When the House of Representatives voted to approve a Senate-passed health care bill, 32 million Americans came closer to receiving medical coverage. What does this mean for the thousands of American hospitals tasked with treating them?
Even after you restore safety and security, how do you begin to rebuild? Along with severe damages to infrastructure in the wake of the earthquake, Haitians are trying to deal with economic issues brought into sharp relief by the disaster.
With 21,000 Haitian American students, along with a recent influx of Haitian students who have fled their country, Miami-Dade schools have struggled with the aftermath of Haiti's earthquake perhaps more than any other school system in the United States.
A photo-journalism and essay project by the Miami-based Iris Photo Collective portrays the complex connections between Haiti and her neighbor Cuba. We speak with Iris co-founders, Carl Juste and Luis Rios.
Richard Blanco is the first immigrant to be the poet for a US presidential inauguration. In his new memoir, he talks about Thanksgiving in his Cuban-American household, where it was treated more like San Giving — a saint's day.
Miami has always been a hub for Cuban ex-pats. But recently, a group of students from the island just arrived in Florida carrying student visas. It marks the first academic trip of its kind since the revolution started 50 years ago. With the island loosening travel restrictions, programs like this are now emerging.
Record producer Fred Paul and band manager Ulrich Pierre Louis have released a new collection of Haitian dance music from 60s and 70s. It's a time machine called "Haiti Direct" and it will make you scratch your head.
Miami's sports scene is crowded with stars like LeBron James and Dwayne Wade. But they're going to have to make room for one more: David Beckham, who announced Wednesday that he's planning to bring an MLS franchise to the city.
Russia's managed to sow discord across much of eastern Ukraine, without moving its military across the border. But why? Figuring that out will say a lot about how far the conflict goes. Meanwhile, attorneys at the military tribunals for accused terrorists in Guantanamo Bay say they are being spied on. That and more, in today's Global Scan.