Photo by Bill Cooke Gerald Posnerâ€‹In this week's Miami New Times, we write about new evidence that Gerald Posner plagiarized dozens of passages in his 2003 book Why American Slept and in 2005's Secrets of the Kingdom. After the jump, you can check out all the proof. But first, a little back ... More >>
America prepares to shutter the infamous prison camp, and jihad looms.
Tomorrow on newsstands, we tell the story of Omar Khadr, who is the youngest detainee at Guantanamo, the only Westerner, and a symbol of sorts. To some, he is exhibit A for all that is wrong with America's War on Terror. For others, he's an example of why the camp exists in the first place. For us, ... More >>
Just Yesterday, we were talking about a Joe Scarborough Senate run in 2010. And why not? If Charlie Crist doesn't run, former Rep. Joe "I Have a TeeVee Show" Scarborough sounds just as good or better than Connie "Hey, Remember my Dad?" Mack IV, Vern "Not Katherine Harris" Buchanan, and Marco "Check ... More >>
Muslim advocacy group counters "propaganda" film with a hotline and gets blasted by racist callers.
"If the missiles had remained, we would have used them against the very heart of America, including New York."
Remember when a copy of the DVD Obsession: Radical Islam's War Against the WestÂ -- a film decried as Christian propaganda that seems to suggest Islam leads to terrorism -- was included in a Sunday Herald? And we ripped the daily a new one for not initially explaining the controversial inclusion -- ... More >>
The case against Miami “terrorists” is mired in greed and falsehoods.
The federal indictment against the so-called Liberty City 7 was TV at its finest
The elephant in Guantanamo's living room gets 4200 calories a day and a Koran
In Ridley Scott's latest epic, it's good for one really stunning siege
Tune out the empty rhetoric from both the White House and the antiwar camp; you'll hear a new anthem
The antiwar battle continues
Both are in South Florida and both attracted terrorists, but they could not be more different
He stumbled into a group of Muslim extremists with plans to attack America. Then he stumbled into Miami. Today Shaheed Mohamed is nowhere to be found.
A terrorism survivor and expert digs into the bin Laden dilemma