2 days ago | Politics
The staccato synths and back beat thundered through the Freedom Tower just after Marco Rubio wrapped up his big speech on Monday announcing that he's joining the race for the White House. Staffers and supporters cheered and danced as the familiar ...
4 days ago | Crime
In a bloody eight months between 2010 and 2011, City of Miami cops shot and killed seven black men — a streak so egregious that the Department of Justice swooped in. Two years ago, they released their findings: Miami cops had violated civil rights...
5 days ago | Politics
From the moment he rode a Tea Party wave to topple the then-mighty Charlie Crist in a 2010 GOP Senate primary, Marco Rubio has always been the next big thing in waiting for conservatives. A campaign credit card scandal couldn't slow him down. Neit...
8 days ago | Politics
George Zimmerman. Michael Dunn. Marissa Alexander. Curtis Reeves. To most Floridians, those names bring one thing to mind: our state's troubled "Stand Your Ground" law, which has brought more legal headaches, bad press and miscarriages of justice ...
9 days ago | Politics
For more than three decades, Cuba has joined such nefarious characters as Iran, Sudan and Syria on the U.S. State Department's list of countries that support terrorism abroad. Even as Havana has become a well-traveled international tourism hub sha...
10 days ago | Crime
The nation's eyes this morning have turned to South Carolina, where a white police officer has been charged with murder for fatally shooting an unarmed black man. The charges only came after a video emerged to contradict the officer's story that t...