Hours before Typhoon Haiyan hit, Philippine authorities moved 800,000 people to sturdy evacuation centers -- churches, schools and public buildings. But the brick-and-mortar structures were simply no match for the jet-force winds and massive walls of waves that swept ashore Friday, devastating cities, towns and villages and killing thousands, including many of those who had huddled in government shelters.
In this edition of “The Full 80,” we’ll look at the Skyline High School girls soccer team shoots for its “big school” record fifth Class 4A state title in six seasons. As always, there’s national rankings, this week’s upcoming big playoff matchups, completed
The United States and the European Union sought Monday to get past a rough patch in diplomatic relations to resume talks on a free trade deal that would grow what is already the world's biggest business relationship.