Florida seems to be well on its way to getting medical marijuana legalized. Voters this November are going to be able to decide on their own whether weed should be made legal for folks with debilitating diseases, and a bill that would decriminalize the use of a strain of medical marijuana for kids w ... More >>
Former Republican Gov. Charlie Crist is backing Democratic incumbent Sen. Bill Nelson in the race for the Florida Senate in yet another instance of Crist's batting for the other team.Crist said yesterday, per the Tampa Bay Times, that he will be attending a fundraiser for Nelson at the home of promi ... More >>
Wall Street and Washington conspire to destabilize the U.S.economy, one barrel of oil at a time.
Rothstein's toilet: the appropriate place to file a suit by Jeffrey Epstein?If there's a lawyer in South Florida in position to hustle big cash settlements out of billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, that lawyer is Adam Horowitz, who represents seven women who have filed suit against the bil ... More >>
Sunrise commissioner Sheila Alu exposed a judge's misconduct — at great personal risk.
Will American voters elect the first gay vice president in November?
After 40 years as folk's Everyman, Richie Havens is still going strong
Fledgling Guardian Angels get the call from gang-riddled Lake Worth
Does Stacy Ritter's lobbyist husband swing her vote?
Until Douglas came along, the consensus was that the Everglades was just a watery obstacle to development
Does the local Democratic Party really need a dictator for life?
To understand Florida's most bizarre unsolved murder, it helps to wear stiletto heels.
It's time more journalists were called on the carpet for bad judgment
And South Florida's Tabloid Valley vanishes.
Fort Lauderdale's John B. Anderson ran for president in 1980 and paved the way for spoiler candidates
Strife at swimming's prime shrine threatens to wash away a local icon
Forget the awful past, Palm Beach's sugar barons say. It's time to make nicey-nicey and go into real estate.
Give me my job back or I'll call the Anti-Defamation League, you anti-Semite!
Tugging W's effigy through America's Venice draws major league weirdness
Rolling with the bawdy Blowfly leads to some sticky situations
With his voting record at issue, why won't U.S. Congressman Mark Foley just say that he's gay?
Troma's Lloyd Kaufman has guts, all over the floor
The people don't want to attack Saddam, but our elected representatives sure do
Plumbing the depths of the Christian Taliban
Pamela Canellas's dancers jam into clubland
The Rev. D. James Kennedy teaches that homosexuality is a sin. Richard Murphy loves him anyway.
Wisecracking Democrats in Tallahassee were steamrollered during the presidential contest. But they didn't take it lying down.
Fort Lauderdale's mayor packs a pistol, opposes gay rights, and hopes to hang 'em high
To protect boxers from the fight game, Irv Abramson wants to form a more perfect union
A love triangle in the White House. Is this dusty old satire or current events?
Users call it G, Scoop, Goop, EZLay, Georgia Home Boy, or just plain old GHB. What's it like? Euphoric and potentially deadly.
The fisherman who rescued Elián, Donato Dalrymple, comes from a family with a violent history. And that's not the half of it.
Bryant Troville served out his sentence for his sexually violent acts. His prospects for freedom? Not good.
Members of Mensa, fighting a stereotype of intellectual elitism, are trying to recast themselves as a hip bunch of eggheads ready to party down
For 45 years the Pledge of Allegiance has included a mention of the Almighty. Atheist Michael Newdow is suing for removal.
There's nothing wrong with having a few drinks before you drive. So says David Heilman, Mr. Anti-DUI.
Folk isn't the most popular form of music in South Florida, nor does it completely pay the bills. But like long-time folk artist Rod MacDonald, some locals are discovering that persistence pays off.
Four years after hed been convicted of murder in Belgium, Jean-FranCois Buslik was a pilot and a family man living quietly in North Palm Beach. Then justice came calling.
Billy Elledge brutally raped and murdered a woman in Hollywood 25 years ago. He has sat in prison since then, evidence that Florida's death penalty isn't working.
Bring together a TV-production mogul and the charismatic leader of Calvary Chapel, and you get Cross TV all religion, all the time