Former Haitian Police Commander Sentenced To Prison For Taking BribesA former Haitian senator and police commander has been sentenced to nine years in U.S. federal prison.
Haitians Under Protected Status Given Extension To Stay In The StatesHaitian immigrants who have been in the U.S. under a Temporary Protected Status program are getting another sixth months in the states but their future is up in the air.
Haitians Fear End To Post-Quake Protected StatusThousands of Haitians who have settled in the U.S. could face deportation if immigration privileges granted to them after the 2010 earthquake are allowed to expire.
Haitian Leader To Plead Guilty To Drug Smuggling ChargesA former Haitian coup leader who is facing drug smuggling and money laundering conspiracy charges is expected to take a plea deal Monday in federal court in Miami.
240 Haitians Found Living In Cave Months After HurricaneA humanitarian crisis has emerged in the southern peninsula of Haiti, months after Hurricane Matthew ravaged the country.
Local Haitian Leaders At Loss After Latest Tragedy Strikes Island NationA fun celebration took an instant and horrifying turn towards tragedy over the weekend.
Trial Set For Haitian Coup Leader On Drug ChargesA former Haitian police chief and recent senator-elect will head to trial ths Spring on U.S. drug trafficking case.
Haitian Politician To Face Drug Charges In MiamiA former Haitian coup leader is due in Miami federal court on Friday to face federal drug trafficking charges.
After Lengthy Drift, Haiti Votes For New LeaderHaiti's repeatedly derailed presidential election went relatively smoothly Sunday as the nation tried to get its shaky democracy on a sturdier track after nearly a year of being led by a provisional government.
Plane Packed With Food, Medicine Heads To Haiti Hurricane Matthew left a path of damage, destruction and death in its wake.
Local Groups Gathering Aid For Hurricane Ravaged HaitiSeveral local organizations are pitching in to help the people of Haiti who were left homeless and hungry by Hurricane Matthew.
Activists Call Haitian Deportation Policy "Abomination"Marie Carole Jeune sobbed as she spoke to a bank of reporters and television news cameras Monday at a Little Haiti community center.
Tens Of Thousands Homeless, Hungry In Haiti After MatthewHaiti continues to struggle to recover from Hurricane Matthew's devastating blow.
Miami-Dade Public Schools Offer Support For Haiti ReliefInternational aid is finally getting underway in Haiti as authorities try to determine the full extent of the devastation.
Official: 470 Dead In 1 District Of Haiti's SouthwestAt least 470 Haitians have died in one district of the country's hard-hit southwest region as authorities slowly reach marooned areas devastated by Hurricane Matthew, a civil defense official said Saturday.