The disastrous Supertyphoon Haiyan (known as Yolanda in the Philippines) caused a growth slowdown
(MANILA) — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is in the Philippines to show American backing for its longtime ally and inspect typhoon recovery efforts. Kerry...
Boxing champ says he can't pay his staff
The Philippines National Disaster Agency says that 5,209 are officially dead, but many more are still missing
Philippines is strategically important for U.S. presence in Asia
Weeks after Typhoon Haiyan ravaged the Philippines, more than one million people have received food aid, the United Nations estimates. But logistical hurdles are...
The marchers have been living in a church and a sports stadium since the storm struck Nov. 8.
State Department: Hundreds more have received aid
A small group of Americans and their cadaver dogs came to help with recovery operations in hard-hit Tacloban
The initial paltry sum of $100K drew ridicule
Officials estimate up to 10,000 dead in The Philippines, as Vietnam braces for the worst
The world's second largest economy offloads insultingly small change on a storm-battered Philippines
The scaremongering is undermining relief efforts
The U.S. dispatches a flotilla of aid, while China barely lifts a finger to help its neighbor
Tragedy occurs as thousands storm food warehouse
Reports of "vast devastation" in city of Tacloban as gusts reach 275 kph
Typhoon Haiyan has left the country's infrastructure in shambles. The precarious community needs to figure out how to properly collect the bodies of the dead,...
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After natural disasters, human beings are inherently altruistic, and want to help their fellow man, right? Well, it turns out to be a little more complicated...
Haiyan's path of destruction extends far beyond where it first made landfall