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  • Rothstein's right-hand woman to be released from prison

    Rothstein's right-hand woman to be released from prison
    Scott Rothstein's former right-hand woman, who has been behind bars for the past three and a half years for her role in a conspiracy to launder money in connection with Rothstein's Ponzi scheme, "will be home for Christmas," her lawyer said Thursday....
  • Mayo: From pot to Scott, another year of highs and lows in Florida

    Mayo: From pot to Scott, another year of highs and lows in Florida
    In a parking garage outside his Fort Lauderdale office, Florida's only legal pot smoker lit up a fat joint. For more than 30 years, Irvin Rosenfeld has gotten marijuana from the federal government as part of an experimental program. He just learned a...
  • Rothstein vs. Rothstein: Divorce postponed, for now

    Rothstein vs. Rothstein: Divorce postponed, for now
    Kim Rothstein will have to wait a little longer to finally be rid of her Ponzi schemer husband — and the "Mrs. Scott Rothstein" moniker. The infamous couple's no-fault divorce, which was expected to be finalized Monday morning at a brief court...
  • Shouldn't Gov. Scott reveal names of 'shady' judges appointed by Crist?

    Shouldn't Gov. Scott reveal names of 'shady' judges appointed by Crist?
    If Gov. Rick Scott knows that former Gov. Charlie Crist appointed a lot of shady judges at the behest of convicted swindler Scott Rothstein, when is Gov. Scott going to release the names of all these crooked judges? Shouldn't we get them off the bench?...
  • Embarrassments keep coming at election time

     Embarrassments keep coming at election time
    At least the citizens of Dania Beach won't have to worry about electing a felon to their city commission. But it's fair to wonder if another city might face a similar problem in the future. The name of James Ridgely III, whose felony record makes...
  • Broker admits guilt in Rothstein fraud

    Broker admits guilt in Rothstein fraud
    A broker who played a relatively minor role in Scott Rothstein's $1.4 billion Ponzi scheme pleaded guilty to a wire fraud conspiracy charge Thursday afternoon. Richard L. Pearson, 57, of Miami, was a broker who worked in the Fort Lauderdale building that...
  • Tuesday: Will Rick Scott spend his millions to win the election?

    Tuesday: Will Rick Scott spend his millions to win the election?
          It is time for Gov. Rick Scott to bring out the heaviest hitter in his political arsenal. We’re talking about his wallet. After spending more than $75 million of his own money to get into the governor’s mansion four years ago,...
  • Fan-free and factually challenged, Crist and Scott slug it out again

    Challenging each other's command of facts, empathy and ethics, Republican Gov. Rick Scott and Democratic challenger Charlie Crist gave CNN's national audience a mouthful of their Florida political fisticuffs. Their third and final debate Tuesday night...
  • Scott, Crist stay in attack mode in final gubernatorial debate

    Scott, Crist stay in attack mode in final gubernatorial debate
    Challenging each other's command of facts, empathy and ethics, Republican Gov. Rick Scott and Democratic challenger Charlie Crist gave CNN's national audience Tuesday night a large dose of their Florida political fisticuffs. Their third and final debate...
  • Rothstein's ex-general counsel admits fraud

    Rothstein's ex-general counsel admits fraud
    The man who was Scott Rothstein's general counsel at the notorious Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler law firm pleaded guilty to wire fraud conspiracy Thursday. David Boden, 53, of Hallandale Beach, who received a salary of $500,000 a year, admitted his role...
  • Strippers, emails color Florida governor's race

    Strippers, emails color Florida governor's race
    TALLAHASSEE – Florida voters have almost survived another toxic but non-fatal overdose of their politicians. But it's not too late to kick up a cloud of pseudo-scandal in the blind hope that it swings your decision. Republican Gov. Rick Scott and...