He began his career with CBS Interactive in Ft. Lauderdale, helping to make CBSSports.com a leader in live scoring and news information. Through sports media, he found a roster spot with Major League Baseball that took him behind the scenes and fulfilled a kid’s dream, from analytical data of a pitcher’s pitch to progressive measures in improving the game’s speed.
It brought the types of challenging experiences that supported a leap head first into the news industry, where James has been ever since.
The opportunity to engage and inform one of the most passionate communities in the country about the world around them doesn’t go unnoticed as a responsibility and privilege few get the chance to perform.
What do they want? Science! When do they want it? After peer review!
State officials are calling on Florida residents to help combat arson after hundreds of cases of wildfires are believed to have been started intentionally.
Every two hours, someone in South Florida overdoses on drugs.
The creator of the crudely popular “Cards Against Humanity” game has pledged to purchase and publish the browser history of all members of Congress after they voted to allow internet service providers to do the same to the public.
The future of online privacy is in the hands of President Trump.
In an open letter to President Donald Trump, the science guy has urged him to make continuing advancements in space science and exploration that will define NASA’s future for generations to come a priority.
In a series of tweets Saturday morning, President Trump accused his predecessor of a “Nixon/Watergate” spying scandal aimed at the Republican candidate during the race for the White House.
The White House hubbub with the media continued Friday during an off-camera press briefing held by Press Secretary Sean Spicer that let some in and kept some out.
A New York woman who finished second in the Ft. Lauderdale Half Marathon admitted that she cheated during the race after being caught red-handed by an eagle-eyed internet sleuth.
Conservative activist James O’Keefe has released what he says are more than 100 hours of raw audio secretly recorded inside a CNN Atlanta newsroom in 2009.