Nov 27, 2013 — On this busiest travel day of the year, millions trying to get somewhere in the eastern half of the U.S. will be dealing with storms.
Nov 26, 2013 — Watch out if you're planning to be on the roads Wednesday: A storm that's already caused some deaths and many problems across the southwest and southern states continues to take aim at the eastern half of the nation. With more than 43 million Americans expected to travel in coming days, the weather is going to complicate many trips.
Nov 24, 2013 — Meteorologists are warning the storm could develop into a travel headache for the upcoming Thanksgiving week. The storm is blamed for causing traffic accidents that resulted in deaths.
Nov 19, 2013 — veThe storm struck on Nov. 8 and some remote islands have yet to be reached. It's been difficult to get help to some survivors and to account for the dead. As of Tuesday, the official death toll stood at nearly 4,000. Among them were at least 5 Americans.
Nov 19, 2013 — The severe storms that swept through Illinois, Michigan and other states left at least eight people dead. Thousands more had their homes destroyed or ruined. With cold weather coming, reconstruction will be delayed.
Nov 18, 2013 — It was a deadly combination: Winter jet streams collided with warm and moist air. Twisters flattened subdivisions in Washington, Ill., and tore through farming communities. The destruction spread to other states across the upper Midwest. Six deaths have been reported in Illinois, two in Michigan.
Nov 14, 2013 — In the shattered city of Tacloban, officials say most of the aid that has arrived hasn't yet gotten to the people who need it. There aren't yet enough trucks, there isn't enough gas and there aren't enough rescue personnel to distribute food, water and other necessities.
Nov 12, 2013 — The State Department is spotlighting the mGive Foundation's online and cellphone donation tools. Millions have been affected by Typhoon Haiyan and large areas of the Philippines have been devastated.
Nov 12, 2013 — As governments and aid groups rush help to the scene, they're confronting epic devastation. The top U.S. commander there has flown over the areas where Typhoon Haiyan hit. It looks "like a bomb went off," Marine Brig. Gen. Paul Kennedy tells Morning Edition.
Nov 8, 2013 — The storm was packing some of the strongest winds ever recorded for a tropical cyclone when it hit the islands. Only a few deaths have been reported so far; however, the toll is expected to rise. It's now headed toward Vietnam. Landfall there is expected Sunday.