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HOMESTEAD, FL - MAY 11: People march together during a rally calling on President Barack Obama to immediately suspend deportations and for Congress to pass an immigration reform that’s inclusive of all 11 million undocumented people in the U.S. on May 11, 2013 in Homestead, Florida. The rally is part of what is being called a rolling fast in different places throughout the nation over the course of the next two months to bring what organizers say is a moral, prophetic voice to the immigration debate.
From the bison of the Great Plains (adjusting to the low rainfall and grasslands) to the crocodiles of the Florida Everglades (adapting to the wet and marshy conditions of Florida) and the beavers of northern states (acclimating to the colder, and more damp, conditions of the northern states), the wildlife of the U.S. has clearly adapted to the specific conditions found across the country
With Miami being the gateway to Latin America and the Caribbean, and the growing influence of Hispanics in the U.S., this is a natural collaboration for WLRN ... From Brazilians buying up real estate to Haitian earthquake survivors in our schools, what happens in Latin America and the Caribbean has a profound effect on South Florida, and it's our mission to cover that.
The operation is a ___joint___ effort among the Sheriff’s Office drug and vice unit, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Tri-County Drug Taskforce and the U.S. Customs and Border Protection.More quotes »
More Osprey aircraft heading to Japan
(AP) -- The U.S. will deploy a second squadron of the MV-22 Osprey to Okinawa despite controversy over the aircraft, officials said Monday.Amid persistent local worries and community protests about the safety of the aircraft, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel Read more »
US tries new aerial tools in Caribbean drug fight
(AP) -- Drug smugglers who race across the Caribbean in speedboats will typically jettison their cargo when spotted by surveillance aircraft, hoping any chance of prosecuting them will vanish with the drugs sinking to the bottom of the sea.That may be a le Read more »
Coast Guard talks to migrants picked up by cruises
(AP) -- The U.S. Coast Guard is interviewing migrant rafters rescued by two cruise ships off the Florida Keys.Petty Officer Mark Barney says Coast Guard officials will decide whether to send them back to their country of origin or turn them over to U.S. au Read more »
Cuban-American politicians decry Beyonce Cuba trip
all of the Cuban-American community lambasted their trip. Arturo Lopez-Levy, a Cuban economist and analyst who lectures at the University of Denver, said the trip and subsequent fallout were "a call to take a fresh look at the U.S. policy toward Cuba with Read more »
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Kosher prison food lawsuit goes forward
and Institutionalized Persons Act of 2000. The U.S. Department of Justice also filed suit against the Corrections Department in Miami federal court last year alleging the same violation. The denials force him, as an Orthodox Jew, “to choose between his religious from Miami Herald Read more »
Attorney Randy M. Weber Receives AV Preeminent® Rating from...
Arts Degree Magna Cum Laude in English. Upon graduating in the Top 2% of his Class at UGA, Mr. Weber was admitted to the University of Miami School of a Law as a Dean’s Honor Scholar and a recipient of the Dean’s Honor Scholarship, a merit-based full tuition from PRWeb Read more »
Young McCarthy sets sights on four state titles in a row
banners. “We know what’s at stake, we know what we want to do and accomplish,” said Gonzalez, committed to play at the University of Miami in 2015. Bielski, who is in his 24th year as a math teacher at Hialeah, took over at Broward’s McCarthy in 2008 not long from Miami Herald Read more »
Pap Corps Annual Gift Reaches $3.6 Million
Campaign for the University of Miami. In a message read by W. Jarrard Goodwin, M.D., Chief Medical Officer of Sylvester/University of Miami Hospital and Clinics, Pascal J. Goldschmidt, M.D., Senior Vice President for Medical Affairs and Dean of the Miller from UM Miller School of Medicine Read more »
Feds announce 33 new auto accident fraud indictments
Brinkmann covers law, accounting, automotive, energy and environmental issues. The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Miami announced 33 new indictments Thursday for automobile accident insurance fraud. According to a news release, the feds busted a ring of “fake accident” from South Florida Business Journal Read more »