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  • 5-month-old revived in Florida highway drama; baby critical but stable

    A 5-month-old baby was saved from suffocation on a Miami highway thanks to the quick thinking of a group of highway Good Samaritans. Traffic halted when a woman jumped out of her car calling for help for a baby boy who had turned blue. That’s...
  • Boycott Arizona

    Boycott Arizona. Somebody design the T-shirts. Somebody ready the bumper stickers. Boycott Arizona. Gov. Jan Brewer has not said at this writing whether she will veto a bill passed by the state legislature that would allow businesses to refuse...
  • More silliness from Kansas

    "Discrimination," he said, "is horrible. It's hurtful. It has no place in civilized society..." You would think that statement, delivered recently in the Kansas legislature, a noble sentiment no right-thinking person could argue with. But we are gathered...
  • Al Golden reflects on emotional week for Miami program

    With the death of JoJo Nicolas and the undisclosed injury that sent Hunter Knighton to the hospital, it's been a tumultuous and emotional week for the Miami program.  Al Golden spoke to that Saturday after the Hurricanes ended their first practice of...
  • Welcome to the new normal

    President Clinton? Maybe, if Democratic voters have their way. While the Republican faithful are split between a number of contenders and not particularly enthusiastic about any of them, a new poll finds Democrats overwhelmingly united behind a Hillary...
  • If it doesn't work, it doesn't work. Period.

    "But it works." That, in three syllables, has been the go-to argument of the last two presidential administrations to justify assaulting civil liberties in the name of rooting out terrorists. It's a dubious line of reasoning, proceeding as it does...
  • Justin Bieber Arrested in Miami Beach for DUI and Drag Racing

    Singer Justin Bieber has been arrested in Miami Beach, Fla., for drag racing and DUI, according to police. The Miami Beach Police Dept., in a post on its official Twitter account, said Bieber was arrested Thursday morning after he was drag racing....
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  • MSNBC to Launch Ronan Farrow, Joy Reid In Daytime

    MSNBC said it would launch two new programs in its daytime schedule, including one hosted by Ronan Farrow, a Rhodes scholar and former Obama foreign policy official whose celebrity lineage has drawn much scrutiny. The network, which has made several...
  • On race, conservatives are silent

    "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character." -- Martin Luther King, Jr. Sometimes, you get the feeling that's the only King...
  • Justin Bieber arrest: Keyshawn Johnson stoked, Biebs waves to fans

    Justin Bieber may have been "crying his eyes out" after appearing in court Thursday in Miami, but his onetime neighbor Keyshawn Johnson was pretty much the opposite. "They finally caught HIM!," the former NFL and USC football star tweeted. "Glad no...
  • Royal Caribbean cruise cut short after norovirus-like outbreak

    Royal Caribbean cruise cut short after norovirus-like outbreak
    Royal Caribbean International is bringing its Explorer of the Seas cruise ship back to port two days early after more than 600 passengers and crew members fell sick with a stomach flu during a 10-day Caribbean cruise. The Miami-based cruise line made...