Manuel Madrid is a staff writer for Miami New Times. The child of Venezuelan immigrants, he grew up in Pompano Beach. He studied finance at Virginia Commonwealth University and worked as a writing fellow for the magazine The American Prospect in Washington, D.C., before moving back to South Florida.
3 days ago | News
ICE tiene planes de llevar a cabo redadas en hogares de inmigrantes indocumentados en varias ciudades — incluyendo a Miami — este fin de semana.
4 days ago | News
A new report challenges the Trump administration's narrative that migrant families aren't showing up to court.
5 days ago | Politics
The Trump era has been a gold rush for those in the business of locking up immigrants, none more so than the Boca Raton-based GEO Group. Boasting almost $500 million in contracts with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the private-prison firm ha...
6 days ago | Politics
June 26 and 27, a whopping 20 Democratic candidates for president will take the stage at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts just north of downtown Miami in the first debates of the 2020 election cycle. They will bicker, slam Donald ...
10 days ago | International News
Despite its many zeros, Venezuela's new 50,000-bolívar won't go far.
11 days ago | International News
On May 30, a Palm Beach home forfeited by convicted money launderer and former national treasurer of Venezuela Alejandro Andrade was quietly auctioned off by Customs and Border Protection (CBP). The home was purchased by Matthew Womble, cofounder ...