Luigi Boria

NBCUniversal Dumps Donald TrumpNBCUniversal, who has business and financial ties to Donald Trump, has decided to no longer work with the mogul and Republican presidential candidate over his “derogatory comments” aimed at Mexican immigrants.
Univision Drops Trump, Miss Universe Over "Insulting Remarks"Television station Univision just cut its ties to Donald Trump and his organization after Trump recently blamed Mexico for many of the problems in the United States.
Reactions Differ On Marco Rubio's Presidential AnnouncementMore than a thousand people poured into the freedom tower to witness history while a couple hundred others stood outside voicing their opposition.
Tempers Flared In Doral City Hall Over VenezuelaIt was supposed to be a show of solidarity with the Venezuelan people on Thursday but as with all things at Doral City Hall, it came with a side dish of drama. Tempers were flaring and there was some yelling.
Local Lawmakers Call For Sanctions Against Venezuelan RegimeAs the violence worsens in Venezuela, several South Florida lawmakers have come out asking for sanctions to be imposed against the country's socialist regime led by President Nicolas Maduro.
Doral Mayor Gearing Up To Fight A Recall PetitionIs a recall election in Doral Mayor Luigi Boria’s future? It is if some local businessmen have their way.
Drama In Doral Drones On The drama at Doral City Hall continued into the wee hours of Thursday morning.
Doral City Manager Gets Vote Of Confidence, Despite Termination Attempt By MayorA motion to terminate Doral City Manager Joe Carollo instead turned into a 3-2 vote of confidence for the administrator.
Doral Mayor Under Microscope For Role In Land DealThe Miami-Dade County Commission on Ethics and Public Trust is reviewing the mayor of Doral’s role in a land deal.
Doral Passes Resolution Supporting Citizenship For Venezuelan IllegalsMayor Luigi Boria, who attracted national attention for his proposal to make Doral an officially bilingual city, has turned his focus to immigration reform.
S. Fla. Venezuelans Cheer Death Of Chavez, New Beginning For CountrySouth Florida’s Venezuelan population took to their local restaurants and bars to discuss the death of their controversial leader Tuesday night.
S. Florida City Wants Spanish As Official Second Language¿Qué Pasa Doral? City officials would like to see Spanish made the official second language in hopes of attracting more foreign businesses.
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