ABC, one of Spain's largest newspapers, ran a story earlier today claiming that Fidel Castro had suffered a massive brain aneurysm and is slowly dying. Their source: a doctor who lives in Naples, Florida. The Cuban Government apparently decided to combat the rumors by releasing a letter today c ... More >>
It's nearing the end of summer, which means it's nearing that time when we finally stop hearing our office worker friends in New York bragging about how they get to stop slaving away at noon because their offices pretty much close up shop during Fridays in the summer. We'd like to see this prac ... More >>
Give Hialeah a break. Fisher Island is actually Miami-Dade's most insufferable neighborhood. Sure, Forbes crowned it as America's #1 Millionaire Capitol, but that doesn't mean it's not an insular and dysfunctional hellhole that turns its nose up even at guests who pay to stay there. New Yorks Times ... More >>
Will Florida gets its first female Governor? Will the country's first female Speaker of the House be forced to turn in her gavel? Will Kendrick Meek somehow shock the world by winning? Did anyone bother to get to know enough about the CFO race to bother voting? Join us tonight as we live blog the ... More >>
Some parents are never prosecuted. Antonio Balta got 20 years.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is coming to bat for his homeboy, former Miami Mayor Manny Diaz, this Friday. The pair will lay out their reasons for supporting amendments 5 and 6 on the November ballot at an 11 a.m. press conference at the Intercontinental Hotel in downtown Miami.The pitch ... More >>
CNN and Time magazine just released the latest poll in both Florida's Gubernatorial and Senate races. While the poll conducted by Opinion Research shows Democratic Alex Sink with a surprising and comfortable seven point lead over Republican Governor candidate Rick Scott, the poll still ... More >>
We ask questions and a historic land battle is won
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