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Haiti again feels pinch of rising food prices

Marie Bolivar, a gray-haired woman with a raspy voice, crushes peanuts into paste for sandwiches which she sells by the roadside for 12 cents apiece. These days the paste is thinner, because the price of peanuts has jumped by 80 percent.Full story

'Real Housewives' star builds wells in Haiti

Cause Celeb talks with Kelly Bensimon, star of Bravo TV’s "The Real Housewives of New York City," about her involvement with Generosity Water, an organization that works to provide clean water to people in developing countries. Full story

Haiti pins hopes on pop-star president

Haitians wondered how Michel "Sweet Micky" Martelly, a charismatic musician with a bad-boy past, would govern the country in crisis. Full story

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