Haitian-American activist and humanitarian Marleine Bastien and journalist and filmmaker James Piere look at what’s happening in Haiti today and where donations to help earthquake survivors have actually gone.
It was two years ago a massive 7.0 magnitude earthquake shook Haiti and crippled the Caribbean nation and here in South Florida, Haitians are marking the anniversary with a series of events to remember those lost and still homeless.
Lynn University in Boca Raton honored the lives of four students and two professors who died in the earthquake in Haiti with a day of service and remembrance Thursday.
Nearly two years after a devastating earthquake ravaged the island nation of Haiti, there is still frustration over the slow movement in improving the impoverished nation.
It’s been almost two years since a massive earthquake devastated parts of Haiti. While it seems reconstruction efforts have been slow-going, some of those doing what they can to ensure Haiti’s future are celebrities who are making quite an impact.
The death toll is expected to rise after a powerful 7.2 earthquake rocked eastern Turkey. At least 239 people were killed. The images of the destruction were difficult to watch for members of the Florida Turkish American Association.
An earthquake rocked Jamaica and Cuba Thursday just after 4 a.m.
Ft. Lauderdale based AutoNation Inc. said Tuesday its new vehicle sales fell 3 percent in August.
Tens of millions of people from Georgia to Canada were jolted Tuesday by the strongest earthquake to strike the East Coast since World War II, and the effects were felt nationwide.
Just days after officials confirmed Britney Gengel died in the devastating earthquake in Haiti her parents started a foundation called Be Like Brit.