Medicare spends nearly
$2 billion in South Florida


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    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.

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