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Health Duo working to reduce cervical and breast cancer in women from Miami's Little Haiti Cervical cancer rates are higher among women in Little Haiti, and breast cancer cases tend to be more advanced when discovered. A University of Miami
Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano on Tuesday announced an 18-month extension of the protected status, which had been set to expire in July, allowing 48,000 Haitian nationals to remain in the U.S. until Jan. 22, 2013. Thousands of other
Seeing Little Haiti through Bruce Weber's eyes Special to The Miami Herald In the new regime of contemporary art, the edge is to be found in disemboweling one's psychic innards for chuckles, Art Forum fame and the acclaim of solo shows and canonized
Miami Herald North Miami police on Monday were still hunting for the gunman who held up a congressional hopeful in front of a church over the weekend, part of a mini crime spree that occurred within a span of a few blocks and less than half an hour
Police in North Miami say a Democratic congressional candidate has been robbed at gunpoint while waiting to make a campaign appearance at a church. Police Lt. Neal Cuevas said that Marleine Bastien was in a car Saturday with her
Rep. Kendrick Meek in Congress was robbed at gunpoint while waiting to go into a Miami -Dade church on Saturday, police said. Marleine Bastien, 51, was preparing to speak at a campaign event at The House of the Living God at 13700 in North Miami .
From earthquake fundraisers in Miami to business forums in Port-au-Prince, conversations about a homeland in crisis are giving way to a new political possibility in the United States -- or a missed opportunity for the South Florida Haitian American