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The website for people to sign up for health coverage under Obamacare launched on October 1st.
In its first month fewer than 27,000 Americans selected an insurance plan from the federal site.
Nearly 80,000 others signed up for coverage, but they used state sites, not the federal one.
All together that's around 106,000 people who signed up for Obamacare in October.
The White House expected 1.16 million people to sign up through the end of November.
That means more than 900,000 more would need to enroll this month.
The site itself has faced major technical problems.
During a congressional hearing yesterday, the man in charge of the site said some improvements had been made and more are coming.
Unfortunately, the experience of healthcare.gov.has been highly frustrating for many Americans.
These problems are unacceptable.
So, the goal that has been laid out is for the site not to be perfect, but in November-people can log on.
So, the vast majority of Americans would be able to use the site smoothly.
That's the goal we are-we're working very hard to get there.
In the Philippines, the United Nations official describes getting aid to victims of Typhoon Haiyan as a major operation.
Yesterday she said, quote, "we are getting there", but in my view it's far too slow.
The U.S. military is big part of those efforts.
Marine set up at an Air Base bringing in planes full of medical supplies, shelter, materials and other gear.
The U.N.'s World Food Program is distributing necessary items, too.
The agency said it handed out rice to several thousand people of Wednesday.
Survivors are struggling with the need for food and supplies, and with reminders of the devastation that the typhoon caused.
Bodies of those who didn't survive, some buried under debris, other out in the open.
I have seen dead people on the streets and the sidewalk.Me too.
And how did that make you feel?
It made me feel scared. Me too.
Why did it make you feel scared?
Because it was very creepy that there were dead people lying on the streets.