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  • Sochi Olympics: Finland names men's hockey team replacements

    Sochi Olympics: Finland names men's hockey team replacements
    SOCHI, Russia -- Finland’s men’s hockey team had a hard time finding replacements when standout NHL forwards Mikko Koivu of the Minnesota Wild and Valtteri Filppula of the Tampa Bay Lightning had to withdraw because of injuries. The team&...
  • Huber Matos Benitez dies at 95; Cuban revolutionary broke with Castro

    Huber Matos Benitez dies at 95; Cuban revolutionary broke with Castro
    Huber Matos Benitez, whose disenchantment with the Cuban Revolution he had helped lead brought him the wrath of Fidel Castro and 20 years in prison, died Thursday in Miami after a heart attack. He was 95. His death was confirmed by his grandson, Huber...
  • History comes alive at free Everglades National Park celebration Saturday

    History comes alive at free Everglades National Park celebration Saturday
    Get free entry to Everglades National Park at the Homestead entrance to celebrate the fourth annual "Vintage Day." Turn-of-the-century South Florida history comes alive from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. as costumed Gladesmen, gator and plume hunters, park wardens,...
  • Life, death and small government

    Marlise Munoz was 33 when she died. She was at home when she collapsed from an apparent blood clot in her lungs. It was an hour or more before her husband, Erick, found her. He says doctors pronounced her brain dead, though John Peter Smith Hospital in...
  • Joe Morgan still has a lot to offer baseball

    Joe Morgan never retired from baseball. He just stopped playing in games. He is 70, going on 45. What we remember — the left-handed batter swatting hits as easily as we swat flies — remains the essence of who he is and what he will always...
  • Boomers, it's time to reassess our legacy

    The new year is but a few days old, and already, before it has had time to grow whiskers and wrinkles, 2014 can claim its very own historic milestone: The youngest baby boomers have begun turning 50. Along with that big five-oh, come discounts -- yay! --...
  • Fourth Amendment is going, going...

    Perhaps you've heard of the Fourth Amendment. That's the one that guarantees freedom from unfettered government snooping, the one that says government needs probable cause and a warrant before it can search or seize your things. That guarantee would...
  • Stephen Goldstein: Rubio's "poverty" ideas not worth a dime

    Republicans have just discovered poverty and income inequality — a remarkable revelation, considering they have caused so much of it. On the 50th Anniversary of Lyndon Johnson's "War on Poverty," the tea party-GOP has declared it a failure. And...
  • Report: Davone Bess had bizarre run-in with police before Dolphins dealt him

    Report: Davone Bess had bizarre run-in with police before Dolphins dealt him
    The Miami Herald is reporting that then-Miami Dolphins receiver Davone Bess had a bizarre incident involving the police in March of last year, less than a month before the Dolphins--who knew about the incident but kept quiet--sent the troubled player to...
  • A big issue for small minds

    Everybody's got something. Maybe it's something you were born with, maybe something that happened to you, maybe something you did to yourself through bad habits or neglect. But everybody's got something, some physical or emotional blemish measuring the...
  • Forget the invented Velveeta shortage

    If you're a sports fan -- or simply a sociable gal or guy -- the confluence of the Super Bowl and the Winter Olympics means you're probably stocking up on the must-have party dips, chips and vittles that are oh-so-tasty going down but oh-so-bad when...
  • 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...