For journalists, a politician in campaign mode can be a very tough interview. Disciplined candidates will stay on message, no matter what. Sometimes, you’ll expose a side of them that voters don’t get to see in their scripted appearances and campaign ads.
Fireworks in Coral Gables attracted an estimated crowd of 25,000 from around South Florida Friday night to celebrate Independence Day.
Florida’s senior senator is calling for a federal investigation, after our story on the birth tourism businesses that are springing up between Miami and Moscow. The agencies cater to wealthy and middle class women from former Soviet Bloc countries who want to give birth to an instant American citizen. But it’s the potential for Medicaid fraud that CBS4 investigates has uncovered, that is prompting the most outrage, reports CBS4 Anchor Rick Folbaum.
As the summer season officially gets underway, families all over South Florida are getting their backyard pools ready—and many are likely thinking of the Sloan family from North Miami.
A retired US combat veteran said he was discriminated against and humiliated at Miami International Airport.
We all know that tourism is the lifeblood of South Florida. But tonight, CBS4 Investigates… and we’ve uncovered a new kind of tourism that is promoting a shortcut to getting American Citizenship. It’s called Birth Tourism: women coming to the U.S. specifically to give birth. It’s all perfectly legal. And as we discovered… the Russians have turned it into a booming business right in our backyard.
The agent who interrogated former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein after he was captured is heading the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s office in Miami.
Does your spouse or live-in partner keep you from using your own credit cards, make you feel guilty about your shopping habits or make you show receipts for your purchases? If so, you could be in a relationship with a financial bully!
Florida Congressman Trey Radel returned to Capitol Hill this week for the first time since pleading guilty last fall to cocaine possession, being sentenced to a year of probation, and entering a rehab facility.
Students at the University of Miami’s School of Communication enjoyed a visit from one of the top executives in the media world, Leslie Moonves, the President and CEO of the CBS Corporation.