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Haiti Earthquake (2010)

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  • Haiti: Michel Martelly wins presidential election, but who will be prime minister?

     
    Michel “Sweet Micky” Martelly appears to be the winner in Haiti’s presidential election. The popular Kompa singer turned political candidate captured nearly twice as many votes as his opponent, former first lady and academic Mirlande...
  • NCC grad picks up fourth Pulitzer

     
    In the journalism world, there's no bigger prize than the Pulitzers, announced yesterday. This year's photography winners were especially poignant, the LA Times with a collection of pictures depicting the fallout from gang violence, and the Washington...
  • Times wins RFK Award for Haiti coverage

     
    Editor Russ Stanton sent the following award announcement to the newsroom: The Pulitzer Prizes we celebrated yesterday honored our coverage of events in our own backyard. Today brings further recognition -- this time for our foreign reporting. Our...
  • Rush Limbaugh on Osama bin Laden's death: 'Thank God for President Obama'

     
    Rush Limbaugh, who once said he hoped President Obama failed, now praises God for the successful mission that killed Osama Bin Laden...
  • Winners of the L.A. Times' 2010 Editorial Awards

     
    The Times' Editorial Awards for 2010 celebrate what Editor Russ Stanton called "an incredible year by any measure, an extraordinary one journalistically when we step back ... to honor the best work produced by one of the very best newsrooms......
  • A three-speech day for President Obama, starting with the Coast Guard Academy graduation

     
    Full text of Obama's only non-=political speech of the day before two political fundraisers in Boston....
  • Displaced Haitians can remain here another 18 months

     
    By William E. Gibson, Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — The Obama administration announced on Tuesday that Haitians who fled their nation after last year’s earthquake can remain in this country for another 18 months. Immigrant advocates and U.S....
  • Man's death sparks protests among blacks in Mexico

     
    Shortly after midnight on May 11 in central Mexico City, Isaac Chinedu, an immigrant from Nigeria, became involved in some kind of confrontation with a group of police officers on a dark side street. The encounter escalated, and Chinedu was severely...
  • Haiti trip keeps Rory McIlroy’s perspective well-grounded

     
    That Sunday meltdown at the Masters is now two months in Rory McIlroy’s rear-view mirror. And after last week’s travels, perhaps reduced to just a blip. “I thought I had perspective before going to Haiti,” McIlroy said during a...
  • Free agent profile: Samuel Dalembert

     
    This is the sixth post in a series of profiles analyzing a free agent and how he might fit in with the Lakers. Samuel Dalembert, Sacramento Kings center Positives At 6-11 and 211 pounds, Dalembert would provide the shot blocking and defensive prowess that...
  • 'The Arts of Survival' at the Museum of International Folk Art

     
    An art exhibit in New Mexico about folk art and natural disasters....