Haitian PM Garry Conille resigns suddenly
PM, president reportedly clashed over contracts, government ministers.
Michel Martelly, president of Haiti, says he was attacked in Port-au-Prince
Witnesses tell The Associated Press that rocks were thrown from the University of Haiti.
Post-quake US food aid hurt Haiti farmers
Senate to reconsider approach in distributing emergency resources.
UN: 'Baby Doc' Duvalier must be tried for human rights abuses
The former Haitian dictator must stand trial for human rights abuses committed during his 15-year rule, the UN human rights office said Tuesday, a day after a Haitian judge proposed that Duvalier be tried on corruption charges only.
Haiti names Sean Penn ambassador
Penn's dedication to rebuilding the country wins recognition.
Haiti's politics of blame
As foreigners ask where aid money went, Haitians turn inward, demanding answers from their own government.
Seeking truth in the 'NGO republic'
Why aren't billions of dollars in pledged aid and thousands of non-governmental organizations enough in Haiti?
A success story in Haiti: Teach a man to fish
Chapter Four: Tilapia farming as a model for Haitian development.
Amid Haiti's ruins, the healing power of art
Chapter Three: Voodoo sculptures and hip-hop music breathe life into a struggling nation.
Inside Haiti's camps, row after row of despair
Chapter Two: Built as temporary housing, Haitian refugee camps become "voluntary prisons."
Haiti: Two years after the earthquake, where did the money go?
Chapter One: A fractured path from donors' purses to actual rebuilding efforts — and back again.
Fault Line: Haiti, 2011
Haitian diaspora reaches back home
Smaller aid efforts succeed where the large agencies fail.
Hugo Chavez's 5 weirdest moments
Chavez says the US gave him cancer. Here are 5 more out-there claims he's made.
38 Haitians drown after boat sinks off Cuba
A boat carrying Haitian migrants has sunk near the Cuban coast, with 38 passengers confirmed drowned.
The world's most unequal countries
Incomes in Latin America are more unequal than in any other region.
Coffee: once again made in Haiti
Haiti's coffee production was crippled for years, but it's making a comeback.
Haiti permanently shuts down orphanage amid neglect, trafficking charges (VIDEO)
Police authorities closed a Haitian orphanage Friday after US missionaries charged the director of corruption.
The world's worst drug-trafficking offenders
The US has expanded its drug-trafficking watch list. See which countries are falling short in the war on drugs.
Alleged assault fuels anger in Haiti
Haitians say that the peacekeepers are doing more harm than good
Uruguayan troops in Haiti accused of abuse
Five U.N. peacekeepers in Haiti have been ordered home to Uruguay amid allegations they sexually assaulted a teenager.
DR to Haitians: get lost
Discrimination gets worse for Haiti's earthquake victims.
Hurricane Irene barrels toward Florida (VIDEO)
Hurricane Irene is expected to gather strength over the next few days before hitting the southeastern United States as a major Category 3 storm, with winds over 111 mph (178 kph), forecasters said Tuesday.
Hurricane Irene heads for Haiti after direct hit on Puerto Rico
Tropical storm Irene was upgraded to a hurricane overnight Sunday, and may reach the United States east coast by Wednesday.
Haitian camps brace for massive storm
The Haitian tent city is facing a battering by heavy storms
Displaced Haitians protest evictions in capital
Several dozen people set up tents and even laid down in the middle of one of Port-au-Prince's busiest streets on Monday.
5.5-magnitude aftershock hits New Zealand (VIDEO)
New Zealand was reportedly hit by an aftershock west of Christchurch, scene of a 6.3-magnitude earthquake in February that killed 181 people.
World peace, mapped
Want to know the world's most peaceful countries?
Cholera alert in Dominican Republic
An outbreak that began in October grows worse.
Swiss banks holding $1 billion in assets of Gaddafi and Co.
Swiss banks are holding almost $1 billion in assets of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi and the former presidents of Egypt and Tunisia.
Dominican Republic denies birthright citizenship to children of illegal immigrants
Thousands — and potentially hundreds of thousands — of people born on Dominican soil to illegal immigrants are now being told that they aren't citizens.