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It’s been four years since President George W. Bush left the White House, with the former commander in chief reentering the public eye with the dedication of his presidential library in Dallas on Thursday. Bush’s time as a former president...
Before her panel at the L.A. Times Festival of Book, journalist and author Amy Wilentz dropped in at our video booth to talk about how she came to write her latest book, "Farewell, Fred Voodoo." Written after Haiti's devastating 2010 earthquake, this...
Tags: Haiti, Truman Capote
With cellular service in Boston jammed in the aftermath of the marathon explosions this week, many people were left scrambling for ways to let loved ones know they were safe and to search for information on family and friends. Social networks and...
The mourners lamenting the death of late Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez included the presidents of Iran and Cuba, a Spanish prince and a man that Chavez himself once floated as a possible American ambassador to Venezuela: Hollywood actor Sean Penn. Penn...
Tags: Hugo Chavez, The Huffington Post, Sean Penn, Venezuela, Politics
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, who died Tuesday at age 58, was a flamboyant figure on the world stage, often snagging headlines with his dramatic declarations in speeches and to the media. Here are some of the remarks that garnered international...
Tags: World Water Day, PlayStation, Haiti, Medical Research, Holidays
Re "Patt Morrison Asks: Richard M. Walden, charity case," Opinion, Jan. 30 Richard M. Walden raises several points about the American Red Cross that I'd like to address. When a donor designates his contribution to be spent on an event such as the...
MEXICO CITY -- As rescue efforts were winding down Friday at Mexico's state oil company, where a blast the day before killed at least 33 people, workers gathered nearby, saying they were unafraid of going back to work and eager to do so as soon as they...
Author Amy Wiltenz joined us from New York, where she's on tour with her new book "Farewell, Fred Voodoo: A Letter from Haiti." Published this month by Simon & Shuster, "Farewell, Fred Voodoo" is a compelling work of reportage and memoir that recounts...
Join us Tuesday for a live video conversation with award-winning author Amy Wilentz about her new book, "Farewell, Fred Voodoo." After a massive earthquake devastated Haiti in 2010, Wilentz, a journalist who has been writing about the country for more...
The U.S. and other countries have failed to properly screen Haitians found at sea to determine if they have “a credible fear” of violence and persecution, the U.N.'s refugee agency said Friday. Less than four weeks into the year, more than...
Tags: Dominica, Refugee, Haiti, Social Issues, Immigration
You'd almost think that someone had stapled several resumes together and put them in Raul Ruiz's file: magna cum laude at UCLA; three graduate degrees from Harvard (a medical degree and masters in public policy and in public health); doctoring to poor...
MEXICO CITY -- Three years after a ferocious earthquake devastated Haiti and killed more than a quarter of a million people, the impoverished nation remains a broken picture of halting recovery and persistent misery. In simple ceremonies Saturday in...
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