Earthquake Haiti News
US Toughens Stance on Haitians Seeking Entry at Border
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security says it is widening efforts to deport Haitians, a response to thousands of immigrants from the Caribbean nation who overwhelmed authorities at California border crossings with Mexico in recent months
The Latest: Official Says 40,000 Haitians May Be Going to US
A top U.S. immigration official says 40,000 Haitians may be on their way to the United States amid an "emergency situation" on California's border with Mexico
The Latest: Clinton Campaign Protests Trump Comment on Guns
Hillary Clinton's campaign is protesting what it calls Donald Trump's "pattern of inciting people to violence."
Haitian Band Entertains Plane Passengers Delayed 6 Hours
When a United Airlines flight in Chicago was delayed for nearly six hours earlier this month, a Haitian band on board took it upon themselves to be the in-flight entertainment. On July 23 members of Port-au-Prince-based band Lakou Mizik treated their fellow passengers to an impromptu performance.
Barbara Mikulski Champions Hillary Clinton 'Because We Know She'll Carry the Torch for All of Us'
The first female Democratic senator spoke with the Democratic Women of the Senate at the DNC.
ABC News promotes Matt Hosford to Senior Editorial Producer & George Sanchez to Assignment Manager in the DC Bureau
DC Bureau Chief and Executive Producer of “This Week with George Stephanopoulos” Jonathan Greenberger sent the following note to the news division this morning announcing Matt Hosford as Senior Editorial Producer and George Sanchez as Assignment Manager in the DC Bureau. DC Team – As many of you
‘GMA’ 40th Anniversary: Robin Roberts Reveals a Favorite 'GMA' Moment
As "Good Morning America" counts down to its 40th anniversary marathon livestream event , Robin Roberts remembered the stories that, for her, were standouts of her tenure. One is reuniting the Poulter family after the powerful earthquake that devastated Haiti in 2010. The magnitude-7.0 earthquake
'GMA' 40th Anniversary: Robin Roberts' Favorite 'GMA' Moment'
Roberts is reunited with the Poulter family, whom she first met on "GMA" after the earthquake that devastated Haiti in 2010.
Skal Labissiere cleared to play for Kentucky in 2015-16, report says
Kentucky forward Skal Labissiere is eligible to play for the 2015-16 season, the NCAA has determined, according to a report by Yahoo! Sports. The NCAA reportedly was looking into the 6-foot-11 Haitian's relationship with his guardian, Gerald Hamilton. Labissiere, ranked the No. 2 freshman in his