Florida's own Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who has been the chair of the Democratic National Committee since 2011, has been a rising star in Washington. She had high ambitions and was a trusted mouthpiece by the Obama administration. But lately, Wasserman Schultz has been making headlines for the wron ... More >>
Robert Levinson, a Coral Springs private detective who disappeared in March of 2007 while visiting Kish Island in Iran, was working for the CIA on an unapproved intelligence-gathering mission, the AP is reporting. And now, the missing man is at the center of a modern scandal for the intelligence c ... More >>
Back in May, basketball Hall of Famer and sometime South Florida resident, asked his "friend for life" Kim Jong-un to release Korean-American Kenneth Bae, who has been sentenced to 15 years of hard labor. North Korea caught Bae in the country in 2012 with a hard drive containing pictures of starvin ... More >>
Remember when Marco Rubio was the Golden Boy Chosen One Can Do No Wrong Savior of the GOPers in 2016 just a few months ago? Well today, yea, not so much. Since taking up the struggle for immigration reform, Rubez's fellow GOPers -- particularly the Tea Baggy Folk -- have begun to abandon him in b ... More >>
Roxanna Trinka is President/CEO of a company called Baseline Engineering. She's also a Director of the Research Park at Florida Atlantic University, an advisor to the school's College of Engineering, and served on Palm Beach County's Criminal Justice Commission. It's a free country. So there's no ... More >>
This evening, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney will look to destroy one another in an epic battle of banter at Lynn University in Boca. It's a safe bet that moderator Bob Schieffer won't throw too many curveballs and the questions will be similar to everything that's already been asked in the ... More >>
It takes a special kind of person to be smug about conclusive proof of one's idiocy, but Donald Trump has practice. He was smug about the disastrous bankruptcy that resulted from his hubristic overreach; he was smug about refusing to pay unknown millions to European creditors after the real estat ... More >>
Only a fraction of Mexicans get U.S. asylum.
Boston Herald / Bill GreeneDr. Boutin, with the hacksaw, performing another amputation in Haiti.At 73 years old, Dr. Georges Boutin had never been to Haiti, and he had no reason to ever go until a phone conversation he had two weeks ago with his daughter Pier, an orthopedic surgeon who lives with ... More >>
It's a victory just to have an election pass without a local embarrassment
Rock 'n' roll maverick Henry Rollins talks politics and the upcoming election
The Long March
America's most colorful third party could use some attention — and some cash.
Ministry says farewell in a gesture of animosity and spite
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Michael Moore´s pill goes down easy, but his diagnosis of U.S. health care still devastates
Does Barack Obama embroider his own history for political effect?
What follows is the full transcript of last night's gubernatorial debate between Charlie Crist, Jim Davis, and Max Linn. It's, um, really long. CHRIS MATTHEWS, MSNBC HOST: Florida, the state that carried George W. Bush into the White House and elected Jeb Bush twice for governor. A state on the ... More >>
The left, turning right, was plain wrong
A Hollywood man has spent the past decade trying to pry open the Seminoles' accounting books -- without much success
Carol Roberts may not beat Clay Shaw, but don't count her out
Haitian immigrants like Gerlyn Cadet know in their marrow that a ballot is a precious thing. But this election leaves them feeling robbed.
A love triangle in the White House. Is this dusty old satire or current events?
A federal case in which Alan Adaschik, mild-mannered bureaucrat, sues the entire U.S. government over the WTO
Districting in Hollywood was supposed to ensure at least one minority candidate on the commission. Think again.
John Coleman and his fellow reform candidates in Hollywood face an uphill battle against mayor Mara and Co.