Hurricane Irma Further Weakens Cuba’s Crumbling InfrastructureCuba is just one of the many countries recovering from Hurricane Irma. 
Documentary Showcases Emilia Teurbe Tolon, Cuba’s Betsy RossA Miami filmmaker is taking his audiences back 167 years to explore the history of Cuba. 
Hurricane Andrew: One Of Those Events You Remember Where You Were When It HitHurricane Andrew is one of those events where you remember exactly where you were and who you were with.
Rep. Wasserman Schultz Distancing Herself From IT Staffer Facing Bank Fraud ChargesRep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz is breaking her silence on the arrest of an IT staffer who also worked for several other Dems in Congress.
US Embassy Workers In Cuba Get Sick, Cuban Officials Asked To LeaveSome U.S. embassy workers in Havana, Cuba had to come back to the U.S. after suffering "physical symptoms," prompting an investigation. 
Venezuela’s Top Court Orders Opposition Mayor JailedThe Venezuelan government is making it harder for opposition groups to take to the streets.
Venezuelan Government Blaming Opponents In Miami For Attack On Military BaseThe Venezuelan government has called an attack at a military base a terrorist action, placing the blame partly on opponents here in South Florida. 
"Never Give Up": Student Surprised With $30K College ScholarshipA Miami senior high school student was surprised Tuesday with a $30K college scholarship from the Kiwanis Club of Biscayne Bay.
Miami Billionaire Starts Fund To Help Undocumented ImmigrantsA Miami billionaire is putting his money where his mouth is when it comes to helping undocumented immigrants facing deportation.
Venezuela’s President Wants To Scrap Existing Government, Rewrite ConstitutionEmbattled President Nicolas Maduro wants to scrap the existing government and basically start all over again.
Moving U: Dadeland Mall Walkers Find Fitness, Friendships & FunThe Dadeland Walkers find fitness, friendships and fun walking four mornings a week in the air-conditioned mall.
Venezuelans Taking Desperate Measures To Survive: ‘I Ate Some Rice That Had Worms’A deepening economic crisis in Venezuela is forcing its citizens into poverty at an alarming rate, and in a country where humanitarian aid is not available, people are taking desperate measures to survive.

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