Fidel Castro has a new favorite book: Daniel Estulin's The True Story of the Bilderberg Group, which is more or less full of conspiracy theories. Tinfoil hats are recommended accessories when reading it. Castro's three page story in Wednesday edition of communist party newspaper Granma largely qu ... More >>
Damon Weaver, the ten year old journalism superstar, snagged VIP tickets to the inauguration yesterday, but was held up in the security line and missed the main event, reports CBS4. Is the Obama administration trying to censor the most trusted name in news? Quite possibly. Why won't Obama sit down w ... More >>
Barack Obama and his wife Michelle will be holding a rally tomorrow in Bicentennial Park. [Obama] Former Sec. of State Colin Powell endorsed Obama over the weekend. [Politico] The Miami Herald did too. [Herald] Ravens beat Fins. Boo. [ESPN] Canes beat Duke! Yay! [ESPN] Troy beat FIU. Boo. [ESPN] Ser ... More >>
The director assigns motive to Dubya's MO, but at this point, who cares?
In Lions for Lambs, Robert Redford probes the façade of a nation.
Shock jocks, Lincoln Road obstructions, patriots gay and straight
A Miami Film Fest documentary about Chile's Salvador Allende carries a contemporary message
A small cadre of exile fanatics now controls the Bush administration's Cuba policy, and Fidel Castro couldn't be happier
With its severe new Cuba regulations, the Bush administration alienated some Miami exiles, but not the ones who matter
Presidential advisor Karen Hughes draws a crowd at Books & Books, a very, very divided crowd
Environmental advocates claim they just want loggers to play by the rules. But Brazilian mahogany barons, local lumber lords, the U.S. Department of Justice, and the Port of Miami all want these tree-huggers stopped
From Haiti to Miami, Sosyete Koukouy champions Kreyol culture
As the insurgents who have seized power in northern Haiti vow to storm the capital, Haitian Americans in Miami voice passionate, disparate opinions
I was arrested by bad cops on bogus charges and spent a bizarre night behind bars
That's El Nuevo Herald. All the news that's fit to print, as long as it's short, simple, and easy to read.
Was Panamanian strongman Manuel Noriega really a drug trafficker? Or is it possible he was set up by the U.S. government? Try asking a few dozen people who should know.
Not so long ago the infamous Latin Kings ruled Miami's gangland streets. Now their missionaries are bringing a new message.
Bill Clinton wants the military to stop discriminating against gays. Florida's top academic officers apparently couldn't care less.