Haiti Quake: Ruin And Recovery
Two women check their cellphones as they hawk their wares on a bridge over the Artibonite River, whose waters are believed to be the source of Haiti's 2010 cholera outbreak.
Researchers tracked the movements of cellphone users through their SIM cards in Haiti during the cholera epidemic. Their study shows that cellphone data could help doctors and others better provide relief during a disaster or epidemic.
April 5, 2011 Michel Martelly, who is also known as Sweet Micky, has never before held political office. A year ago, the pop musician's campaign was considered by many Haitians to be a long shot, a publicity stunt or a joke. Now Martelly is poised to lead a nation still struggling to recover from the 2010 earthquake.
March 21, 2011 Haitians went to the polls to elect a new president Sunday. The contest pit an elderly former first lady against one of Haiti's most famous and colorful pop singers. Despite some delays at polling places, the election was much smoother than November's troubled primary. But results aren't expected until the end of March.
July 14, 2010 Americans have donated more than $1.3 billion for Haiti after the country's Jan. 12 quake. Thousands of charities are helping the recovery effort. But plans to move survivors out of encampments into more suitable housing seem months, or even years, away.