Haiti

With tomorrow marking the one year anniversary of the earthquake that devastated Haiti, former Haitian presidential hopeful, Wyclef Jean has made peace with his former Fugees bandmate, Pras.

Sources tell AFaceAFace.org, a movement for Haitian youth and activists, that Wyclef Jean was hospitalized for stress and fatigue.

Wyclef Jean’s name has not been included on a list of approved presidential candidates for his native Haiti.

Wyclef Jean’s road to the Haitian presidency has been rocky, to say the least. Wyclef’s desire to be president of his homeland has caused the rapper to go into hiding. In a series of emails exchanged with the Associated Press, the rapper says that he’s been receiving death threats, including one that warned the rapper […]

In an exclusive interview with AllHipHop.com, Wyclef Jean's Presidential rival Michel Martelly questioned the rapper's ability to help Haiti recover from a devastating earthquake in January, which killed 250,000 people and displaced another 1.5 million. Former Fugee group member Pras Michel is backing Martelly in his run against Wyclef Jean for President of Haiti.

Wyclef Jean appeared on CNN's "Larry King Live" last night to officially announce his candidacy for the presidency of Haiti. Wyclef made the announcement live via satellite from Haiti, his home country. However, actor/activist Sean Penn appeared on the show as well and criticized Wyclef's run for president.

Hip-Hop star Wyclef Jean will announce his bid for the President of Haiti, a source has confirmed with AllHipHop.com exclusively. Sources close to Wyclef confirmed with AllHipHop.com that the rapper will announce his bid for the country’s highest office next Thursday, on August 5th.

Wyclef Jean is mulling over a career change. "I can't sing forever," the Fugees star told CNN after a published report from Canadian publican Le Droit said that 'Clef was considering a career in politics.

The World Bank said Friday it had cancelled Haiti’s remaining debt to help the impoverished country recover from a devastating earthquake four months ago.

Grammy Award-winning artist and philanthropist Wyclef Jean can now add another distinguished honor to his long list of achievements: The Haitian-born Jean was awarded an honorary doctorate on May 23 from Western Connecticut State University in Danbury.

Michelle Obama made a surprise trip to Haiti today. To find out what Michelle Obama discovered once she got there continue reading.

Supermodel Naomi Campbell's "Fashion For Relief" show managed to gather a plethora of celebrities to strut their stuff down the catwalk in a bid to raise money for Haiti.