What David Beckham’s soccer stadium public land grab — in the hands of Jorge Mas, who sees it as “legacy” to turn contaminated Melreese golf course site into MLS glory — says about evolving, modern Miami.
President Trump revoked their temporary protection status, and now, another parent-child separation crisis looms if TPS holders from Haiti, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Somalia, Nepal and Sudan are deported, leaving U.S.-born children.
Are there not enough cooks, servers, housekeepers in immigrant-rich South Florida to staff Mar-a-Lago? In this hospitality haven of culinary school and tourism industry grads, Trump asks for 61 foreign guest worker visas from Labor Department.
South Miami-Dade deserves the Metrorail extension residents were promised, not a $300 million “rapid transit” bus terminal. It’s no “SMART Plan,” but Mayor Carlos Gimenez is pushing buses as a quicker fix, calling for a July 19 commission vote.
On this 4th of July, Americans are grappling with a President Donald Trump who's turning upside down everything valued and thought guaranteed in the Constitution and Bill of Rights. We need more than the ready-made patriotism of fireworks.
Zero tolerance and detention remain, but what made President Trump cave on separating immigrant children from parents? The condemnation of Americans from all walks of life — except his bigoted base — made it political suicide to continue.
The Trump administration is detaining up to 1,000 parentless immigrant children at a Homestead facility and denying entry to members of Congress as evidence mounts of inhumane treatment at other points. Hear depth of suffering on ProPublica audio.
The Trump “zero tolerance” deportation machine is sending Venezuelans in South Florida back to dictator Nicolas Maduro’s hell and hunger. Did President Trump forget the chavista dictatorship that was cemented in Venezuela on his watch?
In vintage form, President Trump cuddled up to dictator Kim Jong Un, praising North Korea's 'great beaches' and condos and hotels instead of nukes policy. Florida Senator Marco Rubio defended him. And Obama's Cuba deal was bad? Politics.
For sacrifices fearful parents make for their children look to the 1960s secret Pedro Pan exodus from Cuba. President Trump and AG Session's abusive policy of separating immigrant children from parents won't stop illegal border crossings.
A national March For Our Lives bus tour to register young people to vote. The political action committee Families vs. Assault rifles to influence midterm elections. Student leaders like David Hogg and Parkland parents boost gun control debate.
A small Cuban theater group’s ignorance and initial denial about the ugly history of blackface has led to calls for a community conversation about racism in Miami. Let’s do it. We could all use it. Racism isn’t exclusive to Cubans or Latin Americans.
Most of South Florida didn’t even get five inches of rain. But Gov. Rick Scott, campaigning for a U.S. Senate seat, declared a state of emergency over Subtropical Storm Alberto. It was a hit only to tourism on Memorial Day.
Cubana de Aviación's plane crash, a major breaking news event, debuted a new generation expertly using technology and demanding more of new president Miguel Diaz-Canel and a government that seems to be shifting blame for the unsafe flight to Global Air.
Publix should know better: Food and politics don’t mix. But the supermarket giant is bankrolling Republican Adam Putnam’s campaign for Florida governor. Putnam is a vocal supporter of President Trump’s anti-immigrant vitriol and policies.
The largest mall in America will be traffic hell for Miami-Dade and Broward commuters and residents. But American Dream Miami sails through county's approval process with "ride the bus" attitude toward public.
George Zimmerman eluded justice but not his killing Trayvon Martin of Miami Gardens, 17. His stalking arrest, comments about feeding case investigator to alligator, calling sergeant 'whore,' are more proof that he got away with murder.
Miami Mayor Francis Suarez wants to modernize city government. But the strong mayor system hasn’t worked for people in Miami-Dade County or Hialeah, where mostly lobbyists and special interests win the day. Why would Miami fare differently?