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Hannibal Buress Arrested For Disorderly Intoxication In Miami
"What I am detained for?” the comedian repeats in cellphone footage of the arrest.
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Judge Halts Razing Of Miami Forest Eyed For Walmart Center
Environmentalists say the land's development would harm 20 endangered plants and animals.
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Art Gaysel Founder, Alex Guerra, Discusses Miami's Gayest Art Show [NSFW Images]
Phillip M. Miner
Queer Advocate and profiler of Queer Artists
Each artist is also required to open the door to their hotel room during the event hours and engage with guests touring the show.
Don’t Be Misled By The Sexual Harassment “Reckoning”
Kerri Lynn Stone
Professor of Law, Florida International University College of Law
It seems like there is a new sexual harassment allegation bombshell each day in the world of media, politics, and entertainment
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Miami's White Nationalist And Supremacy Problem That Nobody Talks About
Writer & World Explorer
As a first-generation Dominican-American living in Miami, I attest to the story needing to be published.
10 Sex Tips You Haven't Heard A Million Times Before
So worth the effort.
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Early Signs That 2018 Will Be The Year Of The Climate Voter
Founder and Executive Director of the Environmental Voter Project
It’s hard to believe, but the 2018 election cycle is already here. The 2017 campaign lawn signs haven’t come down yet, but
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3 Miami Dolphins Players Kneel During Anthem, Reversing Team Policy
Head coach Adam Gase previously told players to stand or stay in the tunnel.
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Climate Change Is Already A Public Health Crisis, Top Medical Journal Says
Alexander C. Kaufman
Heatwaves, disease-carrying insects and prolonged allergies are some of the early symptoms noted in a major new report.
Jorge Adorno / Reuters
DREAMers Are Our Students And We Must Protect Them
Eduardo J. Padrón
President, Miami Dade College.
These individuals are American in every way.
Kevin Lamarque / Reuters
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A Kitten’s Scramble Was The Best Play On Thursday Night Football
This tailback must have been chasing a Raven.
FBI's Latest Terror Sting Sounds Like A Right-Wing Fever Dream
Ryan J. Reilly
A Honduran immigrant thought he was working with ISIS to bomb a Miami shopping mall, authorities say.
Florida Man Pleads Guilty To Hate Crime For Phoned In Mosque Threat
Gerald Wallace could face up to 20 years behind bars.
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Is 2017 The Year Of The Black Woman Mayor?
Co-Founder and Managing Director Higher Heights for America
Across the nation, black women are taking it upon themselves to impact their communities in the most direct way possible.
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7 Thrilling Books That Let You Live Dangerously
The Fact of a Body: A Murder and a Memoir by Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich "A powerful evocation of the raw pain of emotional
Fox Sports: We Will No Longer Air National Anthem Before NFL Games
"...however, our cameras are always rolling..."
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NFL Players Continue Peaceful Protests In Defiance Of Trump
Here's a list of players and teams who demonstrated during Sunday’s games.
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Miami Dolphins' Michael Thomas Fights Tears While Discussing Trump's Insults
"I take it personally."
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South Florida Immigrants And Communities Of Color Still Struggling To Recover Post-Irma
Center for Community Change Action
Social justice organization
By Thomas Kennedy In the last couple of weeks, Floridians have struggled with Hurricane Irma and its aftermath. Foreseeing
Little Havana Post-Irma
While Miami returns to normalcy after Irma, the neighborhood of Little Havana is still without power.
Harvey And Irma Could Have A Silver Lining
Since Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have unleashed their wrath on the U.S. ― two “thousand year” and $100+ billion in damage
As Much Of Miami Returns To Normal, Little Havana Sits In Darkness
"It's hard not to be envious when you look around and see lights everywhere. Meanwhile, you've got a candle that's burning. It's frustrating," one resident said.
Carlos Barria / Reuters
Riding Out Irma In Miami
While much of the population in Miami evacuated, some residents waited it out from their high-rises.
Will The Trump Administration Ever Acknowledge Climate Change?
Singer, actress, director, producer, writer, activist
Demand that your government faces the facts.
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Ahead Of Hurricane Irma, Miami Detained Homeless People Against Their Will
Authorities took the rare and controversial step to protect some people from the storm.
Carlo Allegri / Reuters
Millions Without Power As Weakened Irma Continues To Batter The Southeast
Officials warned the road to recovery would be "long and challenging."
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