Rich countries pledge to think about it.
The album of all the performances was the No. 1 iTunes sale in eighteen countries this weekend.
Ten days after the first quake devastated Haiti, a woman is found still alive by rescue teams.
In order to prevent the further spread of disease, officials are trying to break up massive, squalid refugee camps around Port-au-Prince.
Maybe never. Or at least at a different time slot.
Meanwhile, the government is preparing to issue up to 200,000 temporary protected status visas.
Meanwhile, American troops are gaining control of the situation in Port-au-Prince.
A search-and-rescue team and a group of doctors race against time.
The ex-presidents join together to help Haiti. Awkwardly.
It's actually faster to donate online.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune reader pens the perfect antidote to Pat's Hate.
"People will die tonight, in the next hour, who do not need to die."
The footage shows the devastated city from a new angle.
Still, chaos reigns.
Well, his name will be on it at least.