Tens of thousands of young Central Americans crossed the US-Mexico border this year, many fleeing violence. Now they must navigate the US asylum system to try and stay here legally, but the system is being overwhelmed by the huge numbers of children.
The extent of the devastation from the quake in Haiti is emerging. The 7.0-magnitude quake is Haiti's worst in two centuries. Up to three million people have been affected. Jeb Sharp speaks with Bob Poff, disaster coordinator for The Salvation Army.
Dixie Bickel runs an orphanage about 15 miles out of Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince. She has over 150 children to look after and like many others in the country she is now waiting for help to arrive. Anchor Marco Werman talks with Dixie.
Haiti's President, Rene Preval, met with President Obama at the White House today. Preval asked the US to keep helping rebuild his nation following January's devastating earthquake. The World's Katy Clark reports.
The goat comes from Vermont. The chef comes from Boston. And her recipe comes from Haiti, along with the honored guests, survivors of the January earthquake. Celebrity chef Jody Adams prepares traditional goat dishes to support the Haiti relief effort.
It's ten months since a powerful earthquake struck Haiti. Conditions for many are still desperate. Violence, particularly against women, is on the rise. These are the findings of a report by Refugees International. Lisa Mullins talks with Melanie Teff.