Anything related to the Republican primary for Governor has long since stopped making sense. Bill McCollum supporters are now set to hold a protest out side of a social networking website Rick Scott once invested in. The site, QuePasa.com, has a business relation with Playboy Mexico, which the Mc ... More >>
Michael J. Muzio, one of four co-conspirators in a Ponzi scheme that targeted South Florida Haitian-Americans, has been sentenced to 163 months in federal prison. In April, New Times told you about the $14.3 million dollar scheme, which offered to double investors' cash in 90 days. Two of Muzio's ... More >>
Richard L. Scott, a businessman who lives in Naples, has thrown his hat into the ring for the Republican's gubernatorial nomination against Attorney General Bill McCollum and state Sen. Paula Dockery. Don't know anything about him? Here's some fun facts:He hates President Obama's health care refo ... More >>
When one thinks NASCAR, one doesn't necessarily think "class," but you'd expect a little bit of tact from one of the sports bigwigs. Bruton Smith is an octogenarian billionaire who made his money in promoting race, and he's sick of seeing the final race of the NASCAR season run in Homestead, or "Hom ... More >>
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Teachers union to school district: We demand higher health insurance costs. School district: Okay, boss. HMO to lobbyist: Thanks a million.
A little boy arrived from Saint Lucia to have a dangerous tumor removed. The tumor is gone, but so is his home and his ability to move.
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Some people sign up to test experimental drugs for the good of mankind. Others do it for the money. Meet Miami's professional pincushions.
When Hugh Westbrook pioneered hospice care, his organization saw to the needs of the dying. Fifteen years later nothing has changed -- except the politics and the profit margins.