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Image: 20-year-old Queennie Lucio stands among the wreckage from Typhoon Haiyan near her home in Estancia, Philippines.
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Experience one family's daily challenges in post-typhoon Philippines

  Just days ago, she had the usual concerns of being 20 -- college studies and Facebook. After Typhoon Haiyan, Queennie Lucio focuses on helping her family find enough food, water, and maybe even hope, among the rubble.

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A driving tour through typhoon-destroyed Estancia

  In the small town of Estancia, 90 percent of the homes were destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan.

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Then and Now: Panaramic views of Breezy Point

See what has changed a year after the area was devastated by Superstorm Sandy

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Parents try to build school tornado shelters

  After a tornado killed their children in their school, grieving Oklahoma parents try to build twister-proof shelters in schools

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Finding hope in hard times

  As millions of Americans visit food pantries in a tough economic climate, some find reasons to stay positive.

WORLD VIEW
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One woman's tale of survival

  Despite losing her leg, her son and two husbands to violence in Uganda, Filda Adoch meets each day with a resilient outlook.

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Children of rape are latest legacy of Haiti quake

Social breakdown fuels sexual violence and its aftermath in disaster-ravaged tent cities

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Living without lights

  Over a billion people in the developing world live without electricity. View a case in point: northern Ghana.

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Via Panam, migration in the America's
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Migration in
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  A photographer's journey from Chile to Alaska explores both the expected and unexpected patterns of human migration in the Americas.

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Japan's tsunami survivors

Photojournalist Kuni Takahashi returned to his native Japan following the devastating earthquake and tsunami to talk to the survivors.

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Iraqi voices

Iraqis describe life in their country after eight years after the US invasion

9/11: TEN YEARS LATER
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Pride in his heart, dust in his lungs

  A New York firefighter's life was changed forever by the toxic cloud at Ground Zero. Ten years later, he works to figure out a new path forward.

Remains of the day

Relatives of victims of 9/11 recount how they honored their dead with relics from the attacks.

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A panoramic image of the National Sept. 11 Memorial

View a panoramic image of the National Sept. 11 Memorial.

JAPAN: AFTER THE WAVE
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US hosts give Japanese break from radiation zone

  Fukushima families stay with hosts Oregon

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Fishing for debris

  With the fishing industry in ruins after Japan's tsunami, a third generation Minamisanriku fisherman Takumi Oyama is using his boat to pull debris out of the ocean instead of fish.

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Tour a shelter

  An unemployed tofu maker gives us a tour of the shelter in Miyako, Japan, where he and his wife have been living since their home and business were destroyed by the tsunami.

HEALTH
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Raising their child, for the second time

  Two parents help their daughter re-learn how to live, from walking to talking, after she suffered a traumatic brain injury in a car accident.

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Growing up with Williams

  Teens and young adults describe living with Williams syndrome, known for its serious medical challenges, but also extreme socialness.

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Contracting HIV in your 50s

  Anna Fowlkes contracted HIV from a man she had a relationship with in her 50s. Now 64, she's found purpose doing HIV and AIDS education for other seniors.

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Faces of the rodeo: The cowboys

  Get to know some of the top competitors in rodeo, and find out what they love about their sport.

Faces of the Tea Party – In their own words

  Click to view pictures and read why some citizens are looking for another political answer.

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Faces of foreclosure

  It’s a national problem that can be told from thousands of towns, including Elkhart, Ind.

HAITI'S AMPUTEES
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Journey for a leg

  Schneily Similien, 4, lost his left leg during Haiti's Jan. 12 earthquake, but he has a chance at a prosthetic limb after his parents travel to a remote hospital.

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First steps

  Finally, the long wait is over for Schneily Similien, the 4-year-old earthquake amputee who tried on his new prosthetic leg for the first time.

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Walking, but nowhere to go

  Dozens of amputees left destroyed homes for Hopital Albert Schweitzer in rural Haiti, but as their stay draws to an end, many have nowhere to go.

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The National September 11 Memorial at dusk

View a 360 degree panoramic image of the National September 11 Memorial

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360 view of Rockefeller Center

The Ice Skating Rink at Rockefeller Center celebrates its 75 year as one of the most visited attraction in New York City.

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Times Square at night

View an interactive 3-D image of Times Square at night.