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Trump Targets Bill Clinton, His Foundation In New AttackDonald Trump is accusing Hillary Clinton and her husband of turning to corruption while in public service.
First Time Ever, Cuban Lung Cancer Vaccine Being Tested In U.S. TrialA New York cancer research and treatment center has received approval from the Food and Drug Administration to conduct a clinical trial of an innovative lung cancer vaccine developed in Cuba.
Santa's Enchanted Forest Cancels Live Tiger Show In the wake of a tiger attack in Pensacola on Tuesday, South Florida’s Santa’s Enchanted Forest has cancelled its tiger show at the “World’s Largest Holiday Theme Park.”
Domestic Violence Survivors Now Able To Protect, House Pets At ShelterMany domestic violence victims who consider their pets as part of the family are having to choose between their pet and their own safety. Not anymore.
Judge Rejects Claim To Prince Estate From Woman And GirlA Minnesota judge has ruled that a woman and girl who claim to be Prince's niece and grandniece will not be considered heirs to the late music superstar's estate.
'Political Party Animals' Compete In Key West Pet MasqueradeFour-footed "party animals," including those spoofing American presidential candidates, pranced across an oceanfront stage at the Fantasy Fest Pet Masquerade in Key West.

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WATCH: Panthers Providing Great Highlights Early In The SeasonThe Florida Panthers were the surprise team of the NHL last season.
Dolphins Players, Officials To Deliver Supplies To Caribbean NationsMiami Dolphins players, officials and other members will be traveling to The Bahamas and Haiti this week to bring hygiene kits to the people effected by Hurricane Matthew.
Dolphins Headlines: Arian Foster Retires, Fins Sign Bacarri Rambo To Replace Reshad JonesDespite being in a bye week, the Miami Dolphins have had some things to iron out, including Arian Fosters retirement and replacing Reshad Jones, who will miss the remainder of the season with a shoulder injury.
Richt Wants Hurricanes To Understand Rivalry With Notre DameIt will be a rivalry renewed Saturday at 3:30pm when the Miami Hurricanes meet Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana.
Luongo, Panthers Continue Road Trip Against Young Maple LeafsIt’s been a season of solid hockey so far for the Florida Panthers but their record doesn’t quite indicate it.
Five Things: Cubs Even World Series As It Heads to WrigleyThe Cubs evened the series with a 5-1 victory over the Indians in Game 2.


Muhammad Ali's Greatest Words Of WisdomMuhammad Ali's cultural impact extended far beyond the boxing ring. With the release of "Muhammad Ali Unfiltered" you can read about all of his greatest moments and triumphs.
Homemade Loaded Hummus Recipe From Jennifer FarleyDo you believe everything is better with hummus? Spice up your life with this loaded hummus recipe from Jennifer Farley, author of "The Gourmet Kitchen."
Top Spots To Learn About South Florida HistoryThe history of South Florida is as diverse as the residents who live here. Greek, Spanish, Cuban, American Indian, and many other cultures are represented by the residents living and working in the Southern part of Florida. Learning about the history of Florida can be both educational and fun. Railroad museums, archeology museums, even the architecture has historical significance. Check out some of the venues listed below and learn about the glorious history of South Florida.
Top After-School Activities For Families Near South FloridaMany after-school events often involve parents cheering their kids on from the sidelines. But there are lots of other activities which promise fun for everyone. The whole family can take a hayride, volunteer at a pet rescue shelter, or creep through a Halloween haunted house together.
Top Pottery Shops In South FloridaBe sure to check out these local pottery shops in South Florida for some unique and beautiful pottery.
Visitor’s Guide To Downtown Fort LauderdaleOne of South Florida's greatest tourist treasures is the City of Fort Lauderdale. For history buffs, the city is named after a series of forts built by the United States during the Second Seminole War. Fort Lauderdale is a popular vacation spot because the sun shines almost all the time and the temperatures remain warm and inviting year-round. A tremendous variety of activities will keep visitors busy for their entire stay, ranging from golfing and boating to shopping and shows. This is the ultimate travel location that welcomes visitors from all over the world every day of the year.

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