| Jan 18, 2015
| 10:20 PM
Few things are more frustrating than losing your keys or more gratifying than finding them, but Jonathan Rogers felt neither emotion when he found a Key to the City of Fort Lauderdale in South Africa.
Rogers saw a piece of history.
He says the key...
| Jan 28, 2015
| 10:08 AM
Longtime Grammy Awards executive producer Ken Ehrlich is next in line to get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in recognition of his extensive history of bringing pop music and television together.
Ehrlich will receive the 2,541st star on the Walk of...
| Jan 21, 2015
| 5:00 AM
Not since the 1980s have there been so many efforts aimed at urging colleges and universities to divest from stocks and other holdings for political and social causes. The campaigns are diverse: Fossil fuels and their effect on climate change. Israel's...
| Feb 12, 2015
| 12:11 PM
Artwork created by Nelson Mandela during his 27 years of imprisonment are on display in Miramar, the first time all 10 pieces in the series have been exhibited together in the U.S.
The third collaboration between Miramar and ArtServe in Fort Lauderdale,...
| Jan 16, 2015
| 3:04 PM
My reporter colleagues on the Sun Sentinel's Broward breaking news team -- Tonya Alanez (@tAlanez); Mike Clary (@MikeClary); Emily Miller (@EmilyBethMiller); Erika Pesantes (@EPesantes) and Wayne Roustan (@WayneRoustan) -- filed some excellent stories...
| Jan 12, 2015
| 2:09 PM
In a rare admission of error, the White House said Monday that President Barack Obama or another high-level representative should have joined dozens of world leaders at an anti-terror rally in Paris.
While leaders from Europe, the Middle East and...
| Dec 27, 2014
| 3:35 AM
Soon first daughter Malia Obama will be the decider, choosing which colleges to apply to and which one to attend beginning in the fall of 2016, as her father's presidency winds down.
She wants to be a filmmaker, the president has said. Last summer...
| Dec 17, 2014
| 4:51 PM
It was a handshake a year ago at Nelson Mandela’s funeral, and this week it was a long phone call.
President Obama and his Cuban counterpart, Raul Castro, have taken the strongest steps ever toward ending more than half a century of antagonist...
| Dec 5, 2014
| 7:13 PM
Nelson Mandela's selfless brand of leadership surprised the world and won him universal accolades during his lifetime. After being confined to Robben Island for most of his 27 years in prison, Mandela became South Africa's first black president, and his...
| Nov 15, 2014
| 9:00 AM
The photographs of young black men are startling in their contrasts: a slave in chains, a professor in a suit; a body dangling from a lynch mob's rope, a musician with a violin. The images illuminate a nation's racial divide and how African Americans...
| Nov 11, 2014
Tuesday's Pictures in the News begins in London, where the ceramic poppy art installation by artist Paul Cummins entitled 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' is seen lit up before sunrise in the dry moat of the Tower of London. The finished installation...