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In northern Cebu, where the typhoon made two devastating
landfalls last Friday, families line the road begging for supplies
Typhoon Haiyan: Before and after
Aerial images taken over the Philippines reveal the scale of devastation
Typhoon Haiyan has caused in the once-vibrant coastal city of Tacloban.
TODAY IN CLIMATE CHANGE NEWS:
Officials fear the devastating impact of Typhoon Haiyan
will overshadow core issue of climate change prevention
THE LATEST IN FOX “NEWS” NEWS:
What I learned from partying with Fox News
Everyone loves Megyn Kelly, the Fox News “look” is real, and Bill O’Reilly loves a photo op
SO GLAD WE’RE LIVING IN A POST-RACIAL SOCIETY:
FIFTY YEARS AGO:
PHOTOGRAPHY IS NOT A CRIME:
TODAY IN WTF? NEWS:
Andy Kaufman’s Brother Says Comedian
is Alive, in Love and Has a Daughter
Mayor McCheese and the Hamburglar
Rob Ford did drugs, partied with escort, police document alleges
Mayor Rob Ford did drugs and partied with an escort during an all-night
binge last year beginning in his office, a new police document alleges.
Rob Ford admits to buying drugs; councillors ask him to take a leave
Mayor Rob Ford admitted during a testy and unprecedented city council
debate Wednesday that he has bought illegal drugs in the last two years.
► He knows when you’ve been good or bad ◄
Santa Claus Parade asks Rob Ford not to march
Parade co-chair has sent a letter to the mayor’s staff, asking to avoid the distraction
of having Rob Ford march “and put the focus back on Santa and Mrs. Claus.”
The five funniest lessons from Sarah Palin’s Christmas book
Palin predicts a President Romney and shares her recipe for Rice Krispies Treats
Liz Cheney Won’t Call Herself A ‘Tea Party Candidate,’
Goes Instead With ‘I’m A Supporter’ Of The Movement
Marijuana laws in Washington, D.C., poised to be relaxed
City council set to decriminalize small amounts of pot, but Congress could interfere