Wheat gluten has been dogged on so much over the past few years, you would think it was a serial killer rather than a cereal protein. But jokes aside, there's a reason that the weirdly named food component has become such a nutritional pariah. Incidence of celiac disease, an illness that causes an a ... More >>
Wall Street and Washington conspire to destabilize the U.S. economy, one barrel of oil at a time.
Miami-native and SNL alum turned Tea Party sideshow attraction (and Riptide semi-obsession) Victoria Jackson decided to hit up the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York City. Armed with a cheap digital camera, she decided to talk to the protesters about our Marxist president and capitalist Jesu ... More >>
This certainly isn't anything to brag about, but a new study from the University of Maryland shows that between 1970 and 2007, Miami was the target of more terrorists attacks than any other city in America, with the big exception of New York. In fact, New York has been the victim of ter ... More >>
In legendary outlaw haven North Bay Village, a prominent physician's reputation is on the line.
A newly illegal drug takes us on a short, bumpy trip.
Exactly what do chickens and cows eat before we eat them?
Pick a pair Gabriele Marewski’s Paradise Farms, a five-acre organic lot in Homestead, is rarely more paradisiacal than right about now, as summers’ bounty of nectar-laden fruit is coming into bloom. Marewski, who has a BS degree in agronomy from the University of Maryland, drives her farmed goo ... More >>
Glory Road relives the season college hoops smashed the color barrier
Donna Weaver hoped to get help from the FBI in finding her husband. Instead she got crooked agents working with violent drug dealers
K. Gordon Murray may have invented the weekend kiddie matinee, but don't forget his scowling bikers, howling werewolves, lumbering mummies, brain-sucking monsters, and scheming decapitated heads
Without the help of a South Florida conservationist, the island of Dominica may bid farewell to its national bird
In Miami there's one sure way to build a championship high school sports team: Throw out the rule book and cheat like hell
Bernardo Benes helped free hundreds of Cuban political prisoners twenty years ago. Hardliners in Miami hate him for it.
The Miami Herald is making national news . . . for all the wrong reasons