Four people are dead, eleven others rescued by U.S. Coast Guard crews after they were found clinging to the hull of an overturned boat seven miles east of Miami.
Simone Jeanty’s tears have not stopped since the day she received word her daughter, 24-year-old Judith Valentin drowned off the coast of West Palm Beach. Jeanty came from Haiti this week on a temporary visa to bury her.
Miami-born unranked tennis player Victoria Duval defeated former US Open Champion Samantha Stosur, ranked number 11 in the world, in a major upset—for Stosur—at the 2013 US Open.
Cuban Americans, protesting the treatment of migrants in the Bahamas, have resurfaced attention to longstanding complaints about the conditions of confinement for people seeking to reach the U.S., often with the help of human smugglers.
U.S. Senator Bill Nelson will brief Haitian-American leaders in Miami on Wednesday when he returns from a four day visit to their homeland.
A Michigan man convicted of sexually abusing children in a group home he ran in Haiti will be sentenced Tuesday in Miami federal court.
The United State’s oldest civil rights organization will mark the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation and the 50th anniversary of the assassination of civil rights leader Medger Evers at the NAACP convention in Orlando over the next few days.
Tropical Storm Chantal is now a tropical wave, but it left much of the Caribbean drenched, Wednesday, leading to flights being canceled for people heading to Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
The Coast Guard is searching for nine fishermen, and their vessel, Saturday said to be in waters off northern Haiti.
Santiago Cazorla and Cesc Fabregas scored early goals as World Cup champion Spain beat Haiti 2-1 in an exhibition Saturday.