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Some sights in Port-au-Prince have changed in the eight months that have passed since the earthquake. Billboards advertising mobile phones, home appliances and Delta Air Lines tower over a sprawling tent camp near Haiti’s international airport and stand in stark contrast to the meager lives of the camp’s dispossessed residents. Courtesy of Valentina Pasquali hide caption

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Amid Slow Recovery, Haiti's Tent Cities Remain

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Prospective homebuyers visit a foreclosed home last month in Seymour, Conn. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Sloppy Paperwork Forces Halt To Some Foreclosures

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Wright County Egg owner Austin "Jack" DeCoster, left, confers with his attorney Jan Kramer, as he testified on Capitol Hill. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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House Hearing On Salmonella-Tainted Eggs Turns Testy

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