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AP-NORC Poll: Democrats feel mixed about nomination process
Democratic voters feel generally positive about all of their top candidates running for president, but they have only ...
Maryland college cancels classes after racist graffiti found
Officials at a Maryland university canceled classes for a day after graffiti threatening black students with lynching was discovered scrawled in academic buildings. The messages were found written ...
Turkey calls for end of government offensive on Idlib
Turkey's president spoke with two European leaders by phone Friday and called for an end to a Syrian government offensive on ...
Presidents of Russia, Belarus discuss oil price dispute
The presidents of Russia and Belarus discussed their continuing oil price dispute Friday that disrupted steady supplies of ...
Low-income immigrants are at greater risk of deportation starting Monday
Starting Monday, low-income immigrants who are on public benefits— or will one day need them— will be denied a visa or green ...
Planning to take in a spring training game? You need to know a few things
Put down the popcorn and grab some Cracker Jack. Baseball is back. With spring training games about to begin, you may need a ...
Should I trust my Apple Watch to monitor my heart?
Is it smart to trust your heart to your Apple Watch? Apple has built fitness trackers into its devices for years but entered ...
Commissioner Jordan nails it: Mayor Gimenez is ‘a chameleon.’ And worse | Opinion
Did you see the cloud of green fumes rising all over Miami-Dade County on Wednesday afternoon? It was the collective envy of ...
South Florida commercial real estate remained stable in late 2019. But will it last?
The health of the industrial, office and retail market in South Florida stayed relatively steady in late 2019. But will ...
Environmental agency proposes to regulate ‘forever chemicals’ in drinking water
PFAS don’t break down easily and have been found in drinking water supplies across the U.S., according to the Environmental ...
Why are Miami taxpayers spending $400,000 on a cat sculpture at Jackson Health campus?
When Miami-Dade County’s public health system unveils its new rehabilitation hospital next month, one of the first facilities ...
He was Miami’s second black judge. Overtown’s native son honored by legal community.
Miami historian Dorothy Fields stands next to the bust of her late uncle, the Honorable John D. Johnson, the second black ...