Haiyan Death Toll in Philippines Passes 3,600

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Nov. 15 (Bloomberg) -- "Lunch Money" Host Adam Johnson reports on the latest top news stories. (Source: Bloomberg)

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The national disaster agency in the philippines says 3600 people are confirmed dead from typhoon haiyan.

One week after the storm, food is finally beginning to arrive in the hardest hit areas.

We wish all of those people very well and all of the best.

Hairline kennedy arrived in tokyo to take her post as ambassador to japan.

The post will become official on tuesday.

Her father, president john f. kennedy, had wanted to become the first sitting u.s. president to visit japan.

Estee lauder's granddaughters have joined the ranks as world

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