End the nightmare

Faced with an international outcry, the Dominican Republic has wisely pulled back on a threat to expel a few hundred thousand Haitian migrant workers from its soil. But the threat itself has not been rescinded, and the crisis is far from over.


Keys tired of FDOT's tactics

Unchecked government agencies have been known to play hardball and in the Florida Keys some business owners and residents are complaining over what they consider the strongarm tactics of the Florida Department of Transportation.That's what appears to be happening currently centered in Islamorada. in the Upper Keys and the Middle. The FDOT blitz is likely headed all the way to Key West.


Keep the Cuban trade embargo

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will be in Miami today — and reports are that she’s going to tackle Miami’s Cuban exile community’s historic third rail question: Should the 50-plus-year-old U.S. trade embargo on Cuba be lifted?


This time, get the map right

Put this in the win column for Sunshine State voters and taxpayers: The Florida Senate saw the handwriting on the wall and decided this week to give up the fight over redistricting.


Helping homeless kids

Homelessness is currently a hot topic in Miami-Dade as the city of Miami and the county’s Homeless Trust heatedly squabble over the best way to deal with hardcore cases downtown.


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