On January 10, a massive 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti. Six months later, relief efforts are moving very slowly. Has Haiti's government been an obstacle in the flow of aid? Why are donors taking so long to actually provide the funds they promised? How are people on the ground being helped and what do they need? Also, BP delays testing a new containment cap and drilling a relief well, and it just gets curiouser and curiouser – the case of Iranian nuclear scientist Shahram Amiri, who says he was kidnapped by the CIA. Sara Terry sits in for vacationing Warren Olney.
Banner image: Haitians demonstrate in front of an earthquake destroyed house July 13, 2010, to demand the resignation of President Rene Preval and the CEP (Conseil Electoral Provisoire) in Port-au-Prince. Photo: Thony Belizaire/AFP/Getty Images