Can Trump Make Real Change As President?Based on his unpredictable behavior during the campaign, many fear what Donald Trump will do in office.
Trump Supporters Say They Believe In The New 'Commander In Chief'With chants of "USA! USA!" Donald Trump supporters on Calle Ocho literally trumpeted in a new era, with a brass mariachi band.
Rape Victim Says She Trusted 'Ordained Minister' Before Alleged AttackThe victim of a violent rape in Hallandale Beach is warning other women about the man who allegedly attacked her.
Confrontation Near Parade Route Escalates, Pepper Spray UsedAs nearly a million people packed the streets of the nation's capital for the inauguration of Donald Trump, not all were cheering on the 45th President of the United States.
Ailing George H.W. & Barbara Bush Showing ImprovementFormer President George H.W. Bush and his wife, Barbara, are showing improvements.
U.S. Government Seeks $14 Billion In El Chapo CaseThe government is seeking a $14 billion forfeiture order as part of its prosecution of the notorious Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, according to a U.S. attorney in New York.
Trump Sworn In As 45th U.S. PresidentJust before noon, Donald Trump took the Oath of Office and was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States.
Florida Unemployment Rate Saw Slight Dip In 2016Florida ended 2016 with an unemployment rate that was down a bit from the start of the year.
Suspected Airport Shooter Used Florida License For Gun PermitEsteban Santiago provided a Florida driver's license when he applied for a gun permit in Puerto Rico, according to court records obtained by the Sun Sentinel.
The Obamas Release Video About Future Plans & Obama FoundationThe Obamas release video about their future plans and the Obama Foundation.
Women To March In Nationwide Rallies For RightsIn an effort to make their voices heard by the incoming Trump administration, thousands of women plan to rally at cities nationwide on Saturday.
Iconic Miami Herald Sports Writer Edwin Pope Dead At 88Legendary Miami Herald sports columnist Edwin Pope, who covered the first 47 Super Bowls and spent more than 50 years with paper, has died at 88.

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