Aid agencies are scrambling to respond to a resurgence of cholera cases in Haiti triggered by heavy rain.
The storms that devastated the South are gone, but the survivors are just beginning to realize how much they've lost.
The severe storms and tornadoes that ripped through the South and Midwest killed at least 327 people, making it the third deadliest outbreak in U.S. history.
Thousands of people have started flooding home to Southern Sudan following the historic referendum that separated south from north.
Sixteen-year-old Valery Bianco and his 13-year-old sister Marina Bianco take extra care in preparing and wrapping their shoe box gifts for "Operation Christmas Child."
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin was in Haiti on Sunday, urging the U.S government and other Americans to do more to help the earthquake-ravaged country.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin travels to Haiti as part of a humanitarian delegation. CNN's Gary Tuchman reports.
Three brothers recuperated Thursday afternoon in a once-open field now speckled by the bright blue tarps of a cholera rehydration clinic in the Haitian town of Bercy, where an outbreak has sickened hundreds of people.
After dealing a walloping blow to Haiti, where at least six people died and a number of homes were destroyed, Tropical Storm Tomas weakened rapidly Sunday, the National Hurricane Center said.
A Red Cross spokeswoman tells CNN's Ali Velshi that Hurricane Tomas didn't hit Port-au-Prince like they expected.
An aid worker with Samaritan's Purse, a Christian aid organization, has been freed after 105 days in captivity in the Darfur region of western Sudan, a spokeswoman for the organization said Monday.
A massive two-week food distribution effort aimed at reaching 2 million people began Sunday in Haiti's quake-ravaged capital.
Massive food distribution coordinated by the World Food Programme, international aid agencies and the Haitian government will begin Sunday in the quake-ravaged capital.
Haiti's police chief talks with CNN's Karl Penhaul about the huge problems his police department faces.
The Rev. Franklin Graham has arrived in North Korea bearing a gift for North Korean leader Kim Jong Il, the country's official news agency reported Wednesday.
Behind the bar at a local restaurant, Doc Hendley leans in to hear his customer over the band. "You like the pinot? Cool," he says.