Voice Media Group, which owns the Miami New Times, settled it's less than two-week old trademark infringement lawsuit with Yelp over Yelp's use of "Best Of" lists. No money changed hands. Yelp agreed to stop using the trademarked name and return will revert to "Best of Yelp [City Name]." In return ... More >>
Last Thursday, Supreme Court Justice John Roberts tore off his black robe to reveal a dashiki and bongos. At least, that's how conservatives are portraying the George W. Bush-appointed judge's tie-breaking decision to rule President Barack Obama's health-care mandate constitutional. The upshot: You ... More >>
A little over a week removed from the Miami Heat's NBA Finals victory against OKC (and just four days after taking to the streets of Downtown to watch D-Wade drive by on a double-decker bus), the celebration continues. Only this time, it's not a sports team we're praising; it's the Supreme Court. ... More >>
In a 5-4 vote, the Supreme Court has upheld President Obama's health care mandate, with Chief Justice John Roberts casting the surprising, deciding vote that the sweeping reform is constitutional. The ruling is a blow to Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, who spearheaded the first national court ch ... More >>
A hostile Supreme Court and a feckless Obama administration have gone too far.
Our very own Gus Garcia-Roberts is in Washington, D.C., and once he escapes the tens of thousands of Obamaniacs in the Mall, he'll be filing something from the very epicenter of the most historic thing ever to happen. Meanwhile, here's the take from inside a conference room at the Picasso Building. ... More >>