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Miami Now One of the Worst Places in the U.S. for Asylum Seekers

11 days ago by Manuel Madrid
Trump and his appointees have gleefully dismantled the U.S. asylum system.
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"Polite" Bank Robber Was Unfairly Punished, Florida Appeals Court Says

1 month ago by Alexi C. Cardona
When it comes to robbing banks, it pays to be nice.
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Despite Messages of Solidarity, the U.S. Still Deports Venezuelans

4 months ago by Manuel Madrid
When he was ordered deported from the United States, Diego Alejandro Rojas didn't think of himself. His mind didn't turn to the chaos that awaited him in Venezuela. He didn't linger on the death threats from the local paramilitary thugs who forced him to flee in the first place.
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Parkland Students Tell Supreme Court Gun Violence Is a Youth Epidemic

2 months ago by Jess Nelson
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the first Second Amendment case in almost a decade.
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The Eight Best Food and Drink Events in Miami This Weekend

6 hours ago by Clarissa Buch
James Beard-nominated chef Lindsay Autry debuts a limited-edition burger at Shake Shack, while Ariete in Coconut Grove celebrates its fourth anniversary with a day-long celebration. Plus, Villa Azur transforms into a speakeasy, and the annual NoMi Mac & Cheese Fest returns to Griffing Park.
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Neo-Nazi Trump Fan Pleads Guilty to Threatening to Murder Miami Hispanics

2 days ago by Jerry Iannelli
Online, Lin praised Adolf Hitler and said he wanted all non-white people to be wiped off the planet.
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Florida Among Small Minority of States That Haven't Agreed to Accept Refugees

4 days ago by Manuel Madrid
Refugee resettlement in Florida hangs by a thread as Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis remains silent days before a crucial deadline.
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Rundle Challenger Wants to End Cash Bail and Hold Cops Accountable

4 days ago by Jerry Iannelli
Pearson has stated repeatedly she wants to scale back many of the harsh prosecutorial tactics left over from the drug-war era.
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Miami Sports Story Lines to Follow in the 2020s

8 days ago by Luis Gomez
With all of the reflecting and reminiscing for the 2010s over and done with, now's as good an opportunity as any to look ahead to the next 10 years, specifically, the upcoming decade in Miami sports. While it's impossible to predict whether or not the Miami Heat's Bam Adebayo will...
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Who Is Janis Saxon, Miami Beach's Most Controversial Facebook Poster?

9 days ago by Jessica Lipscomb
Since late 2015, Saxon has been a recurring presence on social media.

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