Typhoon Hagupit slammed into the central Philippines’ east coast on Saturday, knocking out power and toppling trees in a region where 650,000 people have fled to safety.
Faced with heartbreaking images of the typhoon-ravaged Philippines — the sea of corpses, communities reduced to rubble, mothers clutching their hungry children — the world is watching an epic tragedy unfold and looking for ways to help. The big question is how.
Sprint is waiving and crediting fees for phone calls and text messages made by its U.S. customers to the Philippines in the wake of a Typhoon Haiyan.
Raw emotions were evident among the scores of Filipinos at San Francisco International Airport Wednesday, arriving from the area devastated by Typhoon Haiyan – or departing to the find and help their relatives.
AT&T and Verizon are offering free calls and texts to the Philippines for customers trying to contact friends and family there in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan.
Thousands of survivors of Typhoon Haiyan have jammed the airport in the city which took the brunt of the devastating storm, hoping to find food, water or a way out of the devastation.