Medicare spends nearly
$2 billion in South Florida

For the first time ever, the government released data detailing how much money Medicare is paying out. Among the early findings: Salomon Melgen, a West Palm Beach ophthalmologist, was paid $20.8 million by Medicare in 2012.

Politics / Analysis

Immigrant tuition bill opens rift in Republican party

The abrupt announcement that a bill to give some undocumented immigrants in-state tuition would not, in effect, get a vote in Tallahassee caught Gov. Rick Scott and other Republicans by surprise.

Soccer in Miami

PortMiami stadium would cost
$50 million more

Despite the heftier price tag, representatives for retired English soccer star David Beckham say they still want to build a home for their new professional franchise on the waterfront.


Venezuela’s troubled times: Maduro’s first year

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro often says he never wanted the country’s top job. Instead, the 51-year-old former union organizer and transportation worker says he’s simply following the orders of the late President Hugo Chávez, who asked him to carry on the Bolivarian Revolution.

Ultra Music Festival

Hiring ex-police chief is part of Ultra’s efforts to stay in Miami

In an effort to save the popular Ultra Music Festival from being kicked out of downtown Miami, the outdoor party’s organizers have enlisted the help of Miami Beach’s outgoing police chief.


Firefighter charged with sharing sexual images of underage girls — on Twitter

Detectives have arrested a Miami-Dade firefighter after he allegedly shared over a dozen illicit images while using the most public of social media sites: Twitter.

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