When Fidel Castro celebrated his 90th birthday recently, CNN was the eager first-responder. “Survivor Turns 90,” gushed CNN’s perky Patrick Oppmann from Havana. “More people have tried to murder the world’s most famous socialist than any man alive, according to the 2006 British documentary “638 Ways to Kill Castro.”
U.N. made basic mistakes that claimed the lives of 10,000 Haitians and then covered them up for years. Now that it has come clean, it must strictly observe sanitary practices to avoid a repetition of this catastrophe.
Even through the state pension fund not only survived the Great Recession, and has been chugging along at a robust rate, a coalition of private interests and conservative legislators want to eliminate it.
Miami-Dade County Public Schools has reaffirmed its commitment to give students access to a world-class foreign-language program that will set a national example as an instructionally sound and inclusive student-centered model.
The American Bar Association’s goal of pursuing justice and defending liberty cannot hope to be realized until all of our citizens believe that the justice system treats them fairly regardless of their color, gender, religion or income.
The Orlando shootings at a gay nightclub hit home with Miami poet Richard Blanco, best known for his poem ‘One Today’ delivered at President Obama’s second inauguration. Here is Blanco’s poem for Orlando.
Miami poet Richard Blanco's tribute to Orlando: 'One Pulse — One Poem'