Journalists, coders and financial experts spent Saturday tracking “The Money Trail” across the Americas.
A rally for Nigerian schoolgirls was held Saturday morning in South Florida.
A U.S. Army veteran and Cuban native has discovered he may not be an American citizen.
Charlie Crist, the Democratic gubernatorial candidate, is calling for an end to the U.S. embargo on Cuba.
Could a push for business between the U.S. and Cuba be in the future? An increasing number of Florida’s powerful Cuban-American business and civic leaders — long the gatekeepers of U.S. policy toward Cuba — are going public with their desire to increase dialogue and even business between the two countries.
Michaels Stores is investigating a possible company data security breach that may have affected its customers’ payment card information, according to the company.
South Floridians are closely watching the situation in Syria, and opinions are divided over whether or not the U.S. should take military action.
A Miami man who police said shot three people in a rampage in Miami on Sunday is being held without bond after his arrest in Port St. Lucie.
For the first time in more than a decade, the U.S. Women’s soccer team has advanced to finals of the Women’s World Cup after defeating France, 3-1.
In a setback for relations with Cuba, on Friday government officials on the island nation suspended all mail service with the U.S.