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MIAMI-Days after the U.S. government asked a court to grant the United Nations immunity in a cholera lawsuit, a group of high powered attorneys filed a class-action lawsuit on behalf of 1,500 Haitian cholera victims in a New York federal court.
Caribbean Community leaders Monday adopted a 10-point slavery reparations program that calls for a formal apology from Europe, debt forgiveness and psychological rehabilitation for those still suffering from the damage of slavery.
Linh Huynh used to drive a taxi through the streets of Ho Chi Mihn City in southern Vietnam. Then, 13 years ago, his relatives, who worked in a nail salon in Miami, beckoned with the promise of a better life.
President Barack Obama met Thursday with Haitian President Michel Martelly and said he was encouraged by progress on scheduling long-overdue elections in the country.
Every day, 96 elephants are gunned down in Africa. Every 11 hours, a rhino is slaughtered. And every few years, Kenya loses a wildlife park ranger at the hands of a poacher.
She would buy 5-gallon buckets of vanilla ice cream and consume the entire container, drizzled in chocolate sauce, in less than a week. Bowl after bowl, quart after quart, she felt powerless to stop herself from opening the freezer and digging i...
There's not a lot that can keep Paul William Walden from getting behind the wheel. Three arrests for driving under the influence in the last decade didn't stop him. A suspended driver's license didn't do it.
With opening ceremonies for the London Olympics in less than two weeks, The Bee set out to talk with some of the area's young athletes about the upcoming Games.
Bleeding hands and sore muscles are the norm but CrossFit, launched from Santa Cruz a dozen years ago, is being sold to the masses on the notion that they, too, can do things they never dreamed possible.
Western States 2012 will be remembered as the year of records broken, on both timing clocks and thermometers.