Ray Suarez talks with Haitian President Rene Preval about the recovery the country still faces, six months after a devastating earthquake.
Cuba is back in the news spotlight after the release of political prisoners and a TV appearance by Fidel Castro.
President Obama faces falling poll numbers with many Americans claiming they have lost faith in the president's ability to handle the economic crisis.
A poll by the Pew Research Center released late Monday shows that 63 percent of Americans think it is very important for Congress to address national immigration policy, while a slim plurality disapprove of the Justice Department's decision…
By Betty Ann Bowser
When the Department of Veterans Affairs announced its changes for how military vets can quality for PTSD treatment Monday, it made us think back to a very powerful story we did in 2008 on the impact of these…
By Dante Chinni
In a country full of surly voters, Nevada holds claim to some of the surliest. Sky-high unemployment and foreclosure rates have created a volatile atmosphere and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid appears to be in for a major fight…
By Ray Suarez
Six months after a powerful earthquake rocked Haiti, more than one million people are still homeless and the people of Port-au-Prince and surrounding regions continue to suffer the economic, physical and mental after-effects of the devastating temblor. The…
By Molly Finnegan
A roundup of arts headlines.
BP continues to install a tighter cap over its leaking oil well at the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico on Monday, saying it is ahead of its schedule to get the new, better cap in place.
In other news Monday, the International Criminal Court at The Hague issued an arrest warrant for Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir and Swiss authorities freed movie director Roman Polanski from electronic monitoring after rejecting extradition requests by the U.S.
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