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As the Economy Sinks Ever Lower, Miami's Nightlife Industry Has Been Left to Fend for Itself

3 months ago by Kat Bein
There's still no clear path forward for Miami's venues and nightlife staff.
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Despite Messages of Solidarity, the U.S. Still Deports Venezuelans

1 year 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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After Mass Layoffs, Miami's Airport Workers Are Fighting to Survive

6 months ago by Alexi C. Cardona
"I'd rather earn my money honorably and work hard than beg the state for money. It's humiliating."
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Video: Border Patrol Agents Detain Emergency Room Patient at Aventura Hospital

1 year ago by Jessica Lipscomb
During a traffic stop yesterday, agents from U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) detained an undocumented woman who was on her way home from a family outing at Haulover Beach. Almost immediately, the woman began to have a panic attack. The officers took her to Aventura Hospital & Medical Center, where she was treated by emergency-room doctors.
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Russians Recruited Man to Spy on a Government Agent in Miami, Feds Say

8 months ago by Jerry Iannelli
The feds say Fuentes flew to Miami this past February 13, rented a car, and began stalking his prey.
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Airline Workers at MIA Feel Unprepared to Handle Coronavirus UPDATED

8 months ago by Alexi C. Cardona
Some Eulen workers at MIA fear they are woefully unprepared to keep themselves safe and do their jobs effectively amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Gay Mexican Immigrant in Miami Sues Border Protection Agents for Misconduct

2 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
Before deporting anyone, U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents are supposed to ask refugees, asylum seekers, and anyone else they meet at the nation's borders whether they're fleeing persecution in another country. José Crespo-Cagant says that after he came out as gay while living in Mexico in 2002, he was fired...
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U.S. Customs Nabs $7.3 Million in Cocaine at Miami Seaport

8 years ago by Jon Tayler
What can $7.3 million buy you nowadays? How about 459 pounds of cocaine?That was the amount seized by U.S. Customs and Border Protection on May 29 at the Miami Seaport. CBP officers discovered 169 bricks of coke in eight cardboard boxes in a shipping container. The container came off a...
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The Worst Things ICE and Border Protection Have Done in Miami This Past Year

3 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
Florida saw the nation's largest spike in immigrant arrests in 2017. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement apprehensions shot up 75 percent after Donald Trump took office. Though the U.S. is still arresting and deporting far fewer people than it did under Barack Obama, the fact is that the vast majority...
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Border Protection Truck Showed Up at a DACA Protest Outside Marco Rubio's Office Today

3 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
Today, a group of pro-immigration protesters gathered outside the building housing the offices of Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and Miami Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart to demand protection for Dreamers, who were brought undocumented to the U.S. as children. Local police quickly began harassing their small group of activists, seven of whom,...

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