He live-tweeted it.
It's a "perfect match" for a strain from Nepal.
Saudi Arabia was No. 1. Silvio Berlusconi wasn't bad, either. No. 10 will surprise you.
It's unclear whether the former Haitian dictator has actually been arrested.
Just what Haiti needs right now.
Paul Waggoner saves children. He does not kidnap them.
"Wyclef Jean can sit with any political party and have a conversation.”
Does Bush have a problem shaking the hands of black people?
Not to mention a little deposit for the curiously named Posse Foundation.
The child-kidnapping case has dragged on for nineteen days since a January 29 arrest.
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.