Many Americans who bought their own plans in the private market are finding that some insurance plans are being cancelled because they don't meet the minimum requirements under the law. There are proposals in Congress, from both Republicans and Democrats to fix this, but some worry they may do more harm than good.
Tonight, Filipino-Americans will hold a special mass at the St. Philomena Church in Carson for the survivors of Typhoon Haiyan. The organizers of the event are a tight-knit community of immigrants from Tacloban, the coastal city hardest-hit by the typhoon.
Many people have thrown around the idea of creating a base on the moon, but there are some major issues. New Yorker writer Kate Greene joins the show to discuss her article about the dangers of moon dust.