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Haiti Earthquake (2010)

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  • Haiti earthquake: Making sure children find the right home

     
    Farrah Leolo, a 9-year-old with a charming smile, was dressed for an important journey. Her hair was braided and she wore a crisp white blouse and pink slacks. In her pocket, she had cookies and passport-sized photos. A few minutes after Farrah left the...
  • Obama's State of the Union address: Idealism in foreign policy

     
    Most of President Obama’s State of the Union speech dealt with domestic issues, following the polls that show Americans are focused on the economy and what it means for them. But the president did touch on foreign issues, and used......
  • Obama's State of the Union address: A jab at Bush's policies

     
    President Obama also took a jab at the policies of the Bush administration, even as he called for the two political parties to work together. “From some on the right, I expect we’ll hear a different argument -- that if......
  • L.A. County search-and-rescue team to return from Haiti today

     
    After saving nine lives during a two-week deployment to help earthquake victims in Haiti, an urban search-and-rescue team from Los Angeles is set to land back in Southern California this evening. The 72-member team, which included doctors, structural...
  • Haiti earthquake: Push to send FEMA trailers to Haiti stirs backlash

     
    The trailer industry and lawmakers are pressing the government to send Haiti thousands of potentially formaldehyde-laced trailers left over from Hurricane Katrina — an idea denounced by some as a crass and self-serving attempt to dump inferior...
  • Haiti earthquake: Memorial set for diplomat, a Whittier native, killed in quake

     
    A memorial service for Victoria DeLong, 57, a career diplomat who was killed Jan. 12 when her house collapsed in the magnitude 7.0 earthquake in Haiti, will be held Saturday in Whittier, her hometown. DeLong, a 27-year veteran of the U.S. Foreign Service,...
  • Palm Beach County Democrats to host live web chat with Haiti

     
    The crisis in Haiti is the focus of the Palm Beach County Democratic Party???s Feb. 4 meeting. The group plans to get a live update, via a web video connection, from a representative of the Democratic Executive Committee who has......
  • Memorial set for diplomat, a Whittier native, killed in Haiti earthquake [Update]

     
    A memorial service for Victoria DeLong, 57, a career diplomat who was killed Jan. 12 when her house collapsed in the magnitude 7.0 earthquake in Haiti, will be held Saturday in Whittier, her hometown. DeLong, a 27-year veteran of the......
  • United Nations' culture and education agency raises concerns for Haiti's cultural treasures

     
    The United Nations' culture and education agency called Friday for a ban in the trade of Haitian artifacts to prevent the pillaging of cultural treasures in the aftermath of its devastating earthquake....
  • Haiti earthquake: 'I feel good,' says young survivor

     
    Five-year-old Monley Elize, who was found after eight days in the rubble, is healthy and living with his extended family. But their future is uncertain at a camp for the homeless....
  • An 11-year-old Haitian boy survives on the edge

     
    Even before the Haiti earthquake, life was a struggle for 11-year-old Clifford, one of Port-au-Prince's thousands of street children. He spends his days hustling for coins and queuing for food....
  • Sanitation crisis adds to Haiti's woes

     
    Haiti_camp Relief officials are scrambling to confront a sanitation crisis that could spread malaria, cholera and other deadly diseases throughout the chaotic camps packed with hundreds of thousands of Haitian earthquake survivors....