Alex Rodriguez says he plans to keep tabs on developments in Major League Baseball’s latest drug investigation — the one where his name keeps popping up along with several other stars.
Two Colombians who were facing the prospect of spending the rest of their lives in a U.S. prison for drug trafficking will go home much sooner after prosecutors were accused of withholding evidence about payments by the Drug Enforcement Administration to police in the South American country.
Nearly one year ago Ronald Poppo was the target of one of the most gruesome attacks in South Florida’s history. After his face was mutilated and eye gouged out by Rudy Eugene, Poppo was rushed to Jackson Memorial Hospital. On Tuesday several of the doctors responsible for his care talked about his progress.
You can it see it when models walk down the runway. A visible gap between their thighs, or a thigh gap. Teens and women are becoming dangerously infatuated with acquiring the thin legs and wide thigh gaps.
An FBI informant gives a first hand account of infiltrating terrorist groups to aid U.S. intelligence.
Ammunition sellers and manufacturers say there’s been a run on bullets and they can’t keep their shelves stocked.
The real-life murder, torture and kidnapping case from South Florida that’s behind the coming movie “Pain & Gain” indeed reads like a script — just not a funny one.
A South Florida professor placed on administrative leave over an educational firestorm is now defending himself. Deandre Poole, 32, a professor at Florida Atlantic University was embroiled in controversy when a student complained he was unfairly suspended from class for not writing the word ”Jesus” on a piece of paper and stomping on it as part of a class exercise.
The professor embroiled in a educational firestorm over his classroom practices has been placed on administrative leave.
Police said “Suave”, a Miami pimp, allegedly forced a 13-year-old runaway to tattoo his street name on her eyelids.