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Posted Sunday, July 29, 2007
Certain degrees now cost more at public universities
Cities sue gangs in bid to stop violence
Posted Saturday, July 28, 2007
The memorial service for notorious polygamist Haitian Roman Catholic priest, Edner Devalcin, may not take place on Monday, August 6, 2007, as previously announced
In Haiti, a sharp increase in lynchings and other mob attacks
Posted Thursday, July 26, 2007
A memorial service for Haitian Roman Catholic priest, Edner Devalcin, whose immortal soul is now believed to be receiving eternal retribution for gravely sinned on earth, will be held Monday, August 6, 2007
U.S. court throws out city's illegal immigration law
Posted Wednesday, July 25, 2007
Haiti tastes peace under Preval
Oprah, with $260 million annually, tops list of highest paid TV stars
Top lender, Countrywide, says housing market might not begin recovering until 2009
Posted Tuesday, July 24, 2007
Ex-principal Haitian rebel leader, presidential candidate, Philippe, vehemently denies drug ties
Long accused deposed dictator Aristide partner in crime, polygamist Haitian Roman Catholic priest, Devalcin, with advanced Aids, died on July 22th
Man must pay partnered ex-wife alimony
Posted Monday, July 23, 2007
Illegal immigrants to be issued ID cards in Connecticut
Tennis Nonwhites: A history of black players, and an autobiography by one who's still competing at the game's highest levels
Legacy of Ashes: The history of the CIA
An Illuminated Life: Belle da Costa Greene's journey from prejudice to privilege
Posted Saturday, July 21, 2007
Placing former Haitian murderous dictator, alleged drug lord Aristide in tight handcuffs, whose job is that?
Haiti, U.S. to continue joint offensives
Blacks in U.S. imprisoned at five times the rate of whites
Posted Friday, July 20, 2007
Ex-Haitian principal rebel leader, presidential candidate, Philippe, is charged with trafficking in narcotics in still-sealed indictment in Florida
Haitian national proudly raised nation's tortured flag high
Posted Thursday, July 19, 2007
Pilgrims flock to the healing waters of Haiti Voodoo Virgin
Posted Wednesday, July 18, 2007
A Haitian military dictator 100th anniversary of birth
Ex-Haitian rebel leader, presidential candidate, Philippe, in hiding after U.S.-led drug offensive, loyalist says
Economists see aid to poor nations as ineffective
Haitian Police say US anti-drug agency carried out operation
Louisiana couple may lose house, be homeless over $1.63 tax bill
Posted Tuesday, July 17, 2007
DEA agents arrest Haitian ex-rebel leader, Philippe, hours after searching his home
Bribes and fraud - capital punishment
Posted Saturday, July 14, 2007
Far more than 250,000 illegal weapons now circulate in the streets of Haiti
No protection for homeowners
Radicalism among Muslim professionals worries many
Posted Friday, July 13, 2007
For parking spot, the price is right at $56,250 a tire
Posted Wednesday, July 11, 2007
In Economics departments, a growing will to debate fundamental assumptions
35-year-old Haitian mother raped, sodomized at gunpoint by up to 10 masked thugs for three hours
Posted Tuesday, July 10, 2007
Increasing rate of foreclosures upsets Atlanta
Posted Monday, July 9, 2007
Through a prism of 40 years, Newark examines deadly unrest
Haitian radio hopes to sooth crime-riven slum
Posted Saturday, July 7, 2007
Immigration malpractice
Pope eases restrictions on wider use of Latin mass
11-year-old girl charged with driving drunk, speeding up to 100 mph in Alabama
Hollywood, Haitiwood? Haiti's film industry thrives despite hard times
Posted Friday, July 6, 2007
YOUNG HAITIAN-AMERICAN FAST GROWING DEADLY GANG VIOLENCE - Murder called a 'setup,' girlfriend says Randolph man killing related to 2004 shooting
Fruit flies prompt U.S. to block Haiti mango exports
COLD WAR Closest CIA bid to kill Castro was poisoned drink
INEQUALITIES Majorities say income gap too wide, too many poor still with us
Posted Monday, July 2, 2007
CAPTURED Convicted fugitive from justice, Michelet Joacine, finally placed in tight handcuffs, secured chains
The least among us: The economist Paul Collier has some ideas about how to improve the lot of the world's poorest countries
Former Haiti for-life-totalitarian dictator, Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier, turns 56, today, July 3, 2007. Happy Birthday!
Fire destroys Port-au-Prince marketplace
Universal care plan faces hurdles in Massachusetts
Rampant gangs and drugs stalling Haiti's reconstruction, MacKay warned
Little America: Free Navassa (La Navase), U.S.'s oldest overseas possession, not dirt-poor Haiti's
2,000 years later, wrapped in the star-spangled toga
Can a law change a society?
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