As Wyclef Jean appeals the decision barring him from Haiti's presidential race, some Haitians suggest he should use his wealth to help those in immediate need.
Despite the continued detentions, Gitmo is trying to make its mark in another way: with environmental preservation.
For HIV orphans, Haiti's earthquake represents one blow in a painful series of deaths and destruction.
Some consider him a savior of the slums, or "the Sarah Palin of the Caribbean," but Wyclef Jean will not participate in Haiti's presidential race.
Cuba's government meets infrastructural dilapidation and lagging productivity with "great calm," considering updates and revisions to the socialist model.
A former Cuban government operative describes her experience with (and earnings from) the flow of U.S. aid to Cuban dissidents.
Jailed American Alan Gross's ambiguous mission raises questions about the scope and implications of American involvement in Cuba.
U.S. pro-democracy funds bring dissidents aid, as well as risk of arrest.
Cubans disagree about the role the U.S. government should play in their country's political transition.
When Haitians cross into the Dominican Republic to work, they often lack official documents that can help protect them from abuse. That's where Johnny Rivas steps in.
A half-century later, Cuban journalist Marta Rojas remembers covering the early days of the Revolution.
Yoani Sanchez, the woman behind the infamous blog Generación Y, is accused of being a US creation, designed to topple the Cuban government.