In Haiti’s capital, death is often harder to afford than life. The men who tend to the bodies told their stories to New York Times journalists.
The government is ending a program that let Haitians stay in the United States legally after the 2010 earthquake, and many in the community worry about their future.
A program that let 59,000 Haitians remain in the United States after a 2010 earthquake will end in July 2019.
A program that has allowed immigrants to stay in the United States after the devastating 2010 earthquake is under review, and many fear they will be sent home.
The trust fund to finance the U.N.’s anti-cholera plan is nearly broke. Members are balking at paying. And a class-action lawsuit continued to dog the U.N.
Through a quirk of customs law, Haitian New Yorkers can ship home almost anything, as long as it’s crammed into a vehicle that can be loaded onto a boat.
President Trump’s chief of staff tried to persuade the acting homeland security secretary to end a program that shields about 300,000 immigrants from deportation.
The Trump administration said thousands of immigrants from Nicaragua would have to leave the country by Jan. 5, 2019, but extended protections for Hondurans, for now.
A Nobel Peace Prize laureate discusses his strategy for reducing the global dangers of extreme wealth concentration.
The remote Haitian island of Île-à-Vache was devastated by Hurricane Matthew in October 2016. Some residents have been able to rebuild their homes. For others, it is taking longer.
This feel-good documentary dives into global health care with the same optimism as its subjects, two founders of Partners in Health.
Even in a runaway and deadly epidemic, architecture can become an important element of a cure.
A federal judge upheld the assertion by the United Nations that it is immune from lawsuits because of a diplomatic treaty.