Manuel Madrid is a staff writer for Miami New Times. The child of Venezuelan immigrants, he grew up in Pompano Beach. He studied finance at Virginia Commonwealth University and worked as a writing fellow for the magazine The American Prospect in Washington, D.C., before moving back to South Florida.
5 days ago | Broward News
Whether Martin's drowning was accidental is the defining question.
7 days ago | Politics
Rent-a-bank schemes are an age-old grift.
17 days ago | Politics
The secret to defeating Donald Trump? A big orange balloon, obviously.
24 days ago | Crime
Offering fancy clothes and luxury cars as bait to recruit vulnerable girls into years of prostitution, William Foster used South Florida as a home base for an expansive sex trafficking operation for at least 15 years, federal agents alleged in a c...
27 days ago | Broward News
The circus is coming to town, but not everyone is celebrating. The Sarasota-based Garden Bros. Circus, whose current North American tour has been met with protests and scathing news reports on several stops, must be hoping to encounter a warmer we...
1 month ago | Palm Beach News
To say GEO Group is in a slump is to put it mildly. The last time the prison company's stock prices remained this low was in 2016, when the Obama administration announced it would phase out all federal contracts with privatized correctional facili...