HOW DID FOREIGN INVESTORS AFFECT REAL ESTATE IN MIAMI?

After the 2008 recession, foreign investors began snapping up Miami real estate in record numbers....

PRICED OUT OF PARADISE: WHY LOCALS CAN NO LONGER AFFORD TO LIVE IN MIAMI

In Miami, a mosquito-ridden backwater that grew so fast it was once anointed the Magic City, little has ever stayed the same for long....

 
 
 

SOUTH FLORIDA, ONE OF THE LEAST AFFORDABLE AREAS IN THE COUNTRY FOR RENTING

South Florida is one of the least affordable areas in the country when it comes to renting. How does this compare to other cities around...

DOLLY MCINTYRE: “I AM FOR PLANNED, RESPONSIBLE, REASONABLE GROWTH”

Dolly McIntyre, a veteran preservationist and DHT co-founder, talks about the Miami she encountered when she came to study at UM in...

 
 
 

MIAMI'S BOOMING FORTUNES HAVE CREATED A HOUSING CRISIS

As Miami has undergone an unprecedented, rapid transformation from languishing trouble spot to global hotspot, locals increasingly...

HOW SOUTH FLORIDA WAGES MEASURE UP AGAINST OTHER CITIES

South Florida is one of the lowest-paid areas in the U.S. Here's how we measure up against other major metros....

 
 
 

MIAMI HOME PRICES MAY SEEM ASTRONOMICAL TO LOCALS, BUT THEY'RE A BARGAIN TO FOREIGNERS

Miami has long attracted North Americans escaping the cruelty of winter. But in the past decade, it has also become a playground for...

MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION BILL GETS INITIAL COMMITTEE HEARING

A bill to legalize marijuana in Delaware is getting is first committee hearing in the legislature after a failed effort to pass a similar...

 
 
 

MT. GOX HEAD KARPELES PLANS NEW JAPAN BITCOIN TECH BUSINESS

Mark Karpeles, arrested in Japan after his bitcoin exchange collapsed from massive hacking, has started a business around the same...

FIRED CHARITY CEO ACCUSED OF USING CASH ON LSU, SAINTS GAMES

A Louisiana hospital foundation's former fundraising chief is accused of stealing about $550,000 in donations and using some of it...

 
 
 

VIRGINIA PRINTING COMPANY TO LAY OFF ABOUT 240 WORKERS

A Virginia printing company has abruptly closed "some or all" of its sites and is laying off about 240 workers. The Richmond Times-Dispatch...

EUROZONE ECONOMY PICKS UP STEAM BUT OUTLOOK ‘GLOOMIER'

A closely watched survey shows that the eurozone economy picked up a little bit of steam in May to expand at a three-month high rate....

 
 
 

ASIAN SHARES JUMP ON US FED'S RATE CUT BANDWAGON

Shares surged Wednesday in Asia following a rally on Wall Street spurred by signs the Federal Reserve is ready to cut interest rates...

FRENCH GOVERNMENT: NO RUSH FOR RENAULT-FIAT CHRYSLER MERGER

France's finance minister says Renault and Fiat Chrysler shouldn't rush into a merger. Bruno Le Maire said Wednesday on BFM television...

 
 
 

SEC MOVING TO REQUIRE BROKERS TO REVEAL CONFLICTS FOR ADVICE

Federal regulators are moving to require that brokers provide their customers with detailed disclosures of their potential conflicts...

MT. GOX HEAD KARPELES PLANS NEW JAPAN BITCOIN TECH BUSINESS

Mark Karpeles, arrested in Japan after his bitcoin exchange collapsed from massive hacking, is starting a new business around the same...

 
 
 

BEVERLY HILLS VOTES TO END MOST TOBACCO SALES

Beverly Hills has become the first U.S. city to end most tobacco sales. The City Council on Tuesday unanimously voted to snuff out...

ARIZONA ATTORNEY GENERAL: SETTLEMENT REACHED IN DATA BREACH

The Arizona Attorney General's office says a settlement has been reached in the first health care data breach lawsuit involving numerous...

 
 
 

HOUSE FINALLY DECIDING ON NORTH CAROLINA ‘BORN-ALIVE' VETO

North Carolina lawmakers will finally decide whether to override Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper's veto of legislation that says doctors...

UN AGENCIES URGE STRONGER EFFORTS TO STOP ILLEGAL FISHING

Major United Nations agencies are urging major fishing nations to join efforts to fight against illegal, unreported and unregulated...

 
 
 



Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens dies at 99

Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens dies at 99

He retired in June 2010 at age 90, the second oldest justice in the court's history. Read more ...

US House votes to 'strongly' condemn Trump's tweets directed at...

US House votes to 'strongly' condemn Trump's tweets directed at congresswomen of color

The Democratic-led House has voted to condemn President Donald Trump's tweets telling four Democratic congresswomen of color to "go back" to their countries of origin. Read more ...

Police: 6-year-old girl fatally struck by her golfing dad's ball

Police: 6-year-old girl fatally struck by her golfing dad's ball

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Federal judge permanently blocks Trump admin from adding citizenship...

Federal judge permanently blocks Trump admin from adding citizenship question to 2020 census

A New York federal judge has issued an order definitively blocking the Trump administration from adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census in any form, despite the... Read more ...

Huggies features dads on diaper box for first time

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Judge orders R. Kelly held in jail, prosecutors call him 'extreme danger to...

Judge orders R. Kelly held in jail, prosecutors call him 'extreme danger to minor girls'

A judge ruled Tuesday that R&B singer R. Kelly be held without bond on federal charges that he and his entourage recruited girls and women to engage in illegal sexual activity... Read more ...

No federal charges for NYPD officer accused of fatally choking Eric Garner

No federal charges for NYPD officer accused of fatally choking Eric Garner

Garner's words “I can't breathe” became a rallying cry for police reform activists, coming amid a stretch of other deaths of black men at the hands of white officers. Read more ...

'Chance the Snapper,' Chicago's alligator-on-the-loose, is finally caught

'Chance the Snapper,' Chicago's alligator-on-the-loose, is finally caught

Chance the Snapper, as he came to be known, had been on the loose in the park for almost a week - forcing a partial shutdown of the site. Read more ...

Justice Department won't bring charges against NYPD cop in Eric Garner's...

Justice Department won't bring charges against NYPD cop in Eric Garner's chokehold death

The Department of Justice won't bring civil rights or criminal charges against NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo in the death of Eric Garner, a source familiar with the case told Read more ...

California man charged after police found more than 1,000 guns in his home

California man charged after police found more than 1,000 guns in his home

The man pleaded not guilty during a Monday morning arraignment. Read more ...