That’s why nearly all of McClatchy’s 30 daily newspapers, which almost never speak with one voice, are doing so now. That’s why we’re joining with fellow journalists across the country in calling for an end to the president’s war of words against our free press.
Read Miami Herald’s recommendations and whom the editorial board endorses for the major races on the ballots for Miami-Dade and the state of FL before the Aug. 28, 2018 primary, including senator, governor and congress.
The debate over 3D-printed guns blew up last week, but for the most part, it missed the mark. While many people wanted this issue to be about the Second Amendment right to bear arms, it’s really about the First Amendment and free speech.
Those who believe — as we do — that partisan gerrymandering has become so extreme that it violates constitutional principles and threatens our democracy were disappointed when the Supreme Court dodged the issue last term.
Doing so may not require that senators review literally every document that touched Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s hands. Rather, Democrats and Republicans should agree on a way to streamline the process.
If anyone still doubts that Venezuela’s economy has taken a disastrous plunge under the government of Nicolás Maduro, they should read the forecast from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) released on Monday. Needless to say, it’s not a rosy picture.
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.