help save typhoon victims.
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