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  • Beyonce: A few reasons we're gaga for this pop star

    Beyonce: A few reasons we're gaga for this pop star
    Beyonce will perform two concerts here this week, both sold out (while, when last we checked, next week’s show in her hometown, Houston, was not). This makes perfect sense — Mrs. Carter was made for South Florida. It takes a certain brand of...
  • Groups push to lift needle exchange ban in funding bill

    Needle exchange advocates are urging lawmakers to use a coming must-pass budget bill to lift the decades-old prohibition on spending federal funds for clean syringes for drug users, supporters of the effort said Thursday. The groups are pressing...
  • Laughter, 'selfie' reflect festive mood at Nelson Mandela memorial

    Laughter, 'selfie' reflect festive mood at Nelson Mandela memorial
    Three world leaders -- a white conservative, a black liberal and an unpretentious woman governing the happiest country on Earth -- mirthfully huddled together for a photo capturing a momentous event. Nelson Mandela would have been pleased. The...
  • After State of the Union, GOP assails Obama while showing disunity

    After State of the Union, GOP assails Obama while showing disunity
    WASHINGTON— Republicans took multiple tries to deliver their reaction to President Obama's State of the Union address Tuesday night. In addition to the officially sanctioned Republican Party response by Washington Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers and a...
  • Obama, Romney clash over world affairs in final debate

    Obama, Romney clash over world affairs in final debate
    – The eyes of the world were on South Florida on Monday evening as issues of the world — foreign and military policy — took center stage in a presidential campaign that's been dominated, until now, by the economy. President Barack Obama...
  • Courting Jewish voters, presidential candidates tout support for Israel

    Courting Jewish voters, presidential candidates tout support for Israel
    It began like a hailstorm and hasn't let up. First, spirited sniping over Israel between President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney during their Boca Raton debate. Then came the Democratic and Republican surrogates, intensifying protracted efforts...
  • Frankel named to Foreign Affairs panel

    Frankel named to Foreign Affairs panel
    U.S. Rep. Lois Frankel, D-West Palm Beach, was named to the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Friday. Frankel, who was sworn in Thursday to represent parts of Broward and Palm Beach counties, said the Foreign Affairs panel would "allow me to work on...
  • Average S. Fla. family will see additional $11 a week, under Obama plan

    Average S. Fla. family will see  additional $11 a week, under Obama plan
    The average South Florida family will see $11 more a week in paychecks if President Barack Obama's jobs bill passes. The average family in Broward and Palm Beach counties are already enjoying a $20 a week cut in their payroll taxes after Congress...
  • Inside story of how Ted Deutch maneuvered into committee leadership

    Inside story of how Ted Deutch maneuvered into committee leadership
    The Capitol Hill news organization Roll Call has the inside story about how U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch, D-Boca Raton, out-maneuvered a more senior Democrat for the party's top spot on a key subcommittee of the Foreign Affairs Committee. On Tuesday, he was...
  • Orlando Bosch dies at 84; Cuban militant acquitted of 1976 bombing of jet

    Orlando Bosch dies at 84; Cuban militant acquitted of 1976 bombing of jet
    Orlando Bosch, a prominent Cuban militant who was acquitted in Venezuela of the 1976 bombing of a Cuban jetliner, died Wednesday at a suburban Miami hospital. He was 84. Bosch's wife, Adriana, said the exiled opponent of communist Cuba's Fidel Castro had...
  • It's getting easier to visit Cuba

    It's getting easier to visit Cuba
    WASHINGTON -- Betsy Blades has been curious about Cuba ever since 1959 when she was 15 years old and watched news clips of Fidel Castro’s revolution. The retired social worker from Baltimore, now 68, will seize a chance to visit the forbidden...