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Jose Reyes Returns To New York, Hitless As Mets Beat Marlins, 2-1 (VIDEO)

Chris Greenberg | June 24, 2012 | Sports
NEW YORK — Jose Reyes went hitless in his return to Citi Field and Lucas Duda lined a tiebreaking single in the eighth inning that caromed off reliever Edward Mujica, sending the New York Mets to a 2-1 victory over the Florida Marlins on Tuesday night. Johan Santana and Josh...

Narcy Novack Trial: Rebecca Bliss, Porn Actress, Testifies About Affair With Ben Novack Jr

Michael McLaughlin | June 24, 2012 | Crime
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — A former prostitute and porn actress testified Tuesday that she had a yearlong affair with a Florida millionaire that ended only when he was beaten to death. Rebecca Bliss, 40, her arms and legs heavily tattooed, said she met Ben Novack Jr., whose father built the...

Marco Rubio Delivering 'Major' Foreign Policy Speech

Luke Johnson | April 24, 2012 | Politics
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) is giving what is being billed as a "major address" on foreign policy Wednesday at the Brookings Institution in Washington. Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.), who caucuses with Democrats and isn't running for re-election in 2012, is introducing Rubio. "The senator will explore what Americans need to...

Whoopi Goldberg: George Zimmerman's Apology Has 'No Bearing' For Trayvon Martin's Parents (VIDEO)

Katherine Fung | April 24, 2012 | Media
Whoopi Goldberg came down on George Zimmerman for the manner in which he apologized to Trayvon Martin's parents on Tuesday's "View." Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch volunteer who shot Martin in February, was granted bail on Friday. He had apologized to Martin's family at his bond hearing, adding...

Narcy Novack Trial: Prosecutor Calls Murder Of Ben Novack Jr. 'A Sadistic Killing'

Michael McLaughlin | April 24, 2012 | Crime
A woman charged with hiring killers to brutally murder her rich husband and his mother was motivated by "jealousy, retribution and greed," according to a New York prosecutor. The trial of Narcy Novack, 54, and her brother Cristobal Veliz, 57, opened Monday in suburban Westchester County, where her...

WATCH: Call Me Maybe Cover By University of Florida Students

William McGuinness | April 25, 2012 | College
Justin Bieber might have helped make Carly Rae Jepson's 'Call Me Maybe' a hit with his cover, but University of Florida students may have just made it legendary. Check out the cover's creators on Twitter. In an interview with, Jepson says, "['Call Me Maybe'] kind of started as this love song, and it turned out to be a pick-up song." Now, it seems many others are picking it up. UPDATE: Those in the video are Danny Mckean, Alejandro Alvarez, Dustin Wallace, Michael Kissane, Nader Sinno, Ali Rizk, Lydia Witschel, Brittany Kaufmann, Brady Malone, Nicole Georges and Boo the...

Matthew Newton, Australian Actor, Arrested Again For Punching Miami Hotel Clerk (WATCH)

Amanda McCorquodale | June 24, 2012 | Miami
Australian actor Matthew Newton, 35, has been arrested for the second time in a month in Miami, making his off-screen bad boy antics more famous than his onscreen roles. In the most recent incident on April 17, Newton was arrested for punching and shoving a clerk at the Courtyard Marriott...

Meet The Rejuvenated, Revitalized LeBron

Janie Campbell | June 24, 2012 | Miami
LeBron James sinks into a restaurant booth on the first floor of the Westin in Jersey City, N.J., and orders a chamomile tea. The sun is setting on a Saturday in the middle of April, and through the windows he can see cars snaking toward the Holland Tunnel, beckoned by...

Brian McKnight Announces ‘Adult Mixtape' And Previews ‘If You're Ready To Learn' (VIDEO)

Brennan Williams | April 24, 2012 | Black Voices
Known for belting out smooth chart-topping hits, R&B singer Brian McKnight has decided to take on a more mature topic for his latest project. The platinum-selling crooner recently previewed his new track, “If You’re Ready To Learn,” via YouTube on Monday and has a spawned a backlash from fans due...

