A Monitor reporter at the Haiti-Dominican border hears from the Red Cross about priorities and a situation that "exceeded our imagination."
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Instead of cheering on election night, they quietly prayed to move beyond race.
A fifth of workers over age 45 have quit adding to their 401(k)s.
If Monday's stock market crash seemed like a signal for Congress to do something, many Americans still cringe at the idea of government bailouts.
Clinton, the first woman to credibly vie for a major-party presidential nomination, made the motion that gave the nod to the first black nominee.