In an article following up the airlift of 1150 children to the United States after the earthquake in Haiti last winter, Ginger Thompson reports in the New York Times that their adoptions “were expedited regardless of whether children were in peril, and without the screening required to make sure they had not been improperly separated from their relatives or placed in homes that could not adequately care for them.”  The story, After Haiti Quake, the Chaos of U.S. Adoptions, describes both the larger controversy surrounding these adoptions and some of the problems that have followed.