Will people believe anything regarding money when the economy's tanked? We're starting to think so. In July 2008, Debra Saafield gave Zena the Clairvoyant $27,000 as a trust exercise. The Naples woman was told that her attachment to material objects was a holdover from her past as an Egyptian prince ... More >>
Tim Chapman, a veteran news photographer who retired last year from the Miami Herald, had been hunting his whole life, and obeyed one rule above all: Always assume your gun is loaded and ready to fire. In October 2009, it probably saved his life. That's when Chapman's Remington Model 700 rifle fired ... More >>
‚ÄčHere's a cautionary tale for all the amateur erotic self-portraitists out there (and let's be honest, that's just about anyone under 30 nowadays). A Bonita Springs woman arrived at her office one day and found topless photos of herself in the office fax machine. Thing is, she swears she neve ... More >>
‚ÄčThe life of a female body building champion is full of extremes. When they're on stage with their muscles bulging, posing suit sparkling, and audience captivated, they must feel they're invincible. That they can crush any of life's problems with their rippling muscles as easily as they could sure ... More >>
A downtown Miami firm allegedly helped build an $8 billion Ponzi scheme. It could have been stopped.
Palestinian protester Riadh Atmani wants to clear his name.
As the world collectively crosses its fingers that a second cease fire talk will work in Gaza -- and raging South Florida protests fade into tepid peace rallies -- a temporary truce in the middle east doesn't seem so far away. But in Miami another battle is boiling. This past week, the Florida branc ... More >>
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An 18 year-old from Coral Springs was busted for wielding brass knuckles and a pocket knife, a petite middle-aged woman shouted "baby killers!," and a mob of protesters chucked rocks at a cop car. The Israeli-Palestinian protest Sunday on Biscayne Boulevard was a loud, colorful microcosm of hate - w ... More >>
A lost art or a horrible slaughter? It's all in the eye of the hunter.
The last day of Menes Danielís life ...