Local News

Carnival's Historic Cruise Arrives In Cuba In a historic voyage, the first ship coming from the U.S. arrived in Cuba Monday morning.
Cameras Catch Duo Stealing From Miami-Dade Police Car Miami-Dade police are looking for two guys who broke into one of their officer's unmarked vehicles.
Man Accused Of Trying To Blow Up Synagogue Faces JudgeThe man accused of trying to detonate an explosive at a Jewish center in Aventura faced a judge Monday.
No Time To Revel In Game 7 Wins For Raptors And HeatThe exhilaration of winning Game 7s was short-lived for Toronto and Miami. It's back-to-work time.
Police: Woman Threatens To "Blow Up" Law EnforcementA woman who police say threatened to kill and blow up law enforcement officers, is behind bars.
Poll: Trump Nomination May Mean A Shift In Cuban-American VotersDonald Trump's possible nomination may mean a break between Miami-Dade County's influential Cuban-American voters and the Republican Party, according to a new poll.

Politics

Carnival's Historic Cruise Arrives In Cuba In a historic voyage, the first ship coming from the U.S. arrived in Cuba Monday morning.
Cruz Fights For Survival As Trump Eyes Indiana KnockoutTed Cruz's conservative crusade for the presidency fought for new life Monday ahead of an Indiana vote that could effectively end the GOP's primary season.
Poll: Trump Nomination May Mean A Shift In Cuban-American VotersDonald Trump's possible nomination may mean a break between Miami-Dade County's influential Cuban-American voters and the Republican Party, according to a new poll.
Fears Of Trump Drive Immigrants To Become CitizensWith GOP front-runner Donald Trump vowing to deport an estimated 11-million people living in the U.S. illegally, thousands of immigrants are applying for citizenship.
Trump, Clinton Itching To Engage Each Other After Indiana A day ahead of Indiana's primary Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are looking past their party rivals and instead looking at each other.
Malia Obama Entering Harvard, Plans To Take Year Off FirstPresident Obama's eldest daughter Malia will take a year off after graduating high school in June before enrolling at Harvard University in 2017, a year later than had been widely expected, the president and his wife said in a long-awaited announcement Sunday.

Entertainment

Met Fashion Exhibit Explores Dialogue Between Hand, MachineFor decades, argues Andrew Bolton, the star curator of blockbuster fashion exhibits at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, we've all been looking at fashion through a flawed prism. We've assumed, he says, that hand-made garments are better, purer, fancier, more luxurious. And that machine-made garments are inherently inferior, even mediocre.

Health

Preventing Zika's Spread Without ChemicalsHealth officials are asking everyone to be proactive against mosquitoes because of the potential spread of the Zika virus.
MLB Players Worried About Zika During Upcoming Puerto Rico Series
GMO Mosquito Plan Headed For Residents' Vote In Florida Keys Florida Keys residents will get to vote on whether genetically modified mosquitoes should be released in a study to possibly prevent the spread of the Zika virus among other mosquito-borne diseases.
Miami Beach Fire Rescue Launches Life Saving AppA potentially life saving app is now just a tap away.
CDC: Zika Definitely Causes Severe Birth DefectsThe Zika virus causes babies to be born with abnormally small heads and other defects, U.S. health officials confirmed Wednesday.
Study: Brain Implant Lets Paralyzed Man Regain Use Of HandA 24-year old man paralyzed due to a spinal cord injury regained use of his right hand thanks to a brain implant.

Tech

Thousands Pack eMerge Technology ConventioneMerge Americas, a convention in its third year in Miami Beach, brings together technology experts, enthusiasts and investors from all over the world.
FBI: Using Third-Parties To Break Encryption Not SolutionA senior FBI official is speaking out against third parties helping the FBI hack into locked iPhones saying it's not a solution.
New Tech Can Speed Up Chip Card TransactionsVisa Inc. will be introducing new Quick Chip for EMV which will speed up chip card transactions.
Microsoft Suit Is Latest Tech Clash With US Over PrivacyWith our lives uploaded more and more online, companies we trust with our digital secrets are clashing with authorities that want access to our messages, pictures and financial records.
Amazon's Latest Kindle Mostly Wants To DisappearAmazon is about to find out if fans of e-books will be willing to pay tablet prices for their e-reader.
Miami Beach Commission Nixes Cuban Consulate IdeaThe Miami Beach commission has thrown cold water on the mayor's hotly debated idea of a having a Cuban consulate in the city.

CBS National News

Florida Jewish center attack plot thwarted, feds say
Alabama mom arrested in death of baby in hot car
Judge grants request to move hot SUV death trial
Hastert first-ever punished by wrestling Hall of Fame
Authorities give update in Ohio family slayings
Sandusky presses appeal, wants to question ex-lawyers

CBS World News

U.S. Navy chief asks Russia to stop buzzing his ships
Cops: Men found dead in Jamaica were apparently shot
Elderly tourist couple testifies over brutal beating caught on tape
Rescued circus lions airlifted to South Africa
Anger as exec meets Korean victims of deadly disinfectant
For 1st time since 1978, U.S. cruise docks in Cuba

More From CBS Miami

Weather Forecast 24/7
Top Breakfast Sandwiches In South Florida

Listen Live