Snacks For Attacks, Part 2: Detention Center Beatings Leave Kids Feeling UnsafeIn 2005, following the death of 17-year-old Omar Paisley, Dale Dobuler took over as superintendent of the Miami-Dade Juvenile Detention Center. The detention center was under intense scrutiny because of the teen’s death. For days Paisley had writhed in pain, suffering from a bout of appendicitis. The guards and nurses, however, ignored his pleas for help and Paisley ultimately died from a ruptured appendix.
Ben Carson's Advice On Mass Shooting Under ScrutinyBen Carson's call for those caught in mass shootings to rush the attacker is drawing criticism from public safety experts and no support Wednesday from his presidential rivals.
Snacks For Attacks, Part 1: Inside A Dysfunctional Dade Juvie Detention CenterThe Miami-Dade Juvenile Detention Center, made infamous 10 years ago when guards and nurses allowed a teenage boy to suffer a painful and preventable death from appendicitis, is facing a new scandal after another 17 year old died because he failed to receive the proper medical attention after being beaten by as many as twenty kids.
Bush Touts Upbeat Vision With Iowa Speech And New Video Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush is telling an audience of eastern Iowa party faithful that a conservative will win the White House if the party convinces Americans it can knock down barriers to economic growth.
Rubio Criticizes Government Regulation Of On-Demand EconomyRepublican presidential candidate Marco Rubio vowed Tuesday to cap the number of regulations government can impose on businesses, particularly "on-demand" startups like Uber and Airbnb that he considers models for a changing national economy.
Race Matters: A Look Inside Broward Pot ArrestsOn Tuesday, Broward County Commissioners will consider an ordinance allowing police and sheriff's deputies the option of issuing a ticket to individuals caught with a small amount of marijuana rather than formally arresting them.
Fiorina Makes Distortion Of Planned Parenthood A CenterpieceRepublican presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina has spent the last two weeks repeating an erroneous description of videos secretly recorded by anti-abortion activists. That seems bound to continue as she makes her opposition to Planned Parenthood a centerpiece of her 2016 campaign.
Abortion, Birth Control, Race Top Supreme Court's AgendaAbortion, birth control and race are among the most divisive issues the Supreme Court will confront over the next nine months, amid a presidential election campaign in which some candidates are talking pointedly about the justices and the prospect of replacing some of them in the next few years.
Bush, Clinton Display The Political Divide Over Gun ControlPresidential hopeful Jeb Bush and other Republicans declared their opposition to stiffer gun laws Friday in the aftermath of the Oregon college mass shooting, while Democratic candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton called for a national movement to counter the power of the National Rifle Association.
Bush Donors Embrace New Mantra: He's Built To LastJeb Bush's challenge in the first half of the year was daunting yet simple. To be considered a fundraising success, the Republican presidential candidate had to hit the magic number of $100 million, an ambitious goal set by some in his campaign. And he did.
Bush Says NFL's Washington Redskins Name Not OffensiveChanging the name of the Washington Redskins, a name some Native Americans find offensive, has been a decades-long debate – one that Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush recently chimed in on.
Rubio Ramping Up Campaign With More Time In Early StatesAfter a summer largely spent raising money for his Republican campaign for president, Marco Rubio says he's about to start spending a whole lot more time in Iowa and the other early voting states.