A massive earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand, kills dozens and sends part of a glacier sliding into Tasman Lake.
The president of Université Quisqueya asks: why has the “Pearl of the Antilles” turned into a place most observers compare to hell?
In 1936, American ethnomusicologist Alan Lomax preserved Haiti’s cultural identity in more than 1,500 audio and film recordings. Need to Know traveled with his daughter, Anna Lomax Wood, to watch and listen as she carried on the legacy of her father’s work by bringing the lost melodies back to a quake-zone community.
Thousands of children have been orphaned since the earthquake in Haiti. Some groups are trying to reunite them with their families.