The fall elections approach, and like clockwork, GOP operatives begin priming the faithful with horror stories of rampant Democratic Party voter fraud. How much substance is there to their tales of electoral chicanery, and how great is the need for stern measures to deter it? See also: Republican V ... 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 >>
E. Howard Hunt was a key political figure during the 1950s and 60s. He graduated from Brown University, served in WWII and joined the CIA in 1949. Stationed in Mexico City, he supervised conservative William F. Buckley. In Guatemala, he helped overthrow the government, partly by airing radio broadca ... More >>
South Florida and New Orleans share many culinary connections, namely Creole, a style of cooking chef Ron Duprat has spent his life learning and perfecting. His drive to be the top Creole chef America stems from his youth in Haiti, learning in the kitchen under the tutelage of his grandmother, who ... More >>
Born in Damascus, Dr. Hadi Yaziji has been a Miami resident and a U.S. citizen for some years now. He is a pathologist by training and, as conflict has consumed the land of his birth, he has turned his analytical skills from medical problems to the disease of war. Dr. Yaziji's conclusions, based o ... More >>
via the APIn case you didn't catch the news on Friday, a New Jersey car dealer awarded a new car to Terry Jones, the Gainsville preacher who threatened to burn thousands of Muslim holy books on September 11. The gift, a 2011 Hyundai from Brad Benson, was in fulfillment of his promise to give Jone ... More >>
To survive the ordeal of escaping Guatemala, Julia needed a big heart. But not this big.
Flickr: The PeacekeepersA scene from yesterday's devastating earthquake in Haiti.Charlie Crist juggled his schedule so he could fly down to Miami-Dade, where a press conference will be staged to comfort the Haitian people. But however little Crist has to lose in his Senate race against Marco Rubi ... More >>
The Weather Underground talked of peace, but FBI agents say members also planned a cop killing.
That election is this June in Iran, pitting Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, president of the Religious Neanderthal Republic of Iran, against Mir-Hossein Mousavi, a "reformist" who would moderate some of the nation's hard-line policies on human rights and in international diplomacy. That is, he'd steer it a few ... More >>
This February, 47-year-old Cezar Mancao went to the Philippine consulate in Fort Lauderdale to give a sworn affidavit. When the contents of his testimony were leaked this month to a Philippine news outlet, no one here seemed to notice, and nothing about it was reported in the U.S. press. His allega ... More >>
Rock 'n' roll maverick Henry Rollins talks politics and the upcoming election
The elephant in Guantanamo's living room gets 4,200 calories a day and a Koran.
What was really behind Farris Hassan's trip to Iraq? Ask his father, who has a fascinating and checkered past.
After 21 years, Donna Weaver seems to finally be zeroing in on her lost husband
Robb Tiller went from rags to riches and right back after 15 years spinning deals around the Seminole
Impeach the president? Yes. A well-documented case ties him to Abu Ghraib.
The INS screwed up when it let in the September massacre's mastermind
Plumbing the depths of the Christian Taliban
Admitting Terror, Part 2
Two top execs at the gaming company that Boulis built have deep ties to the Christian right
A former probation officer once saw the IRA as killers and the FBI as heroes. All that's changed now, as he investigates the Irish gun-smuggling case.
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.
Coming soon to a courtroom near you: dueling conspiracy theories that pit Fort Lauderdale's finest against their political bosses. One certain verdict: There's a price to pay for tangling with civic activist Sonny Irons.
Efforts to revitalize this rundown West Palm Beach neighborhood have failed. Miserably.