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  • Chat with reporter Joe Mozingo about Haiti

     
    Times reporter Joe Mozingo, one of the first journalists to arrive in Haiti after the quake, chatted with readers about his experiences there. Click "replay" in the gray box below to read the transcript of the chat. Photo: Mozingo in......
  • Bill Clinton back: 'Excellent health'

     
    by Mark Silva One night in the hospital and two stents later, former President Bill Clinton is back in action, ready to return to his foundation work and the Haitian relief effort. Clinton, special United Nations envoy to Haiti and......
  • Chile's earthquake 500 times more powerful than Haiti's

     
    In the end, though, the damage is not likely to be as heavy as in Haiti because of the depth of the quake, the population density and the amount of preparation....
  • Michelle Obama: Haitian scene 'powerful'

     
    by Katherine Skiba and Mark Silva at noon, updated 2, 7 pm EDT First Lady Michelle Obama, making her first solo international trip as first lady today, made a surprise stop along the way in earthquake-ravaged Haiti. En route to......
  • Summer campers head to Haiti

     
    The Texas-based Laity Lodge Youth Camp (LLYC) will send 24 high school campers and 13 staff to conduct a summer camp for 400 Haitian children from July 4-10. The American campers will travel 1,788 from Kerrville, Texas to Jacob's Well Youth C...
  • Haiti earthquake: ABC, CNN, BBC America plan updates

     
    Television will look at Haiti six months after an earthquake devastated the nation. Here are some coverage plans: ***ABC starts its reports tonight on “World News” at 6:30 on WFTV-Ch. 9. David Muir, who covered the earthquake, recently spent a...
  • Aid-cations: Travel to far off and exotic places and help people

     
    More than 200,000 people died in the massive earthquake that rocked Haiti on Jan. 12 and the impoverished country is still picking up the pieces. Elevate Destinations, which specializes in travel that makes a difference, is organizing trips to rebuild...
  • Brand X Files: New Roman Polanski rape allegations. Wyclef for president? Bruised Oksana pics

     
    New allegations: 'Roman Polanski handcuffed, drugged and raped me': Edith Vogelhut, former model and Glamour magazine editor, claims she was brutally raped by the director at Jack Nicholson’s house in 1974. (Radar) Fugazi to release hundreds of live...
  • Hurricane Ike shreds central Cuba, heads for Havana

    Hurricane Ike shreds central Cuba, heads for Havana
    Hurricane Ike ripped through central Cuba on Monday, toppling colonial landmarks and forcing the evacuation of nearly 1 million people -- with more likely to be displaced as the powerful storm plowed toward populous Havana. Revolutionary leader Fidel...
  • Hurricane Ike batters Cuba for a second day

    MIAMI -- Hurricane Ike tore into western Cuba today, dumping up to 20 inches of rain on already ravaged tobacco and sugar cane crops after its destructive romp across the length of the island that left four dead and forced the evacuation of 1.3 million....
  • Movie review: James Bond 007 -- Quantum of Solace -- 4 out of 5 stars

    Movie review: James Bond 007 -- Quantum of Solace -- 4 out of 5 stars
    Brevity is the soul of Bond. That's a truism producers mercifully remembered for Daniel Craig's second outing as 007. Quantum of Solace may have the most cryptic title of a Bond film. It may be so action-packed as to give the "This is more Bourne...