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Feds Go After Miami, New York City Real Estate Cash DealsThe U.S. Treasury Department announced Wednesday they will be going after Miami and New York City buyers, who are snatching up high-end real estate with cash.
Thousands Attend Gun Show In Wake Of Presidential Executive OrderThousands attended the Florida Gun Show in Miami Saturday following President Obama's controversial executive order on gun control.
Kanye West, Beck, Strokes To Perform At Governors Ball FestKanye West, Beck, the Strokes and the Killers are set to perform at the three-day 2016 Governors Ball Music Festival in June.
Obama Unveils Executive Action On Gun Control, Moved To Tears For Victims President Barack Obama- moved to tears while talking about the victims of gun violence- announced new gun control measures on Tuesday.
5 Of The Best New Year's Eve Celebrations In The WorldA look at five of the best New Year's Eve celebrations from around the world.
MDCPS Receives Threat Similar To Those In LA & NYCMiami-Dade County Public Schools said they received a threat Wednesday night similar to the threat received by New York City and Los Angeles schools.
Thanksgiving Parade Features Balloons, Bands, Heavy SecurityIt was a beautiful day for a parade in New York City.
3 Million People Expected To Attend NYC Thanksgiving ParadeIt’s one of the most recognized, time honored traditions in the country.
'Annie' On National Tour Is Led By A Keeper Of The FlameIf you catch the latest national tour of "Annie," you're in for a treat — the original director and lyricist is running the show. That's like drinking real Coke after years of only having New Coke.
Remains Of WWII Marine Found On Island To Arrive In FloridaRemains of a World War II U.S. Marine, recovered from a Pacific Island, will be buried in Florida near the grave of his twin brother.
Local Students Impressed By Pope's MessageIt was a packed house at Belen Jesuit as students and faculty watched Pope Francis address Congress, making history.
South Florida First Responders Mark 9/11 AnniversaryWith a march and a moment of silence, South Florida first responders marked the 14th Anniversary of the September 11th attacks.

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