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U.S. Army

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    December 23, 2010
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    September 23, 2010
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    April 1, 2010
  • Blogs

    March 30, 2010

    More Gerald Posner Plagiarism in Miami Babylon, From New Times, PBS, and Many Others

    Back on March 16, Riptide broke the news that South Beach-based author Gerald Posner's latest book, Miami Babylon, had stolen eight passages from Frank Owen's 2003 work Clubland. photo by Bill Cooke New Times and a doctoral student have found more than a dozen new instances of plagi ... More >>

  • News

    January 17, 2008

    Bay of Pigs Vets Fight for Home

    Betrayed by the U.S. government and their own country, they want to be remembered.

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    July 20, 2006

    The Ghetto Governor

    Dorrin Rolle’s dedication to his district is in question

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    April 8, 2004

    Cows to Cuba

    A South Florida rancher is using bovine diplomacy to improve relations with the island nation

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    November 20, 2003

    The Author

    Martin Marcus and Carol Durbin pursued their dreams with a tenacity so fierce they overcame all obstacles but one: Death

  • News

    June 6, 2002

    Long Journey Home

    Three decades after his parents sent him into lonely exile, Tony Gonzalez returned to Cuba to face his demons

  • News

    November 8, 2001

    Waiting for Otto

    Why would a man sullied by Iran-contra and illegal propaganda campaigns be a Bush nominee? Good question.

  • News

    March 29, 2001

    They Got Sammy

    He was a street philosopher, a crusader, a gambler, and the unofficial mayor of Hialeah's black ghetto. Now he's gone to prison, and he's not coming back.

  • Music

    February 1, 2001

    Rhinestone Crusader

    Dead Elvis at Sunrise promises morning in America

  • News

    February 1, 2001

    Cuban Missive Crisis

    For years the infamous Wasp Network collected reams of data on Miami's anti-Castro forces -- and the sundry, sometimes bizarre, attempts to infiltrate them

  • News

    January 25, 2001

    The Manager's Many Friends

    One thing about Steve Shiver's future as the county's chief executive: It'll never be lonely at the top

  • News

    October 19, 2000

    Stanley Whitman's Wonderful Life

    He was born to wealth, he built the wildly successful Bal Harbour Shops, and he always seems to get what he wants -- no matter what

  • News

    August 31, 2000

    DeFede: Deconstructing Alex

    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

  • News

    July 6, 2000

    Anatomy of a Quarantine

    State officials are spending millions of your tax dollars to stop citrus canker. And they're making a mess of it.

  • News

    February 24, 2000

    In the Rough

    A half-century before the Tiger Woods era, black Miamians fought a losing battle to hit the links

  • News

    March 4, 1999

    A Brotherly Imbroglio

    Hialeah police chief Rolando Bolanos has two sons on the force. Both are being investigated for violent behavior.

  • News

    August 6, 1998

    Behind the Badge

    Danny Felton was a decorated cop and local hero. Then drug dealer Marvin Griffin showed up.

  • News

    July 23, 1998

    Raymond Molina Is Alive and Well!

    And living in Panama, where the failed mayoral candidate and alleged vote cheater is staying

  • News

    May 29, 1997

    His Music Rules in Haiti

    Sweet Micky's provocative music moves Haitians with an infectious beat and political overtones

  • News

    January 9, 1997

    A Key Battle

    The Conch Coalition and Taras Lyssenko claimed environmentalists were out to destroy the culture and economy of the Keys. Voters listened.

  • News

    December 26, 1996

    When Cuba Sang

    Chico O'Farrill. Bebo Valds. Prez Prado. Cachao. A vibrant musical era was swallowed by the revolution, but not before the Panart record company put it on a platter.

  • News

    August 22, 1996
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    November 30, 1995

    Inside the American Police

    Hall of Fame and Museum: Morbid kitsch and money. Lots of money.

  • News

    April 20, 1994

    Winning Wasn't Everything

    Jim Dougherty exposed insurance fraud for Lloyd's of London -- until they concluded the Miami Beach lawyer had overbilled them by millions. Now the U.S. attorney is involved and things have turned very ugly, indeed.

  • News

    April 13, 1994

    He Said, She Said

    A county worker levels a charge of sexual harassment. Her employer is disciplined. Nobody is satisfied.

  • News

    June 23, 1993

    A Tale of Tent City

    Last spring, when Dade County united with a local charity to help the hurricane's homeless, the partnership sounded too good to be true. It was.

  • News

    April 21, 1993

    Hearts and Mayans

    Jack Leonard has opened his South Dade home to Guatemalan migrants. What more can he do?

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    July 31, 1991
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    September 26, 1990
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