The Republican brothers are headed for defeat, and Cuban-American politics will change forever.
Preach. Convert. Repeat.
The cover story is conservation, but the Bush boys have their hands in the taxpayers' pockets again
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
A sordid tale about breaking rule number one: Don't shit where you drink
The Boy Scouts earn a merit badge for intolerance
He billed himself as a reformer, but a close look at Alex Penelas's record reveals a politician more in tune with ambition than innovation
Firpo Garcia has one big advantage in his school board campaign. His name is Sol Stinson.
Down in the Liberty City projects, a growing number of women's voices are just saying no to workfare as we know it
Hubert Albury is a fixture in South Miami-Dade's political scene. He also cooks a mean pigeon peas and rice.
Dogged by grabby ex-wives and financial scandals, a Texas prophet-for-profit brings his TV act to Miami Beach
Tracking South Florida's endangered crocodiles is a business best left to experts and maniacs
The Conch Coalition and Taras Lyssenko claimed environmentalists were out to destroy the culture and economy of the Keys. Voters listened.
After two years of litigation, a libel lawsuit against New Times is tossed out
As Miami Beach officials attempt to appoint a permanent top cop, anonymous critics try to stir up the selection process
How does a primate end up at the center of a courtroom battle? When animal dealer Matthew Block is involved, it's not so difficult
In the child abuse trenches with a Dade County HRS protective investigator
Undeterred by Miami's history of hops flops, local microbreweries unleash a new round of beer pressure
When you grow up in the migrant labor camps of South Dade, sometimes it's gang life -- and sometimes it's no life
Everyone expected Charles Howze's Z Mart to be a model for minority-run businesses in Dade. In a sad way it was: It went bankrupt.
There's good money to be made in the game of insurance fraud. Maybe that's why some greedy people are so willing to hustle for clients, fake injuries, stage car accidents, and tell lies.
It wasn't quite the resolution he or his sister had hoped for, but John Popejoy's child-molestation case is finally closed
Of approximately 55,000 people arrested and charged with felonies in Dade County every year, more than 20,000 are released under the aegis of Pretrial Services while awaiting trial