Marco Rubio -- the Tea Party's wunderkind, GOP's great not-too-white hope, and water's most awkward chugger -- had his moment in the national spotlight last night, delivering a rebuttal to President Obama's State of the Union speech in both English and Spanish. The reviews are in, ranging from the D ... More >>
The mayoral candidate's bilingual campaign has a message that doesn't translate
It's nice to have wealthy and influential friends, especially when you need loads of campaign cash
How did José Cancela manage to spend so much money and get so little in return?
There are good reasons to vote August 31, but the county mayor's race isn't one of them. Here are five reasons why.
Life lessons from Mutiny nights
The county mayor's race is nonpartisan -- on the surface
The county mayor’s race is bumper-to-bumper with hopefuls, but a former traffic reporter thinks he has a shot.
Driven by shameless vanity and enabled by an obliging press, Maurice Ferré, unfortunately, is at it again
In this political season, Miami's high-profile campaign contributors favor Republicans and Democrats
The restaurateur and candidate for county mayor has had major money problems
Goings-on in the Grove and the passing of Sheldon's
The debut of The Bitch
Civic demons, bad dentistry, and hip-hop culture crash
For Miami's social elite, high-end galas are high-calorie affairs
Good question, but a bad situation for a mayoral candidate
Norman Braman joins the Diaz de la Portilla mayoral campaign -- despite that unpleasant gay-rights thing
Had enough of Rush? Stay tuned for Al Franken & Co.
Miami's Downtown commissioner is still fighting, and still hopeful of big change
A list to nominate members for Miami's new Civilian Investigative Panel comes together in typical Magic City fashion
Miami shakes off its skanky image and prepares for the big time: Billboard capital of the universe!
How a citizens advisory board created to investigate illegal billboards became an industry support group
Johnny Winton used anti-incumbent backlash, new district boundaries, and plenty of cash to knock off J.L. Plummer
One person won the job of county chief executive. But in the end, everybody lost.
Weeks before the controversial tale of a Cuban double agent set Miami abuzz, the Miami Herald and Channel 51 engaged in a little intrigue of their own