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Haiti

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  • Q&A with Oklahoma wide receiver Ryan Broyles

     
    Q&A with Oklahoma wide receiver Ryan Broyles Oklahoma fans were more than happy to welcome Ryan Broyles back for another season. Six hours shy of graduating, the junior wide receiver announced his decision to return to the Sooners’ program rather...
  • Haiti: Michel Martelly wins presidential election, but who will be prime minister?

     
    Michel “Sweet Micky” Martelly appears to be the winner in Haiti’s presidential election. The popular Kompa singer turned political candidate captured nearly twice as many votes as his opponent, former first lady and academic Mirlande...
  • Times wins RFK Award for Haiti coverage

     
    Editor Russ Stanton sent the following award announcement to the newsroom: The Pulitzer Prizes we celebrated yesterday honored our coverage of events in our own backyard. Today brings further recognition -- this time for our foreign reporting. Our...
  • Zen Lounge grand opening tomorrow night in downtown Orlando

     
    Zen Lounge grand opening tomorrow night...
  • Japanese consul general thanks Los Angeles County Fire Department search-and-rescue team for aid

     
    The Japanese consul general in Los Angeles thanked L.A. County firefighters for deploying a 74-person search-and-rescue team to Japan days after the nation was struck by a magnitude-9.0 earthquake and tsunami. "Your knowledge and your experience were...
  • Winners of the L.A. Times' 2010 Editorial Awards

     
    The Times' Editorial Awards for 2010 celebrate what Editor Russ Stanton called "an incredible year by any measure, an extraordinary one journalistically when we step back ... to honor the best work produced by one of the very best newsrooms......
  • Displaced Haitians can remain here another 18 months

     
    By William E. Gibson, Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — The Obama administration announced on Tuesday that Haitians who fled their nation after last year’s earthquake can remain in this country for another 18 months. Immigrant advocates and U.S....
  • Man's death sparks protests among blacks in Mexico

     
    Shortly after midnight on May 11 in central Mexico City, Isaac Chinedu, an immigrant from Nigeria, became involved in some kind of confrontation with a group of police officers on a dark side street. The encounter escalated, and Chinedu was severely...
  • Rory McIlroy headed to Haiti after Memorial’s conclusion

     
    Rory McIlroy will spend two days next week at Congressional Country Club, getting to know the U.S. Open layout in preparation for the season’s second major. Before that, though, the 22-year-old pro has two days blocked off for a journey into a...
  • Haiti trip keeps Rory McIlroy’s perspective well-grounded

     
    That Sunday meltdown at the Masters is now two months in Rory McIlroy’s rear-view mirror. And after last week’s travels, perhaps reduced to just a blip. “I thought I had perspective before going to Haiti,” McIlroy said during a...
  • 'The Arts of Survival' at the Museum of International Folk Art

     
    An art exhibit in New Mexico about folk art and natural disasters....
  • Stream 'Beat LA' featuring No Age, Crystal Antlers and more

     
    A Pop & Hiss premiere of the stream of charity compilation "BEAT LA."...