Britain’s Prince Harry will visit the U.S. in the fall to promote the Invictus Games, the sporting event for wounded, injured and sick service personnel.
U.S. officials say the diplomatic thaw with Cuba has led to a new collaboration with the island’s scientists to study the ghost orchid—one of the world’s rarest flowers.
At the stroke of midnight, full diplomatic relations were restored between the United States and Cuba. The new era began with little fanfare, the diplomatic missions of each country were upgraded from interests sections to embassies.
Five men, serving life sentences for drug crimes in Florida, have had those prison terms cut by President Barack Obama.
Big celebrations across South Florida as the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team beat Japan in the World Cup Championship.
A Miami sports marketing executive, allegedly tied to the FIFA corruption scandal, pleaded not guilty to conspiracy and other charges.
Swedish furniture retail company IKEA is recalling thousands of safety gates due to a fall hazard.
Raul Castro and Pope Francis met at the Vatican Sunday. It’s a meeting that has people talking from Cuba to South Florida.
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.