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In Haiti , Hopes Dim for Missing Victims of Hurricane Matthew
Hopes have dimmed for Haitian families fanning out across the countryside in search of relatives who haven't been seen or heard from since Hurricane Matthew violently raked the country's southwest more than two weeks ago
The UN's Role in the Devastating Cholera Epidemic in Haiti
As Hurricane Matthew churned off the coast of Haiti earlier this month public health officials and aid groups issued warnings not just about the dangers from the storm itself but what could follow: a cholera outbreak. In 2010, a devastating cholera outbreak infected hundreds of thousands in Haiti
The Latest: Clinton Says Trump Looks to Blame Somebody Else
Hillary Clinton says Donald Trump's unwillingness to say he'd accept the results of the election is part of his effort to "blame somebody else for his campaign."
The Final Presidential Debate
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Third Presidential Debate: 7 Moments That Mattered
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump faced off for the last time of this presidential election cycle, and the candidates were clearly primed for the fight. The Republican and Democratic presidential contenders took the stage at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, for their third and final debate less
Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump Debate 'Pay for Play,' Tax Returns
The Democratic and Republican presidential nominees discuss the Clinton Foundation.
The Latest: Trump Wants Term Limits for House, Senate
Donald Trump says he wants congressional term limits of six years for House members and 12 years for the Senate
UN Chief in Haiti Gets Glimpse of Matthew's Destruction
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has visited victims of devastating Hurricane Matthew in Haiti, saying the destruction wrought by the storm was "heartbreaking."
Relief Efforts Ramp Up in Haiti After Post-Hurricane Cholera Outbreak
More than a week after Hurricane Matthew roared through Haiti, leaving a trail of devastation in the already poverty-stricken nation, aid groups are working to curb a post-hurricane cholera outbreak. “Before the hurricane, we had serious problems of access to health, water and sanitation, and cases
Hurricane Matthew Relief Effort in Haiti Enters New Phase
An international relief effort for victims of Hurricane Matthew in Haiti is entering a more advanced stage