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From left, former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist and Gov. Rick Scott

    Miami Herald | EDITORIAL

    Nasty and expensive

    OUR OPINION: Gubernatorial candidates must address issues — even as they sling mud

  • Worth a thousand words

    The Miami Herald Editorial Board shares the viewpoints of cartoonists from across the country in this Saturday feature called “Worth a Thousand Words.”

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    SEA-LEVEL RISE

    We can’t delay the fight against sea-level rise

    Regardless of its cause, sea-level rise is the inevitable, non-debatable consequence of the warming of the oceans and the melting of the planet’s ice sheets. It is a measurable, trackable and relentless reality. Without innovative adaptive capital planning, it will threaten trillions of dollars of the region’s built environment, our future water supply, unique natural resources, agricultural soils and basic economy.

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American jihadist Moner Mohammad Abu-Salha, who eventually burned his passport, died in May after blowing up a truck in Syria.

    WHITE HOUSE

    White House should release 9/11 documents

    The death of American jihadist Douglas McArthur McCain in Syria raised few eyebrows. It is no secret that there are about 7,000 foreigners fighting alongside the terrorists known as the Islamic State of Islam (ISIS) in Syria and Iraq, of which perhaps 150 to 300 are American.

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GHITIS

    MIDEAST

    ISIS jihadis force U.S. to support its enemy Assad

    History is moving to give us an answer to one of the great foreign-policy debates of this decade. President Obama has time and time again dismissed the argument, repeated recently by Hillary Clinton, that the United States should have taken a more-assertive stance to affect the course of the civil war in Syria. Clinton, who as Obama’s secretary of state argued that Washington should give more material support for moderate rebels, says a decision to intervene could have prevented the current calamity.

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  • Dismal voting day

    A lone voter at 9:30 a.m. faced 16 poll workers at the Coral Gables Congregational Church, where four preci...

  • Southern border

    Re the Aug. 25 editorial, Action on immigration: We are indeed heading into dark times when a major America...

  • The readers’ forum

    FIU expansion good for community

    I’m writing in support of Florida International University’s expansion to the land next to it...

  • The readers’ forum

    Eastern Shores flotilla is ridiculous

    Jenny Staletovich’s Aug. 24 article, Floating homes may be answer to rising seas, seems to be nothin...

  • Crammed in the air

    There have been several stories recently about arguments on airplanes because of passengers reclining their...

  • Don’t blame cops

    The Miami Herald’s Opinion pages hit a an all-time low with the Aug. 23 Other Views feature, Stopped...

  • Broken system

    As a first-generation immigrant, I am glad the White House is going to take executive action on immigration...

  • Land of laws

    I agree with Sabriya B. Ishoof that the death of Michael Brown is disturbing, as is the death of every youn...

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