As the 2012 presidential election in Miami-Dade County spirals into calamity, alcalde fuerte Carlos Gimenez is doing nothing to stop another embarrassing, national indictment of our Banana Republic's voting system. Despite long lines of voters who waited two-to-six hours to cast their ballots during ... More >>
This past August 28, shortly after firefighter Miguel Rodriguez arrived for work at the Miami International Airport station, he found an unsigned note in his locker. In big, bold block type, it read, "Hey you fucking black Dominican monkey do not come back to C shift nigger lover like you do not ... More >>
State attorney investigates ethically challenged Miami commissioner.
"We make sure the girls are handling these weapons properly"
During Miami's cocaine heyday in the Eighties, weird and interesting and scary things happened all over town all the time. Our coke map of Miami is by necessity incomplete, but even selected highlights make the point: Blow knew no neighborhood boundaries.
Why would some vacant property in dirt-poor, dysfunctional Opa-Locka lead to all-out war?
Greed, thievery, corruption, and betrayal -- the sordid tale of Miriam Alonso's downfall
Young Demetrio Perez knows that when it comes to politics in Miami, what doesn't kill you only makes you stronger
Miami-Dade's Democratic Party is a shambles. Blame Joe Geller, candidate and chairman.
The attorneys who represented Elian's Miami relatives may have a political future
Riding the Tiger
Ramon Saul Sanchez is an exile leader with charisma, style, and a strong sense of drama
How a former FBI agent with a yen for computers became one of the most powerful men in Miami
Having lost their case against the drug kingpins, federal prosecutors vowed to convict jury foreman Miguel Moya of bribery. Didn't quite work out that way.
Literary savior Mitchell Kaplan's lawsuit against his uncle reveals a rift in the family business
Adrift in Miami's fierce political maelstrom, Donald Warshaw is one cool customer
Legal experts and insider politicos agree: Voter fraud will soon force Xavier Suarez from office. Then What?
Bruce Udolf spent seven years arguing public corruption cases for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Miami. A report from the front lines.
Howard Gary discusses OPERATION GREENPALM, the ambitious corruption investigation rattled by mismanagement and blown apart by astonishing leaks of secret information
Outgoing U.S. Attorney Kendall Coffey has a little farewell soiree, at which everyone remains fully clothed
A state fraud investigator says he was punished because he tangled with U.S. Attorney Kendall Coffey
The feds spent years building their case against drug kingpins Willy Falc centsn and Sal Maglutaa. Life in prison was assured. Too bad the jury didn't see it that way.
A long-time aide. A few thousand dollars' worth of dubious insurance receipts. A cauldron of allegations. U.S. Attorney Kendall Coffey has been . . . scalded
When federal prosecutors seek the death penalty in drug-related murders, the defendants are almost always black. Why should Miami's first "kingpin" case be any exception?
And now federal proescutors face a daunting challenge: Take down Raul Martinez once and for all
Step right up and be astounded by Miami's bizarre side show of Medicare and Medicaid scammers! After all, you're paying for it!
Why would state prosecutors probe a penny-ante fraud case against Susanna Timor? Maybe it has to do with who she works for.
Why is it that naming a U.S. Attorney for Miami seems to be one of the world's most complicated tasks?