On January 10, a massive 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti. Six months later, relief efforts are moving very slowly. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, 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? Also, beautiful new schools rise on the site of the Ambassador Hotel, and the strange tale of the Iranian nuclear scientist who either was – or wasn't – abducted by the CIA. Sara Terry sits in for vacationing Warren Olney.
Whatever Happened to Hope for Haiti?
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Haitian Recovery Efforts
It's been six months since a devastating magnitude-7.0 earthquake hit Haiti, killing as many as 230,000 people and leaving more than a million homeless. Governments, aid...
Ambassador Hotel Becomes Beautiful Schools with Hefty Price
The Ambassador Hotel , once frequented by the rich and famous, has been razed and rebuilt as a site for multiple K-12 school campuses set to open this fall. The Robert F....