Tim Elfrink is an award-winning investigative reporter, the managing editor of the Miami New Times and the co-author of "Blood Sport: Alex Rodriguez and the Quest to End Baseball's Steroid Era." Since 2008, he's written in-depth pieces on police corruption, fatal shootings and social justice issues across South Florida. He's won the George Polk Award and has been a finalist for the Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting.
11 hours ago | Environmental
Because good climate-change news is about as common in Florida as a calm and pleasant rush-hour drive on I-95, let's start there first: The vast majority of the Sunshine State now believes global warming is a real phenomenon supported by scientifi...
1 day ago | Marijuana
In November, more than seven in ten Floridians at the polls checked yes on Amendment 2, which legalized medical marijuana in the Sunshine State. Considering that Floridians would probably split 50-50 if asked whether they'd like a free delicious c...
7 days ago | Crime
Roger Stone says his life is in grave danger. The maverick onetime adviser to Donald Trump and proud practitioner of political rat-fucking claimed in January that someone had tried to poison him with polonium — coincidentally or not, generating in...
8 days ago | Politics
Marco Rubio has been as silent as a Trappist monk lately. He's refused to hold town-hall meetings, declined to criticize Donald Trump's Muslim ban, and wouldn't even join the Republicans calling for Jeff Sessions' recusal from a Russia probe over ...
13 days ago | Crime
Imagine every conceivable moment when your pants might spontaneously burst into flames. Got them all? OK, now which one would be the single most absurd? Here's a good one: You're standing in front of a jury, arguing that your client didn't purpose...
13 days ago | Politics
Life as a member of Rick Scott's cabinet isn't too rough. The jobs are a reliable slingshot to bigger and better gigs, whether its a gubernatorial campaign, which Ag Secretary Adam Putnam looks like set to launch, a Trump appointment in D.C., as A...