Twelve years ago, just month after the towers fell in New York, New Times reporter Bob Norman showed you that the 9/11 bombers had been allowed to enter the country illegally through Miami. The series that he wrote, "Admitting Terror," won a Livingston Award for Young Journalists because it showed ... More >>
Suspicious.Miami has long been the unofficial fake boob capital of the country, probably the world (nice try, Caracas).Now, however, the Transportation Security Administration says that terrorists may be plotting suicide bombings using surgical implants.Suddenly our artificially enhanced paradise ... More >>
Photo by Bill Cooke Gerald PosnerIn 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 >>
Why will the right-wing crusader likely lose his license? Swastikas are just the start.
Minerva Vasquez speaks for the first time about the terrorism charges against husband Narseal Batiste
Hollywood's Manny Ebaid struggles to rebound after the War on Terror made him collateral damage
Did a career criminal foil a potentially catastrophic attack on Miami? Or was I just duped?
A Miramar family gets the full suspect treatment
Is our airport the most user-unfriendly in America? No, just one of four really unhappy landing sites.
Hamas is as close as Ecuador. And they're arguing about American targets.
Four more cases of egregious ineptitude at the Immigration and Naturalization Service
The INS has its own peculiar way of meting out justice: Promote the supervisor who intentionally misled Congress and harass the inspector who warned of terrorists
The INS Owes Us an Explanation: But don't expect anything other than self-serving spin
The immigration service's own describe how America failed to protect its borders from the September 11 terrorists
In the chaotic days following the attacks, a reporter came to expect the unexpected
Documenting devastation near and far-of the body, the mind, and the soul