6 hours ago | Longform
Early in the morning of August 4, 2013, Steven Sotloff walked across the border from southern Turkey into Syria. He passed through three security checkpoints, then a no man's land between the two countries, on a road surrounded by olive groves, ye...
4 days ago | Traffic
Good morning, Miami — hope you're not planning on driving anywhere today! Let's review just a few of the interesting things that are happening in your city today: The Miami Open, one of the world's most popular tennis tournaments, continues with e...
5 days ago | News
Edgar Ruiz says he just wants his art back. A studio representative says they're considering legal action for harassment. Three works of art, valued by Ruiz at a total of around $1800, are nowhere to be found. "I just don't understand what t...
6 days ago | News
Cesar Vasquez is a 28-year-old, soft-spoken AT&T customer service rep with a flowing imam-style beard and dark features. On a recent still, scorching day around 3 p.m., he leads me to a shady spot near the corner of a large apartment building ...
8 days ago | Politics
Of the City of Miami's five commission districts, it's District 2 that wields the most power: The district stretches along the city's eastern edge from Coconut Grove north past Edgewater, encompassing Brickell's moneyed condos and much of downtown...
13 days ago | News
Ivan Gomez spent years in the U.S. Army, including a tour overseas during the Yugoslavia conflict in the early ’90s. Today he suffers from type 2 diabetes and other physical and mental ailments. To help him cope, he says, he keeps service animals....