Ever wonder why over the past decade Florida's elected officials seem to have become increasingly partisan? It might just be a general change in mood of politics across the nation. It might be gerrymandering that renders so many state legislative districts uncompetitive. Or it might be par ... More >>
Former AG Bob Butterworth has a double standard for felons
"If an egotistical narcissist wishes to make 10,000 people uncomfortable, she shouldn't charge $200 per ticket"
Steve Clark teaches criminal law in Miami. He's an expert.
Junkie, jailbird, cat burglar, widow, bride, entrepreneur Laurie Lichtman keeps on truckin'.
The process for restoring the civil rights of felons in Florida works perfectly -- if not restoring their rights is the goal
When clueless tourist meets shameless skipper, it's a good bet there'll be blood on the docks
Miami mayoral candidate Manny Diaz may look like an outsider, but his political history places him squarely on the inside
Someone please tell Bill Nelson that not everyone in the Democratic Party looks like him
Guess who's coming to vote? Guess again.
On the eve of its permanent disfigurement, the Miami Circle unleashed its mysterious powers of survival
Bridget Garcia swears she was raped. The Aventura police chief says her story stinks. If anything stinks, it's the Aventura Police Department's own investigation.
South Florida is at the heart of the Internet gambling boom -- and of the war to stop it
If it gets you high, chances are that James Hall knows more about it than anyone anywhere
Prohibition-era legislation forbidding mail-order booze shipments has local wine lovers whining
As competition intensifies and regulation looms, viatical industry pioneer Steve Simon reconsiders the future