A computer outage closed down some Starbucks stores through the U.S. including in Florida. Some gave away free drinks.
Long lines and wait time is often part of the process when flying internationally. But, in an effort to “enhance” experience at customs, Miami International Airport is introducing a new customs mobile app.
At shopping malls across South Florida security was visible, but typical, two days after a Somali terror group issued a call for attacks on shopping malls in the U.S., Canada and Britain. There was no evidence of panic in the parking lots here.
The top lobbying group for Florida’s seaports wants the state to establish a marketing campaign to help lure cargo-shipping companies from major ports in other areas of the country.
It’s sentencing day for Anthony Bosch, the man accused of selling steroids to Alex Rodriguez and other Major League Baseball players for years.
Officials are searching the waters for a pair of fisherman who sent a mayday call saying their boat was taking on water in the Gulf of Mexico.
Fidel Castro has broken his silence on the renewed diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United Sates on Monday.
On the eve of the landmark announcement signaling a policy shift between the U.S. and Cuba, a group of Cubans tried to flee the communist island.
We’ve all heard of the elite Navy Seals, and their daring, secret missions, but there’s another elite military unit you’ve probably never heard of, until now.
According to the recall, 221,558 Cadillac XTS and Chevrolet Impala sedans possibly have brake pads that can stay partially engaged even when they’re not needed, increasing the risk of a fire.