January 18, 2011 It's unclear whether the former dictator has been arrested or is only being held for questioning.
January 12, 2011 Sylvana Joseph, a guest on Talk of the Nation, looks back on the year since the earthquake that left Haiti in ruins. Joseph, a Haitian-American, is determined to continue to tell stories, laugh and find joy one year after the earthquake.
January 12, 2011 Prayers were raised in Port-au-Prince today. Haitians face enormous challenges: More than 1 million, for example, still live in tents and makeshift shelters.
November 12, 2010 Obama G20 summit; cholera in Haiti; NATO says bomb near Kabul
November 11, 2010 Obama in South Korea; cholera in Haiti; smuggling ring broken in Arizona; disabled cruise ship returning to San Diego
November 5, 2010 More than a million people are still living in tents and under tarps in Haiti as Hurricane Tomas nears. Merapi death toll tops 100 as searing gas hits a village thought to be in the safe zone. No survivors on Aero Carribean flight 883.
November 4, 2010 Quantas jet damaged in flight; NASA delays shuttle launch; Tomas headed for Haiti
October 25, 2010 The cholera outbreak in Haiti is only going to get worse. NPR spoke with Jacqueline Charles of the Miami Herald and she says people in the capital are terrified as they wait for the disease to reach Port-Au-Prince. At this point it seems inevitable.
July 28, 2010 Amid reports that hip-hop artist Wyclef Jean may run for president of Haiti, NPR's Lee Hill explores whether the philanthropist and cultural ambassador is eligible.
July 12, 2010 Guest blogger and Haiti native Yves Louis-Jacques recently toured earthquake devastation in the country and says, six months after the tragedy, classism, corruption, and nepotism still impede rebuilding progress.