President Obama is asking Congress for $1 billion in new aid for Central America
The money is to help support efforts to improve hardships that drive illegal immigration to the U.S.
Violent gangs that control some slums count kids as young as 12 among their foot soldiers
Hurricane Joaquin began swiftly moving away from the Bahamas Saturday, after two days of heavy rains and winds that caused major floods, destroyed homes and left a 790-foot cargo ship with more than 30 crew members missing.
This is a dangerous time for Joe Philbin.
Critter parks, art museums, historic homes and other sites are offering discounted admission throughout October for Miami Attractions Month.
Severe summer drought, lack of historic flow kill miles of seagrass
Stinky yellow water appears; fish begin to disappear
Scientists fear that lethal algae blooms, which plagued bay decades ago, could return
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A look ahead at the week
Classical music and Miami Broward One Carnival rules
Tuesday: Miami Herald hosts Cuba Tourism and Investment seminar