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November 11th, 2013
08:35 PM ET

What if Typhoon Haiyan hit the United States?

Officials fear 10,000 or more are dead in the Philippines, a country that is used to massive typhoons hitting regularly.

But what if a super typhoon like Haiyan hit the United States?

Tom Foreman is Outfront.


Filed under: International • News • Typhoon Haiyan
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  1. Joey at Purdue Univ

    "When former President Bush and I were asked to work on the tsunami, before we did the Katrina work, Americans, many of whom could not find the Maldives or Sri Lanka on a map, gave $1.2 billion to tsunami aid. Thirty percent of our households gave. Half of them gave over the Internet, which means...

    You don’t even have to be rich to change the world if enough people agree with you. But we have to do this." (WJC)

    November 11, 2013 at 9:10 pm | Reply

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