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Commissioner Diaz Apologizes In County Hall After DUI ArrestMiami-Dade Commissioner Jose 'Pepe' Diaz was back in county hall for the first time since his DUI arrest on Tuesday.
Elderly Woman Suffering Double Vision Given Second Chance At SightImagine waking up one day and seeing double. Now, imagine not being able to find out why or if there's a cure.
More Than 80K Fill Central Park For Pope's VisitThe people of New York opened their arms to Pope Francis in a way never seen.
Final Preps At Central Park For Pope's ProcessionNormally jaded New Yorkers turned out in droves early Friday to Central Park to claim their space for Pope Francis' procession later in the day.
Pope Expected To Highlight Hardships Of RefugeesPope Francis will highlight the hardships of refugees during his visit in the U.S. this week.
Security No.1 Priority For Pope's U.S. Visit\Pope Francis took off from Cuba Tuesday, headed for the United States where the biggest concern for his trip to three cities is safety.
New Gen. Cuban-American Headed To Cuba To Reconnect During Pope TripFriday morning, a delegation from the Archdiocese of Miami will leave for Cuba. In the group will be a local Cuban American making a special trip to the island with his mother, who will reconnect with her roots as Pope Francis brings a message of hope.
In TV Message, Pope Tells Cubans That Jesus Loves ThemPope Francis delivered an unprecedented televised message to the Cuban people ahead of a four-day trip to the island, telling them on state television Thursday night that Jesus "never abandons us" and he "loves you very much."
Cuba’s Foreign Minister Says Preps Underway For Pope’s Historic VisitPreparations are underway for the pope's visit to Cuba this weekend and the island's foreign minister said the country can't wait for Francis' historic journey.
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