Special Education Teacher Evaluation Methods A Struggle

Emmeline Zhao | April 24, 2012 | Education
MIAMI -- Since the first day of class this school year, Bev Campbell has been teaching her students how to say their names. Some of the children in her class have autism. Others have Down syndrome or other disabilities. "People don't understand where they've come from," she says. "It's slow."

Connie Mack Declines To Take Position On Student Loan Interest Rate Extension

Luke Johnson | April 24, 2012 | Politics
Rep. Connie Mack (R-Fla.), who is running for U.S. Senate, declined to say Tuesday whether he would extend the current interest rate on federal student loans, which will double on July 1 if Congress does not extend it. MSNBC's Chuck Todd asked him where he stood on the...

Kurt Mix, BP Engineer, Faces First Oil Spill Charges (UPDATES)

John Rudolf | April 24, 2012 | Green
Federal officials arrested a former BP engineer on charges of obstruction of justice on Tuesday, in the first criminal charges filed in connection with the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Kurt Mix, 50, a senior BP drilling engineer, allegedly destroyed...

Cocaine Brain? Cognitive Decline Tied To Chronic Use Of Illicit Drug

Travis Korte | April 24, 2012 | Science
Although cocaine makes people feel more alert and on top of things in the moment, it can leave users vulnerable to a much slower brain in the long run. A new study shows that chronic use ages key parts of the brain at an accelerated rate....

South Florida Survivalists Prepare For The Apocalypse

Christiana Lilly | April 24, 2012 | Miami
Jorge Villa was an exporter with an engineering degree from the University of Miami when Hurricane Andrew struck Kendall in 1992. As the storm arrived, he took his pregnant wife and the rest of his family to a warehouse space across from the Tamiami airport.

Top 15 Badass Women Chefs in America

Christiana Lilly | April 24, 2012 | Miami
The ever-evolving world of culinary professionals in this country is not unlike the cut-throat industries of politics and finance. The rate at which women are becoming professional chefs is continuing to increase, but the superstar names in the field still tend to be overwhelmingly male.

Michael Novatka Arrested For Burglary And Criminal Mischief; Claims To Be Prophet

Amanda McCorquodale | April 24, 2012 | Miami
A West Palm Beach man was arrested Sunday after police say he ransacked a local business and destroyed three cars, claiming to be on a mission from God. According to an arrest affidavit obtained by Palm Beach Post, Michael Novatka, 26, told police he was a prophet sent...

Skin Conditions: Common And Annoying Skin Conditions (PHOTOS)

Arti Patel | April 24, 2012 | Canada Style
By: Nicole Blades of Daily Glow We’ve all heard it: Love the skin you’re in. Although this advice sounds simple enough, exasperating skin conditions like ingrown hairs, cellulite, and brown skin spots make it anything but easy for you to follow through. To get to...

311 Sends Miami Marlins Fans To Sun Life Stadium

Christiana Lilly | May 9, 2012 | Miami
It takes time to adjust to change, and the new Marlins Park is apparently requiring even more time. Two Fish fans heading to a baseball game were accidentally routed to Sun Life Stadium by Miami-Dade County's 3-1-1 Answer Center,reports CBS Miami. Marilyn Carroll and...

'Scarface' Actor Angel Salazar Busted For DUI

Lee Hernandez | April 25, 2012 | Latino Voices
Say hello to a DUI. is reporting that actor Angel Salazar—the guy who played Tony Montana’s (Al Pacino) cocaine-retrieving associate Chi Chi in “Scarface” (1983)—was arrested for DUI in Brooklyn last week. According to court records, Salazar was behind the wheel of a...

Camaro In Pool: Classic Car Takes A Dip When Driver Loses Control In Pembroke Pines (VIDEO)

Janie Campbell | June 24, 2012 | Miami
Floridians are no stranger to finding unusual items in their pools -- check out this giant Burmese python that went for a dip, or the blind stallion that went horsing around the pool -- but a 1967 Camaro just might take the cake. A family...
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