Wall Street Journal - The WSJ has produced a series of three excellent, interactive maps:
- LATEST UPDATES: a thematic map of estimated damages by block and the locations of key places like the National Palace or the UN building as well as tent camps.
- BEFORE AND AFTER: a satellite image base with point locations of major structures where you can view photos of before and after shots.
- TECTONICS: A population map overlayed with a map of the Gonave microplate and the location of the earthquake with concentric zone showing quake intensity.
New York Times - Map showing magnitude of the disaster and details on the impact to different areas. Not interactive.
CNN - Basic data only (provided by Google) showing photos of only a few of the major POIs damages.
The WSJ comes out the winner in my estimation for blanket coverage.