If you are unlucky enough to not be independently wealthy, chances are you regularly visit a shared work environment. If you are a human, chances are you will need to eat sometime during the eight to 12 hours you spend in said work environment. To this end, many benevolent employers provide what is ... More >>
Stone metaphors too numerous to name -- a landslide of them? -- came to mind when I learned that rightwing political hit man Roger Stone had joined Lotus land lefty director Oliver Stone in the JFK conspiracy corps. The rightwing Stone, a former Nixon confidante, has co-authored a new book on JFK's ... More >>
When former Chicago Bull/children's book author Dennis Rodman went to North Korea to hang out with Kim Jong Un a couple of weeks ago, he got into trouble with the Obama administration, got the CIA on his case, and almost inadvertently started World War III, maybe. See also: - Dennis Rodman Heading ... More >>
Yes, actually, one more thing ... President Obama made just about all the right moves when it came to killing Bin Laden.Take a huge risk and conduct the operation despite having concrete proof that Bin Laden was even in the compound? Check. Conduct a precise ground raid instead of an ai ... More >>
America prepares to shutter the infamous prison camp, and jihad looms.
Indicted South Florida weapons dealer Efraim Diveroli keeps making millions from you and me.
Ridley Scott's latest is the post-9/11, tech-savvy terror thriller we deserve
Logic goes out with the intrigue in ho-hum "thriller" Traitor
Violent South American thieves are stealing millions in precious gems ... and getting away with it
Errol Morris cuts the Abu Ghraib MPs some slack in Standard Operating Procedure
Planes crash, coke spills, but Mr. O'Connor remains a mystery
Two hardened journalists and a newbie go after a war criminal in this dark and dirty winner
The Bond franchise takes a gamble on a new guy and comes up aces.
From Boca Raton to Baghdad, this squirrel may be the key to winning the War on Terror.
Racists, louts, and terrorists earned their place among the best of 2005
It's time more journalists were called on the carpet for bad judgment
The charismatic lawyer and power broker took one last lap in a New River mansion during his run from the law
As LSD does a slow fade, a Fort Lauderdale researcher keeps the science trip going
Miriam is only the beginning. Them boys in Tallahassee may bag some really big game.
Impeach the president? Yes. A well-documented case ties him to Abu Ghraib.
The GOP eyes a George W. Bush victory in traditionally Democratic Palm Beach County. Here's why.
There's little merit to The Big Bounce
Yoo-hoo! Investigators! Check the president's pockets!
Talking war with dissident Jim Mullins is good for a battle-scarred psyche
A Hate-Love Relationship
Riding shotgun with Broward County's tiny but angry peace movement
The Big Ka-Boom, Part One (Alternative Tentacles)
When terrorists knock, the INS is more than likely to fall down on the job
Crabbing About Jen
Florida INS director Dan Cadman fooled Congress; then his bosses promoted him
How will Hollywood react now that real life is more terrifying than fiction?
James Heath leads rock's longest-running revival from one Bush to another
Stiller and De Niro square off in the big-screen sitcom Meet the Parents
For members of Soka Gakkai, the path to enlightenment (and maybe a new car) is through chanting
A reporter tags along as a South Florida PI searches for a missing trawler in Cuba, then finishes the job by battling with the boat's owner