On the morning of September 11, 2001, the National League East was still up for grabs. Having taken three of four games against the Marlins, the third-place New York Mets squad was within five games of its division rival, the Atlanta Braves, and set to start a series against the awful Pittsburg Pira ... More >>
Hugo Chavez has struggled through cancer over the past year, losing his hair, gaining weight and traveling repeatedly to Cuba for surgeries. Chavez has never said precisely what stage of the disease he has, but on Wednesday the Venezuelan president suggested that he knew the source: A secret U.S. ... More >>
After their success in the midterm elections, many Republicans probably think their party is in pretty good shape and doesn't need to be saved. But one local GOP group is thinking long term. It argues that the party needs to moderate itself on social issues and attract gay voters in order to rema ... More >>
Efraim Diveroli, the young Miami Beach gun runner who stirred national outrage two years ago with a fraudulent a $300 million Pentagon ammunition deal, listened with downcast eyes yesterday as a federal judge read aloud his sentence: four years in prison, a $250,000 fine and $149,000 in restituti ... More >>
Even nine years after his horrific murder, DJ Uncle Al's name still rings heavy in the streets of Liberty City. In what was said to be a case of mistaken identity, Al's death on September 10, 2001 was overshadowed by the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Four years after th ... More >>
Fidel Castro may indeed be 83 percent dead, based on our crack team of unpaid but enthusiastic scientists' latest calculations, but that 17 percent still kickin' can spin a better conspiracy theory than Rush Limbaugh.(On second thought, isn't Castro basically Cuba's Rush at this point? He spends his ... More >>
The investigation into a cop killing in the '70s leads to a law professor who helped launch Barack Obama's political career.
Tomorrow on newsstands, we tell the story of Omar Khadr, who is the youngest detainee at Guantanamo, the only Westerner, and a symbol of sorts. To some, he is exhibit A for all that is wrong with America's War on Terror. For others, he's an example of why the camp exists in the first place. For us, ... More >>
Indicted Miami Beach weapons dealer Efraim Diveroli is still making millions of dollars from the U.S. government.
"Senator Obama's ancestors were never slaves in America; therefore he wouldn't have been in anybody's 'house'!"
As containers and costs mount, tap water is the rule in eateries.
A former artist turned ad man comes back, guns a-blazin'.
"Cathartic" makes tragedy trite at Abba Fine Art
In Ridley Scott's latest epic, it's good for one really stunning siege
That red-haired guy and CSI: Miami put us back on the media map
Thanks to one show, an unprecedented amount of foreign news is airing in Cuba -- but it ain't Nightline yet
Collins Avenue's greatest hits
That's been the long, hard decision for TV academy chairman Bryce Zabel
Miami mayoral candidate Manny Diaz may look like an outsider, but his political history places him squarely on the inside
The Army and Hollywood join hands to wage virtual, bloodless battles
Jack Shaheen crusades against cinema's depiction of Reel Bad Arabs
As one of TV's best and best-loved series launches a new spin-off, its creator grapples with the aftershocks of terror
Documenting devastation near and far-of the body, the mind, and the soul
If you want to know where many of Miami's social and political elite got their start, check the playgrounds at Belén
Okay, so they really were spying for Cuba, but not in a bad way
Forget the bunny. Robin Parker has a battery that might save the world.
A half-century before the Tiger Woods era, black Miamians fought a losing battle to hit the links
Attorney John Mattes led a crusade on behalf of lost commandos. Now he wants his millions.
Everyone seems to love the Florida commander of the Army Corps of Engineers. So why do his superiors want him to leave?
Creating an artificial reef is no longer a slam-dunk affair, despite an abundance of missile sites, water towers, and wanna-be philanthropists
A Hialeah graphic artist gets carried away with a, shall we say, fundamental concept
A navy press officer says the Miami Herald unfairly finagled its way inot Gloria Estefan's Guantanamo entourage
It alters perceptions and skews the ability to tell right from wrong. Ultimately, it results in a dysfunctional society. But it's not a drug. It's the War on Drugs.