The Weather Channel’s Mike Bettes reports on Tropical Storm Chantal, which threatens to cause flash flooding in Haiti and the Dominican Republic but is weakening on its path towards Florida and Georgia.
MIAMI (Reuters) - A U.S. government program to build housing in Haiti after the devastating 2010 earthquake will only construct one-sixth of the homes intended because of poor planning, according to a report by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) released Tuesday. Full story
The wreck of a fabled 19th-century gunrunner that may also contain a treasure in gold has been identified off the coast of South Carolina. Full story
Author and journalist Kathryn Joyce joins Melissa Harris-Perry to discuss a four-year long investigation into adoption and how international adoption in recent years has evolved into an evangelical movement.
The Cycle hosts and author Edwidge Danticat discuss the bipartisan Gang of 8’s progress on comprehensive immigration reform, as well as what immigrants think about the policies.
For the past three years Hugh Locke has been conducting an unusual experiment in Haiti. It is a new development model he calls "exit strategy aid" – a strategy of sponsoring short-term, self-sustaining aid projects instead of long-term programs that create a dependency on handouts.
NBC’s lester Holt hosts this edition of Nightly News which includes: An update from Dr. Nancy Snyderman on the latest in this season’s flu outbreak; a report from Mark Potter on the people of Haiti and how they are coping three years after a powerful earthquake leveled thier country; and look at a w
Three years after a violent earthquake hit Haiti and left millions homeless, the capital city, Port-au-prince, is bustles as rubble is cleared. However, unemployment hovers at about 70 percent. NBC’s Mark Potter reports.
Haitians gather plants to scrub themselves as they bathe in a waterfall believed to have healing powers during the annual pilgrimage to Saut d'Eau in central Haiti, July 16, 2013. Pilgrims converge on this place where according to legend, the Virgin Mary appeared atop a palm tree and where two water
Haitians bathe in a waterfall believed to have healing powers during the annual pilgrimage to Saut d'Eau in central Haiti, July 16, 2013. Pilgrims converge on this place where according to legend, the Virgin Mary appeared atop a palm tree and where two waterfalls join in a place inhabited by voodoo