-- Haiti's fledgling tourism industry was showing glimmers of promise beforethe earthquake struck. Story
-- The American Red Cross and UNICEF's United States Fund raised about$7.3 million in donations from 8 p.m. to midnight, while "Haiti: How You Can Help," aspecial "Larry King Live," aired on CNN.How you can help
-- Nearly 500,000 people have encamped in a tent city in the Champs de Marssquare in downtown Port-au-Prince, the largest of numerous tent cities scatteredthroughout the ruined city.
About 50 orphans who survived last week's earthquake are expected toarrive in Pennsylvania aboard a military transport plane at 9 a.m. ET. In Florida, whereevacuees have been ferried in since Saturday, more flights from Haiti are scheduled for Tuesday. Officials at Orlando Sanford International Airport expect arrivals for the nexttwo weeks.
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-- The Haitian National Police force in Port-au-Prince, normally with 4,000 people, has dropped to about 1,500 since last week's quake, according to National PoliceChief Mario Andresol. Many of those who haven't reported to work are dead or injured,he says.
-- The American Red Cross and UNICEF's United States Fund have raisednearly $5 million since 8 p.m. ET, when "Haiti: How You Can Help," a special "LarryKing Live," started, according to CNN's Larry King. The show ended at 10 p.m. ET andrepeated at midnight.
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Maxine Fallon, the 23-year-old student rescued today in the rubble of a building at Universite G.O.C. in Port-au-Prince, says she was pressed in the same position, with legs folded uncomfortably and very little wiggle room, for all six days shewas trapped, CNN's Chris Lawrence reports. Watch|Read
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The American Red Cross and UNICEF's United States Fund have raised$2.9 million since 8 p.m. ET, when "Haiti How You Can Help," a special "Larry KingLive," started, according to CNN's Larry King. The show lasts until 10 p.m. ET.
-- While visiting the injured at a U.N. clinic in Port-au-Prince, HaitianPresident Rene Preval says his country -- already the Western Hemisphere's poorest --needs not only medicine and food, but also long-term reconstruction assistance. "Themore we receive help, the more we can take care of them," he said.
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A U.S. Air Force cargo plane on Monday, bypassing the gridlock at Haiti'smain airport in Port-au-Prince, dropped 40 pallets of bottled water and ready-to-eat foodon a field just north of the airport, CNN's Larry Shaughnessy reported. "There are so