According to Global Finance, the United States is the seventh wealthiest country in the world, sitting just behind Hong Kong and before the United Arab Emirates. Last year, 49 million Americans -- 14.5 percent of the total population -- lived in food insecure households; that included 15.9 million ... More >>
See also "Dash to Dubai: An FBI Fugitive Explains Why She Kidnapped Her Daughter and Fled Fort Lauderdale"Leslie Delbecq is a fugitive. She has a most-wanted profile, as do her parents.Since kidnapping her daughter from Fort Lauderdale in August of 2010 and fleeing to Dubai, Delbecq has been pursued ... More >>
You'll soon see this in Boca.Abu Dhabi, Munich, and Madrid were the first places to get ATM machines that dispense gold bars. Next up for the gold ATM is America, and the first two cities to get the machines are Las Vegas and Boca Raton. That's right, the city famous for 4 o'clock dinners is now ... More >>
Thousands of miles from the glamorous sand dunes of Abu Dhabi, in an entirely different beach town, four women clamored into their seats at the Muvico in Pompano Beach to watch the premiere of Sex and the City 2.We purchased our $11 tickets days in advance. My pals came decked out in strappy heel ... More >>
Flickr: hobbesdudeJesse LevineWhy would the tennis players who's arguably the world's greatest ever watch college players? Based on this article in the Sacramento Bee, Roger Federer was keeping tabs on Jesse Levine, the Boca Raton resident who two years ago was playing for the University of Flori ... More >>
Flickr: gmdhHerve Jaubert (middle) was once the toast of Dubai's high society.Sometimes you have to abandon questions of guilt and innocence and just admire the sheer audacity of a criminal suspect. Herve Jaubert is one of those cases.We told you about Jaubert, a resident of Wellington, a few wee ... More >>
Flickr: gmdhJaubert: Doesn't miss the camels or the cops he met in the Middle EastThe government of the United Arab Emirates was circling Herve Jaubert, growing increasingly certain that he was one among a cast of unscrupulous businessmen from the West whose collective greed brought an end to the ... More >>
How a mother of two ended up in a plot to smuggle high-tech gear to the enemy
Today is the ninth day that Shahrzad Mir Gholikhan (pictured above), a 31-year-old Iranian woman, has stood in front of a federal jury in Fort Lauderdale wearing brown scrubs and white plastic government-issued flip-flops. In a move that has been described as bold, crazy, or both, the polite, petite ... More >>
Cantina Laredo sells mole to the middle
Palm Beach memories didn't prepare us for this shock.
I saw Santa kissing... Vixen?