- Lawyer denies ex-rebel leader tied to attack on Haiti police Updated: May-24-16 5:45 pm
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - The lawyer for a Senate candidate and ex-rebel leader said Tuesday that his client had nothing to do with a deadly attack on a police station in southern Haiti this month.
- Concern in Haiti over emerging condition linked to Zika Updated: May-23-16 11:08 pm
MIREBALAIS, Haiti - Berny Saint-Sauveur was moaning and incoherent when his family carried him into a hospital in central Haiti. He was unable to move, he later found out, because of an unusual paralysis syndrome linked to the mosquito-borne Zika virus.
- Haitian woman visits hospital where doctors rebuilt her face Updated: May-23-16 3:41 am
MIAMI - A Haitian woman who attracted widespread media attention 10 years ago for a 16-pound facial growth says she'd now like to work as a reporter, too.
- Florida farmworker dies after complaining of heat exhaustion Updated: May-19-16 4:05 pm
IMMOKALEE, Florida - Local and federal authorities are investigating the death of a Haitian farmworker who had complained of heat exhaustion during a two-hour bus ride back to Immokalee from southwest Florida tomato fields.
- Gunmen in green uniforms attack police station in Haiti Updated: May-16-16 10:13 pm
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - A few dozen gunmen wearing green uniforms attacked a police station in Haiti's southern peninsula before dawn Monday, killing an officer and wounding at least two others before fleeing.
- Delivery of supplies not enough to end Haiti hospital strike Updated: May-12-16 8:10 pm
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - The health ministry delivered a truckload of medical supplies to Haiti's biggest public hospital Thursday, but resident doctors said it wouldn't come close to ending a strike that has spread through the economically straitened health system.
- DHS released nearly 20,000 criminal immigrants last year Updated: May-11-16 2:42 pm
WASHINGTON - The U.S. tried repeatedly to deport Jean Jacques, an immigrant living in the U.S. illegally, but his native Haiti wouldn't take him back after he served more than a decade in a state prison for attempted murder and committed multiple parole violations.
- No end in sight to election mess in struggling Haiti Updated: May-04-16 12:09 am
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - Senate leader Jocelerme Privert took office as Haiti's caretaker president with one real task: Quickly untangle a political stalemate blocking presidential and legislative runoff elections.
- At least 9 Haitians killed when boat capsizes in rough seas Updated: May-02-16 9:08 pm
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - At least nine Haitians have died after a small boat they were traveling in capsized in rough seas off the northern coast.
- US official visits Haiti to assess progress toward elections Updated: Apr-28-16 10:07 pm
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - The U.S. State Department's special coordinator for Haiti arrived in the troubled Caribbean nation Thursday seeking to help resolve a political standoff that has left elections in limbo.
- Cuban players paid smugglers $15 million, prosecutors say Updated: Apr-26-16 4:53 pm
MIAMI - Cuban baseball players paid a South Florida-based smuggling ring more than $15 million to leave the communist island in secretive ventures that included phony documents, false identities and surreptitious boat voyages to Mexico, Haiti and the Dominican Republic, federal prosecutors say.
- Slaying of 3 deaf women in Haiti highlights vulnerability Updated: Apr-25-16 12:06 am
LEVEQUE, Haiti - The three friends had spent the day stocking up on food in the Haitian capital when they left for their village, setting off on the 20-mile trip home by foot because the minibuses known as tap-taps weren't running after a bridge collapse.