Tattoos, botox, body, face and tongue piercings, nose jobs, facelifts…people have long been willing to subject themselves to pain to change their appearance. But a fairly new trend in extreme body modification in Japan takes the cake… or should I say, the bagel?
How good is life in the U.S.? The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s second Better Life Index says pretty good.
A group of performers traveling the world entertaining our troops is making its way to South Florida.
The moon landing, the assassination of JFK, the 9/11 attacks, the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. They are events and days that defined recent American history like no others.
The website, buzzfeed.com, has come up with its list of the most powerful images of the year and that’s exactly what they are: powerful.
Ft. Lauderdale based AutoNation Inc. said Tuesday its new vehicle sales fell 3 percent in August.
Florida has sometimes been called “God’s Waiting Room” for the older population that often retires to the Sunshine State. But, it turns out that phrase may apply to the Deep South, but not necessarily to Florida, according to a new study.
If you are planning on car shopping this summer and have you’re eyes set on a new Toyota, you may have some trouble finding the model you want.
The Bascom Palmer Eye Institute of the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine is getting involved in helping those in the earthquake and tsunami-ravaged northeastern region of Japan.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has given Florida high marks for a nuclear power plant emergency exercise conducted in South Florida.