Anchor Jeb Sharp speaks with Bob Poff, the disaster coordinator for Salvation Army. He was in Haiti at the time of the earthquake. He discusses what he and his team have been seeing as they struggle to get help to earthquake victims.
Reporter Sheri Fink, who's also a medical doctor, has been traveling around Port-au-Prince. She's following the work of one of the ?disaster medical assistance teams? that the US Department of Health and Human Services sent to Haiti.
It was a favorite spot for those who wanted to relax with a pizza and beer. Now it's more popular than ever, drawing more than a thousand people a day for an all-too-rare free hot lunch. Katy Clark speaks with Muncheez Restaurant owner Clifford Rouzeau.
Haiti's government has unveiled an expensive reconstruction plan for the country. But there are questions over how best to spend the money. Anchor Jeb Sharp speaks with reporter Amy Bracken in Port-au-Prince.
Airline passengers stranded due to the volcanic cloud over northern Europe have incurred lots of extra costs for lodging, meals, and much more. So who pays the bill? Anchor Marco Werman speaks with BBC personal finance reporter Kevin Peachey.
It's been a tough year for the UN's Department of Peacekeeping. Over 100 members of staff were killed in Haiti's earthquake. Many more peacekeepers have lost their lives in different parts of the world.