Of the thousands of protesters in JC Bermudez Park on Saturday, only one was dressed all in black. J.J. Rendón stood out solemnly in the sea of white. Latin America's most infamous political consultant wouldn't have had it any other way. For the 15 years since Hugo Chávez was elected, Rendón has ... More >>
The art world was shocked yesterday to learn someone had deliberately destroyed an Ai Weiwei piece at the Perez Art Museum Miami. Shock turned to incredulity when they learned the vandal wasn't a political protester, but rather veteran Miami painter Maximo Caminero, who shattered a Weiwei vase to dr ... More >>
The women came in high heels and skin-tight dresses. The men wore expensive suits with glittering cufflinks. And the lamb chops were encrusted with pistachio. It was, in other words, a sumptuous show befitting the La Liga -- or "the greatest soccer league in the universe," as a video confidently ann ... More >>
Betrayed by the U.S. government and their own country, they want to be remembered.
Refugees fled slavery, slaughter, and starvation, and got rejected.
Humberto Aguilar was a fugitive, then spent years in jail. But now he has a real story to tell.
They look, smell and smoke like Cubans. So why not sell 'em that way?
A scuffle minutes from the nation's sandy playground highlights its slimy underbelly
They're waging a war on organized religion, they bring in millions of dollars, and defectors say they're a cult
Three years into the Magic City's battle against illegal minutiae, residents want to know: quality of life? Whose?
A quick look at our amigos from Toronto to Tierra del Fuego
Last week's big soccer match at the Orange Bowl was about more than sports
If she could go back ten years, this Colombian nanny would still come to Miami, but with her boy
Equal parts myth and magnate, Mike Burke prepares to forsake his castle, stow a lifetime of memories, and get to sea once more
What was once a quaint Cuban festival is now part pan-Latino flag rally; part Hispanic marketer's dream
Years after the Haitian diaspora, Papa and Baby Doc's children are still wandering
What happens when you muster the courage to complain that you've been sexually assaulted at an INS facility? Not much.
José Basulto, president of Brothers to the Rescue, is a CIA-trained warrior who insists he supports nonviolent resistance. Complicated? Sí, señor.
For years the infamous Wasp Network collected reams of data on Miami's anti-Castro forces -- and the sundry, sometimes bizarre, attempts to infiltrate them
He was raised to be a soldier by the contras in Nicaragua. When he came to South Florida, he found his calling as a gang warlord.
Miami commissioners use a well-worn strategy to avoid public notice of their sweetheart deals
Miami's Sun Gym gang developed a taste for blood and money. The police could have stopped them before they killed somebody. But they didn't.
Miami's "Buenos Dias, America" crew
The queen conch, long a culinary favorite and a symbol of life in the Keys, is disappearing from local waters
Bruce Udolf spent seven years arguing public corruption cases for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Miami. A report from the front lines.
Local, state, and federal authorities have been trying for years to dislodge the Rex Bear from the Miami River, but it simply won't budge
To win the most important election in Dade County history, the top mayoral candidates have hacked the voting public to pieces
Jorge Mas Canosa says a Miami woman tried to smear his reputation and extort millions from him. She says he is the father of her child. Both have sworn they are telling the truth.
A dedicated group of Latin Americans breaks the sound barrier with rock en espanol
You're a very important person. Someone with influence. A big-shot bureaucrat. A friggin' Dade County Commissioner! And when you travel, you expect those airlines to understand that you want to go first class all the way.
He was an aviation classic: independent, stubborn, savvy. And he was convinced powerful forces were out to ruin him. Did that include government informants and federal agents? Gus Conner will never know.
Pimps, whores, druggies, maybe even a commissioner. It's not the house he owns, it's the people he knows.