Editorials

Leonard Pitts Jr

Women don’t slow down for fools like Bill O’Reilly

On the day Bill O’Reilly was fired, Gail in West Palm Beach researched real estate for a potential buyer. Georgina in New Orleans chased down rats in a property she owns. Laura in Hood River, Oregon, prepared for breast cancer surgery. Lynn drove her semi from Seattle to Ontario, California. In Tallahassee, Marty trimmed the shrubs.

Editorials

Plug in — and connect at 4:30 p.m. today

Join in — 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 19 — for a live discussion about Connect Miami, a community-led initiative that will challenge Miami-Dade residents to better understand and respect each other. Go to www.facebook.com/miamiherald.

Editorials

Extend Temporary Protected Status for eligible Haitians

Change is coming at Haiti and its people at a furious pace: Thursday, the U.N. Security Council voted to end its 13-year peacekeeping operation there. Haiti has a new president, its third democratically elected leader since 2006. The United States has a new president, too, which could affect policy.

Editorials

Middle East Christians are under attack

Where is the international outrage? Fortunately, Pope Francis has taken the lead, expressing concern that Christians are “burned alive, hanged, beheaded, and decapitated by barbaric swords before the silence of the world.”

Editorials

United Airlines’ rocky customer service fiasco

Personal information about David Dao has been made public since the incident.; for example, he once lost his medical license for illegally prescribing Oxycontin. But none of that really matters. This is about how Dao was treated as a human being and at the very least, a paying customer.

Editorials

Trump right to strike against Syria for chemical attack

The Syrian chemical attack was an act so vile it forced Trump — a man who said he did not want to be the world’s president — to act swiftly against a foreign government’s military air field. President Trump called it “a targeted strike from where the weapon was launched.”

Op-Ed

Help us stop the Sabal Trail Pipeline

Sabal Trail is a 515-mile pipeline intended to transport a billion cubic feet of fracked gas a day through the Upper Floridan Aquifer, an ecologically crucial region and the source of 60 percent of our state’s drinking water.

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MPO Chair Commissioner Jean Monestime talks with the Miami Herald editorial board

Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Chair Commissioner Jean Monestime talks about goals for the planning board, which is charged with transportation planning for the county with the Miami Herald editorial board.
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MPO Chair Commissioner Jean Monestime talks with the Miami Herald editorial board

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