In other news Wednesday, a cold wave that hit crops has cost Florida growers an estimated $115 million, with record cold temperatures damaging fruits, vegetables and citrus foliage.
By Mike Melia, Tom LeGro
Entering Ricardo Pau-Llosa's home in Miami, visitors can't help but feel they've stepped into an art museum. From the kitchen to his high-ceilinged study, nearly every inch of his place is covered with works by contemporary of Latin American artists.
The New Orleans Saints defeated the Indianapolis Colts in the Super Bowl, offering hope for a city still recovering from Hurricane Katrina.
New Orleans is riding high on the momentum of Sunday's Super Bowl upset by the hometown Saints over the Indianapolis Colts. And for a city still rebuilding from the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, the championship signifies the spirit of survival…
Judy Woodruff gets on-the-ground reports from Tony Winton, a broadcast reporter for the Associated Press, and Bob Poff, divisional director of disaster services for the Salvation Army.
Ray Suarez takes a look at Haitians living in the United States and how they are coping with the devastating earthquake, which has made contacting loved ones on the island nearly impossible.
Gwen Ifill speaks with two guests about the logistical challenges of getting medical care and other aid to quake victims in Haiti.
One day after a devastating 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti, the impoverished nation struggled to rescue the injured and aid the displaced. Judy Woodruff recaps the aftermath and ongoing rescue efforts.
A roundup of art headlines.
In other news, another airline security incident occurred in Miami last night when an unruly passenger was arrested, and leaders in Europe remain divided over whether to use full body scanners at airports.
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