A Costa Rican woman pleaded guilty Monday today to conspiracy to smuggle more than 25 undocumented immigrants from Cuba to the United States.
It was just a few years ago we were talking about Downtown Miami’s demise. Developers had overbuilt, the economy was tanking and more than 20,000 condos sat unsold. Today many of the condos still sit empty, but they are being sold at top dollar. The bizarre ups and downs of downtown real estate market are odd to say the least. What has happened around it is even stranger.
The U.S. Agency for International Development reportedly sent youth from several Latin American countries to Cuba to push for political change.
Journalists, coders and financial experts spent Saturday tracking “The Money Trail” across the Americas.
South Florida is looking to gain fame for more than its beaches, cruise ships and cafecitos.
On the neighborhood’s main street, Calle Ocho, cigar shops, art galleries and souvenir stores try to recapture the nostalgia of the community’s early years.
Writers and journalists throughout South Florida are remembering novelist Gabriel Garcia Marquez in Miami
Venezuelans in South Florida formed a human chain on Saturday to show solidarity with those protesting in Venezuela.
Since Miami is considered a hub for Latin American and Caribbean travel and trade, a top U.S. State Department official is in town to sign an agreement with Miami port of officials on security related issues in the Caribbean region.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez died of a massive heart attack.