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Supertyphoon Haiyan relief effort, Trader Joe's recall, Tyler Shields and more




Pedestrians make their way across a street flooded by rains brought by Typhoon Haiyan in Shangsi, in southwest China Guangxi province on November 11, 2013. At least six people died after Typhoon Haiyan slashed across China's south coast and damaged hundreds of homes, state-run media on November 11, just days after devastating the Philippines over the weekend.
Pedestrians make their way across a street flooded by rains brought by Typhoon Haiyan in Shangsi, in southwest China Guangxi province on November 11, 2013. At least six people died after Typhoon Haiyan slashed across China's south coast and damaged hundreds of homes, state-run media on November 11, just days after devastating the Philippines over the weekend.
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Today on the show we take a look at relief efforts in The Philippines, both from Filipino-Americans and from Team Rubicon. Then, Desert Hot Springs faces bankruptcy, desert solar projects face increased scrutiny for environmental impacts. Photographer Tyler Shields talks about his latest book, "The Dirty Side of Glamour" and more.