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.
Appeals Court: Judge Can't Erase Defendant's Record
An appeals court says it wouldn't be a bad idea to erase the criminal records of some rehabilitated defendants
St Vincent Lawmakers Weigh Legislation on Online Defamation
Legislators in St. Vincent and the Grenadines are scheduled to consider a cybercrime bill that would allow prison sentences of up to two years for online defamation
‘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
Book Excerpt: Joe Klein's 'Charlie Mike'
Excerpted from CHARLIE MIKE: A TRUE STORY OF HEROES WHO BROUGHT THEIR MISSION HOME by Joe Klein by arrangement with Simon & Schuster, Copyright © Joe Klein 2015 From Chapter 1: “Hey? Jake Wood? It’s McNulty. William McNulty. Remember we talked six months ago?” Vaguely. Barely. “Yeah,” Jake said.
See Beyonce’s Humanitarian Trip to Haiti in Exclusive Video
Beyoncé’s reach is global, and she’s now using her influence to highlight Haiti , the Caribbean nation that continues to suffer since it was devastated by an earthquake five years ago. Last month Beyoncé visited Haiti ’s capital, Port-au-Prince , and while there, she went to Saint Damien Pediatric
5 Things to Know This Morning
Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning. 1. Federal Judge in Texas Blocks President Obama's Executive Action on Immigration A federal judge in Texas has blocked President Obama's executive action on immigration , giving Texas and 25 other states time to pursue a
Haiti Earthquake: 5 Years Later, Country Still Feeling Aftershocks
Today marks the fifth anniversary of the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that devastated Haiti , killing more than 300,000 people according to estimates by the Haitian government. Tens of thousands of homes, businesses, schools and government buildings were leveled, with roughly a quarter of all the
Teenager 'Happy' After 4-Pound Facial Tumor Removed
A 16-year-old teenager is getting used to her new reflection after doctors were able to remove a 4-pound tumor from her face. Hennglise Dorival, who lives in Haiti, had lived for years with the large tumor that had grown so large in recent years that it even moved her eye out of its socket and