Richard Walden on the difficulties getting help to the people who really need it in North Korea
Worries about infectious diseases spreading in aftermath of Haiti earthquake
Tips to avoid charity scams when helping Haiti earthquake victims
Unsanitary conditions putting people at greater risk of illness
Alan discusses the earthquake relief efforts in Haiti with former FEMA Director Michael D. Brown.
Parents beg for help with rescuing their daughters from Haiti
Doctors work around the clock to care for thousands of earthquake victims
Will $57 million raised from Haiti telethon actually get to suffering people?
First uncensored documentary about Doctors Without Borders on short list for Academy Award nomination
Talking Points: 11/4
Dr. Manny gets an update on how the conflicts in the Middle East are effecting the health and medical needs of civilians in the region
As foreign rescue workers combed debris to locate victims of Japan's quake and tsunami, countries offered further aid from field hospitals to atomic physicists to ad...
Historian Douglas Brinkley on the lack of sanitation and other issues facing Haiti.
New York City drivers will wake up on Friday to the first widespread gas rationing since the fuel crisis of the 1970s, as the U.S. Northeast struggles to recover fro...
UK’s Doctors Without Borders General Director Mark Dubois on the situation in Haiti.
Deirdre Imus discusses what individuals can do to help those affected by the national disaster.
FOX News’ Orlando Salinas and Doctors Without Borders ’ Marc DuBois on helping Haiti.
More than 1,000 people have died so far in the Caribbean nation
Hugh Jackman: pinhead or patriot?
Dr. Elan Singer explains how he and a team of doctors assisted in relief efforts in the island nation