Burying the dead.
One week after Super Typhoon Haiyan devastated the Philippines, bodies are still being pulled from the rubble. The death toll now stands at 3,631 but that number is expected to rise.
At least 1100 people are missing, and the hope of finding other survivors gets more unlikely with each passing day. Nick Paton Walsh is Outfront with the story.
International organizations are racing against time to deliver emergency aid to the survivors of Super Typhoon Haiyan.
The U.S. has 250 troops on the ground, delivered 107,000 pounds of supplies and is moving several navy ships to the region to help with the rescue.
Nick Paton Walsh is in the center of the destruction in Tacloban.
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.
Just how big was Super Typhoon Haiyan? Here's what it would have looked like approaching the East Coast of the US: pic.twitter.com/wtel16EPwH
— Jonathan Wald (@jonathanwald) November 11, 2013