Clinton: Haiti recovery slow

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Former U.S. President Bill Clinton expressed frustration Saturday over the slow pace of Haiti's earthquake recovery, but said the country will escape its difficulties if it can become self-sufficient.

Ahead of the six-month anniversary of the Jan. 12 quake, Clinton told the Associated Press that international donors have given only 10 percent of the aid they promised. He also noted the "enormous difficulty" plaguing rubble removal and construction of housing.

Teen fugitive eludes police in Bahamas

GOVERNOR'S HARBOUR, Bahamas — The trail of a teenage U.S. fugitive suspected of stealing cars, boats and airplanes in his flight from the law grew cold Saturday as police acknowledged that it's been days since they've had any credible sightings of the elusive "Barefoot Bandit."

Authorities searching for Colton Harris-Moore recovered a stolen powerboat on Eleuthera island, 40 miles from Great Abaco Island, where he crash-landed a plane last Sunday.