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Soldiers hold back people who are waiting to board a military aircraft in Tacloban. While the government, international aid groups and foreign militaries have rushed to the affected area, they are having trouble getting to the victims because of blocked roads, the U.S. commander on the scene told NPR early Wednesday. Edgar Su/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Typhoon Haiyan Devastates The Philippines

Typhoon Victims Struggle To Survive As Aid Is Slow To Arrive

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Typhoon Victims Struggle To Survive As Aid Is Slow To Arrive

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Todd Park, the U.S. chief technology officer, testifies before the House oversight committee about problems implementing the health care program. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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The Tech Stats We Now Know About HealthCare.gov

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The Tech Stats We Now Know About HealthCare.gov

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Rosarito, Mexico, near the U.S. border in the Mexican state of Baja California, is home to thousands of Americans who live there full or part time, many in properties with long-term leases. A proposed change to Mexican law would allow foreigners outright ownership of Mexican beachfront properties. Guillermo Arias/AP hide caption

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Americans Might Soon Get To Buy Mexican Beachfront, Border Land

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President Barack Obama speaks in Boston about the Affordable Care Act. Obama and his supporters have often said the health care law would allow half of single Americans under 35 to get insurance for less than $50 a month. Stephan Savoia/AP hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Can Young People Get Obamacare For $50 A Month? Sometimes

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Can Young People Get Obamacare For $50 A Month? Sometimes

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President Obama's response to the NSA spying revelations has changed over the past five months. Getty Images hide caption

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It's All Politics

How Obama's Response To NSA Spying Has Evolved

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How Obama's Response To NSA Spying Has Evolved

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It's not the prettiest dessert, but it is delicious. Katherine Perry/NPR hide caption

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It's National Indian Pudding Day! Here's Why You Should Celebrate

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After receiving a dubious letter, the aging Woody (Bruce Dern) heads off on a quest to collect $1 million, dragging his son David (Will Forte) along with him. Paramount Pictures hide caption

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Movie Reviews

Chasing Money, And Meaning, In 'Nebraska'

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Chasing Money, And Meaning, In 'Nebraska'

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Even visitors to the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C., can't see the Gunboat Philadelphia from every angle. But online, viewers can flip the boat in every possible direction using the Smithsonian Institution's new 3-D viewer. Smithsonian Institution hide caption

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All Tech Considered

Print Your Own Revolutionary War Boat, In 3-D

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Print Your Own Revolutionary War Boat, In 3-D

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