Gustavo Villoldo hunted the revolutionary leader. His new weapon: a $1 billion judgment against Fidel.
Robert Platshorn was the first big bust of the War on Drugs. Almost 30 years later, he's free and talking.
A local millionaire learns a valuable lesson: Don't sleep with your daughter and then sue her
It all began when I got that job at the Mutiny Hotel
Donna Weaver hoped to get help from the FBI in finding her husband. Instead she got crooked agents working with violent drug dealers
Response to "Tales of Teele," published July 28, 2005
The Reform Party's presidential candidate makes some people crazy
Howard Dean is aiming for the White House, but first it's Miami Beach
Hamas is as close as Ecuador. And they're arguing about American targets.
Why would a man sullied by Iran-contra and illegal propaganda campaigns be a Bush nominee? Good question.
She says he ordered her to sue a local resident, and then fired her. He says that's a lie. Being Key Biscayne police chief isn't the hassle-free job Michael Flaherty thought it would be.
The world according to public school board member Demetrio Perez includes exile philosophy, Elian propaganda, and old-Havana-school politics.
Unrepentant leftist, friend to Castro, and loyal Cuban, Max Lesnik continues to defy the ideological mandates of el exilio
During the Forties and Fifties, Mel Richard fought organized crime's incursion into Miami Beach. He's still crusading.
Accused of bribery and public corruption, this power pair finds that love and justice prevail
Every year hundreds of Miami's titularly challenged discover that a new name can mean a new you
Homestead Air Force Base: Hundreds of millions of dollars. An arrogant developer. Nine compliant politicians. A vote taken so late at night you never knew what hit you.
Political gangster or humble servant, Miriam Alonso wins either way