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Real Estate News

No slowdown seen in commercial real estate

A panel of industry experts at the Building Owners and Managers Association of Miami-Dade’s 2017 Commercial Real Estate Outlook event sees no slowdown in downtown Miami activity and says increased mass transit options will propel some suburban markets.

World

Why Venezuela keeps Colombia’s president up at night

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has confided to the White House that one of his biggest concerns is how a Venezuelan collapse could undermine years of secret meetings and formal negotiations to end the bloody civil war that has ravaged his country for more than half a century, killing tens of thousands and displacing millions.

Politics

What might Trump be hiding in those tax returns he won’t disclose?

Never before has a presidential candidate had such a complex web of businesses. By law, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump doesn’t have to release his tax returns, but the absence of even a summary is leading to widespread speculation. A report from a New Jersey casino commission said that in 1978 and 1979 Trump reported negative income and paid no federal taxes, even as he publicly boasted of being a multimillionaire. Here are answers to questions on the topic.

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Videos

Trump suggests Clinton is the devil, Clinton describes what breaks her heart - Election Rewind

Campaigning in Bedford N.H., Donald Trump claimed that voters don't like Hillary Clinton and that Bernie Sanders "sold out to the devil." Hillary Clinton said that divisive, hateful comments broke her heart in Des Moines, Iowa.
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Trump suggests Clinton is the devil, Clinton describes what breaks her heart - Election Rewind 1:50

Trump suggests Clinton is the devil, Clinton describes what breaks her heart - Election Rewind

Matthew drenches Barbados 0:36

Matthew drenches Barbados

Man wears every piece of trash he generates for 30 days 1:14

Man wears every piece of trash he generates for 30 days

'And that is how you catch a gator by hand': Video lands Florida men in jail 0:51

'And that is how you catch a gator by hand': Video lands Florida men in jail

Flashback Miami

Miami Science Museum

The Museum of Science and Natural History opened September 25, 1960 featuring exhibits like the 14-foot Kodiak bear; a giant globe in the lobby (originally built for Pan American Airlines); Seminole and Tequesta Indians scenes; and a planetarium.