The Trump administration is taking the unusual step of hunting for evidence of crimes committed by Haitian immigrants as it decides whether to allow them to continue participating in a humanitarian program that has shielded tens of thousands from deportation since an earthquake destroyed much of their country.
A new hospital has been opened in a remote section of southern Haiti where residents once had to travel for hours on rutted roads to reach a relatively well equipped medical center.
Mexican authorities say they have no plans to stop or deport a growing tide of more than 13,000 Haitians who have entered Mexico illegally this year for the purpose of crossing into the U.S.
Hurricane Matthew killed almost 900 people and displaced tens of thousands in Haiti before plowing northward on Saturday just off the southeast U.S. coast, where it caused major flooding and widespread power outages.
Six-month-old twin girls are recovering well after becoming the first conjoined twins ever separated in their home country of Haiti.
It may seem like the TOMS shoe, that soft canvas slip-on worn by socialites and children in Rwanda alike, is omnipresent, but in truth, it’s the company chief who’s everywhere. Blake Mycoskie, the Los Angeles–based founder of TOMS, estimates that he’s visited “25, 30 countries” for either work or play; he circles the globe scouting locations where they can establish “giving partnerships”—part of the One for One campaign, where, say, a free pair of shoes is given away for every pair purchased, or eye care is offered for every pair of glasses sold.