Gov. Rick Scott is struggling. And the struggle is real. He's not very popular, and he's not well-liked. Things are so bleak that the guy who quit being governor of Florida so he can run for the Senate, and lost, and then changed parties twice, is beating him with the proverbial sock full of penni ... More >>
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen "Chad Henne Is The Next Dan Marino" Ross is bringing an international soccer tournament to South Florida which is kind of like the World Cup, but not at all like it in the least. Ross is expected to announce that South Florida will host matches for what is being called ... More >>
Losing weight and drinking alcohol don't go hand in hand. Just ask New Jersey resident Kevin Strahle, who recently released a YouTube video giving step-by-step instruction on how to "smoke" alcohol vapors to get drunk without the bothersome need to ingest calories through binge drinking.Even though ... More >>
Is it just us, or does Enrique look a little pale? Following in the grand tradition of Sammy Hagar building a brand of tequila and Lil Jon endorsing Crunk Juice, Miami homeboy Enrique Iglesias is the latest celebrity to sign on to promote a line of spirits. The singer, who according to a press re ... More >>
FlickrAltidoreJozy Altidore, the Boca Raton-born forward for the United States World Cup team, survived his first full practice since an ankle sprain and now will be available Saturday when the Americans open tournament play with a match against England.He's one of two key players with health con ... More >>
Signing an aging soccer star didn't do the trick. Maybe two stars from Cuba will finally draw some fans to Miami FC bleachers.
Goal! follows an immigrant's pursuit of a European fantasy.
As Miami plays political footsie with the first-place Fusion, the U.S. Soccer Federation prepares to give the boot to Fort Lauderdale's hopes for a national training center
The Gold Cup was a lot of fun, if you like riots
In barely two seasons, the management has run the Miami Fusion into the ground. The fans are not pleased.
April 9 - 15, 1998