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The devastating Haitian earthquake in January 2010 that destroyed countless lives came as a blessing in disguise for one little boy. Alexander Hernandez, now 2 years old, was born with crippling deformities in three limbs. His left hand was webbed, his...
Maryland WeatherThe amazing Igor continues to prowl the Atlantic. The gigantic storm has lost its tropical engine, but it remains a formidible storm, with top winds of 80 mph, and a breadth that has now topped 900 miles.Hurricane Warnings are posted for parts......
Maryland WeatherHurricane forecasters say they see signs of strengthening in Tropical Storm Tomas, and the storm is still expected to regain hurricane strength before striking Haiti and the island of Hispaniola late this week.Tomas on Tuesday morning was located 355...
Special CorrespondentJamaica, situated south of Cuba and west of Haiti, has all the natural attributes most people associate with a Caribbean island. One of the Greater Antilles, and the third largest island in the Caribbean with 4,400 square miles (after Cuba and Hispaniola)...
KIAHMIAMI (AP) - The first hurricane of this year's Atlantic season was gaining strength far off in the ocean Monday, while the Florida Panhandle and Alabama were soaked by the remnants of a weakening tropical storm. Hurricane Bill was expected to become a...
Tags: Florida, Tropical Storms, Death, Weather, Mississippi
The Hartford CourantWhile awaiting his likely arrest, a Connecticut man charged with sexually assaulting boys at the internationally recognized charity he founded for orphans in Haiti tried to buy off his victims and otherwise thwart an investigation of his conduct,...
Tags: Bribery, National Security, Assault, Entertainment, Crimes
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersEmergency aid flowed from around the world toward Haiti on Thursday, only to confront a reality that grew more desperate by the hour: Crippled ports and communications left stunned earthquake survivors on their own to scavenge for food and water, carry...
Relief groups and governments struggled today to speed emergency aid to Haiti's earthquake victims, who are increasingly desperate to find food, water and medical help for the many injured. U.N. officials said today that looters had broken into a...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersTina Susman And Ken Ellingwood Reporting From Mexico City -- Bodies lined the shattered streets and hotels were converted into makeshift hospitals today across Haiti's shattered capital, Port-au-Prince, as the world geared up for a major humanitarian...
Tags: Employees, CNN (tv network), Ban Ki-moon, UNICEF, Mexico
Maryland WeatherChances that a stormy region in the Caribbean will get organized and strengthen to tropical storm force appear to be growing today. The National Hurricane Center gives the weather in the region a 40 percent chance of becoming a tropical......
La PlazaThe U.S. and international community must provide immediate aid, then help plan a future for it that includes a functioning government....
AMERICAS Slide show Hal Robert Myers will present "22 Degrees Below," a photographic tour of Latino-Caribbean culture around the 22nd parallel, extending from Oaxaca, Mexico, through Cuba, Hispaniola and Jamaica. When, where: 7:30 p.m. Monday at...
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