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.
An ATM for when disaster strikes?
Latin American nations are experimenting with new financial tools that provide on-the-spot cash when earthquakes, hurricanes, floods and other disasters strike.
Martelly wins Haitian presidency
The singer defeated the former first lady in a landslide vote.
Haiti's new "bad boy" president
Analysis: Can musician Michel Martelly and his supporters rebrand the country’s ugly image?
Carnival musician elected as Haiti's new president
Michel Martelly came from behind to trounce former first lady Mirlande Manigat.
Scientology’s global disaster squad
Inside the religion’s unorthodox healing missions.
Haiti's cholera epidemic twice as bad as predicted, say researchers
Haiti's cholera epidemic is twice as bad as the United Nations predicted.
Landowners force Haitians out of camps
Thousands of Haitians are being kicked out of camps — sometimes violently.
Ex-Haitian leaders push for return
Baby Doc made a puzzling return. Now a former president wants to come back too.
Full Frame: On the ground in Haiti
A photographer finds a country gripped with fear one year after devastating earthquake.
Ten months later in Haiti
Little progress is evident on the ground in Haiti
Haiti's violent week
Evidence of rage was strewn across Port-au-Prince after days of protests over election results.
Mobile banking: a new way of doing business in Haiti
Can Haiti's informal economy eschew cash and embrace phone-to-phone money transfers?
Camp Corail: Haiti's good idea gone wrong
Photos: Is a "model" camp a ticking time bomb for cholera?
Haiti: Earthquake victims lose out in election
5,000 people showed up to vote at 1 polling station that had only 39 names on the list.
Fears of violence in Haiti as elections begin
Campaign teams attacked, journalists ambushed and murders have spiked ahead of Haiti elections.
As cholera worsens, violence breaks out in Haiti
Protesters set fire to a police station and clash with UN forces as the cholera death toll grows.
Cholera outbreak spreads to Haiti capital
Languishing tent cities under threat as earthquake-ravaged Haiti faces new peril.
Haiti in a time of cholera
Desperate family members held up IV bags as doctors struggled to treat cholera patients.
Cholera outbreak strikes Haiti
Cholera outbreak latest failure for United Nations and Ban Ki-moon.
Candidates vie to lead the rebuilding of Haiti
There are few early favorites in Haiti's presidential race.
In post-quake Haiti, radio evolves into powerful mouthpiece
Broadcasting from tarpaulin tents, Haiti's radio journalists are striking a more critical tone.
In Dominican Republic, conflicting attitudes toward Haiti
The unease over the influx of Haitians mirrors the immigration debate in the US.
Full Frame: Haiti's megaquake
A photographer finds that every look, every expression is the same — the look of loss.
On the ground in Haiti
Documenting Haiti: Port au Prince in photos
A photo gallery of emergency medicine, simple survival and the long recovery effort ahead.
Cuban doctors in Haiti, and their promoters in Havana
Cuba's socialist system seems to thrive at the convergence of politics, medicine and international diplomacy.
Opinion: Haiti’s roller-coaster public image
It's been from hip, to not cool at all, and back again. Searching for a silver lining in the earthquake aftermath.
Haitian radio helps keep a country afloat
Signal FM, a music radio station, survived the quake and is helping others in the aftermath.
Revived street market helps relieve Haiti food crisis
Looting is rife as gas fetches $20 a gallon in quake-devastated country left without an effective government.