Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, was struck by a magnitude 7.0 earthquake near the capital that destroyed buildings and left thousands of people dead or missing.
Celebs came out for the Hope Help & Relief Haiti "A Night Of Humanity" event at Urban Zen in New York City. Check out the photos here!
The body of Diane Caves, a 31-year-old Atlanta woman on temporary assignment to Haiti, has been found, according to the National Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which dispatched her to Port-au-Prince just before a massive earthquake on Jan. 12. She is the first known Atlanta fatality from the disaster that claimed an estimated 200,000 lives.
Five Haitian earthquake victims, including an 18-month-old with brain injuries, were airlifted Tuesday night to Dobbins Air Force Base and taken to different area hospitals. A network of hospitals was waiting to accept the injured.
Not only will Janet Jackson feature on the soon-to-be-released "We Are The World" remake to benefit Haitian earthquake relief, she will be singing the same part her late brother, the King of Pop Michael Jackson, sang on the original 25 years ago.
Celebrities like Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Wyclef Jean, Jennifer Hudson, Gladys Knight, Akon, Snoop Dogg, Pink, Mya, Brandy, Robin Thicke, Tyrese, Trey Songz, Jamie Foxx, Toni Braxton, Kid Cudi, LL Cool J, Usher, Keri Hilson and lots of others all hit the studio yesterday to remake "We Are The World."
Sisters Beyonce and Solange Knowles teamed up for “A Party: Relief For Haiti Edition” benefiting Wyclef Jean’s Yele Haiti at The Eldridge in NYC. Check out the photos here!
Nine-time Grammy winner Mary J. Blige and world-renowned pop tenor Andrea Bocelli will join forces and perform live together in a special fund-raising segment for Haiti relief during the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards.
For countless Haitians and others in Port-au-Prince, new rules of hunger etiquette are emerging. Stealing food, it is widely known, might get you killed. Children are most likely to return with something to eat, but no matter what is found, or how hungry the forager, everything must be shared.
Beneath layers of rubble after the earthquake in Haiti, Dan Woolley felt blood streaming from his head and leg. Then he remembered -- he had an app for that.<!--more-->
Myriam Merlet, Magalie Marcelin and Anne Marie Coriolan, founders of three of Haiti’s most important advocacy organizations working on behalf of women and girls, are confirmed dead — victims of last week’s 7.0 earthquake. Their deaths have left members of the women’s movement, Haitian and otherwise, reeling.
Beyonce and Madonna have joined Friday's "Hope for Haiti Now" celebrity telethon for the earthquake-ravaged Caribbean nation, and actors George Clooney and Leonardo DiCaprio will each donate $1 million to the cause, their representatives said on Thursday.