The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration is looking to move forward on creating a new controlled substances code number for marijuana extract. The extract, known as butane hash oil (or BHO) -- and also known on the streets as "wax," or "dabs" -- is jacked up with concentrated levels of tetrahydroc ... More >>
Just when you thought it was safe to eat ice cream..We recently came upon a list of "eight ingredients you never want to see on your nutritional label" on menshealth.com. As we perused the usual suspects -- sodium nitrates, food dyes, partially hydrogenated oil -- we came across an additive that sou ... More >>
In the wake of President Barack Obama's recent victory, the Federal Emergency Management Agency may soon open "concentration camps" -- some of which are in South Florida -- to detain anyone who disagrees with the government authority, Everett Wilkinson, chairman of South Florida's Tea Party, told Ne ... More >>
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, President Obama and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie joined forces to help that state recover. Christie then made some news when he appeared on Fox & Friends and the Three Trogs that host that show asked him if he would pretty please have a photo op with Mittin ... More >>
Remember Tropical Storm Isaac? What a pain in the ass storm that was. It was particularly damaging to Palm Beach County, which got smacked harder by Ike than Miami-Dade or Broward, leaving more than 8 to 10 inches of rain in the southeast part of the county, damaging schools, homes and leaving ... More >>
Tropical Storm Isaac might be gone and Palm Beach might be a little drier... but it's about to get creepier! But in a good way. Maybe. Hopefully. Gov. Rick Scott is in town, armed with FEMA, a helicopter, and a smile. Isaac left a big heaping mess in Palm Beach County over the weekend, and now i ... More >>
Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn says he'll cancel the Republican National Convention if Tropical Storm Isaac becomes a real threat.As of Wednesday morning, Isaac is becoming a real threat. "Well, absolutely, we're prepared to call it off," Buckhorn told CNN this morning. "I mean, safety and human life tru ... More >>
The end of the world is supposed to come today, and if it does, it's a safe bet it'll somehow involve zombies. If so, head to Okeechobee, where Emergency Operations Center director Mike Faulkner has prepared a 75-page plan on how to respond to a "zombie apocalypse." Faulkner told the Okeechobee N ... More >>
Flickr user: Gary...Feds question Hurricane Wilma cleanup costs.The Broward School Board is not alone in facing scrutiny for the millions of dollars in federal disaster funding it received after Hurricanes Katrina and Wilma. Federal auditors have also questioned $15.1 million in Federal Emergency ... More >>
FEMA conducted an audit of Broward School Board spending of federal funds after hurricanes Katrina and Wilma and found the school board may have squandered millions of dollars, according to a report issued by the Department of Homeland Security this week.. "The School Board did not account for FEMA ... More >>
Deputy Superintendent Michael Garretson has written a memo regarding last week's column to Superintendent Jim Notter assuring him that the payment of $1 million to an unlicensed firm represented by lobbyist Ron Book was all above board. Hey, I'm going to let Garretson speak for himself and&nbs ... More >>
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Reality Check (Atlantic)
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Pay for Play
Naming rights for the Marlins' new arena go to Brownie and the boys
Get Rich in the Developer Biz
A Hollywood man has spent the past decade trying to pry open the Seminoles' accounting books -- without much success