More than two weeks after the earthquake struck in Haiti, destroying homes and tearing apart families, Haitians are scrambling to find new places to live. It is expected that many may seek refuge in Miami.
Florida Governor Charlie Crist, front-runner for the 2010 Senate seat, must pick a replacement for Senator Mel Martinez. Joining The Takeaway is WLRN-Miami Herald News' Joshua Johnson and Al Cardenas, former chair of the Republican Party of Florida.
After President Obama's most recent speech, The Takeaway is getting the pulse on America by talking to partner stations. We are joined by Jerome Vaughn of WDET in Detroit, Joshua Johnson of WLRN Miami Herald News, and Marc Steiner of WEAA in Baltimore.
President Obama has lifted restrictions on travel and remittances for Cuban-Americans who wish to visit family or send money to their kin in Cuba. The Takeaway talks to Michael Voss, BBC correspondent and Joshua Johnson a reporter and anchor with WLRN.
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