Headed To Obama: Bill To Extend Sanctions Against Venezuela- A bill that would extend sanctions against those violating human rights in Venezuela is heading to the president.
WHO: Zika's Possible Link With Birth Defect "A Public Health Emergency" World Health officials met Monday for an emergency session to decide whether the mosquito-borne Zika virus and a possible link to a birth defect should be considered a Public Health Emergency of International Concern.
WHO Officials To Hold Special Session On Zika VirusWorld Health officials will meet Monday for an emergency session on the Zika virus as the amount of cases for the mosquito-borne virus keeps growing.
CDC Releases Guidelines For Infants Infected With Zika Virus Health officials released new guidelines for evaluating and testing infants that may have the mosquito-borne Zika virus.
Buying A Broward Home Just Got More ExpensiveThe price of buying a home in Broward County just got a bit higher.
CDC Warns Of More Countries With Zika CasesHealth officials added more countries to the list of places to watch out for when it comes to the mosquito-born Zika virus.
Zika Cases Reported In Dade, Hillsborough CountyFlorida health officials have confirmed three cases of the mosquito-borne Zika virus in the state.
Venezuelan President Accepts Defeat As Locals CelebrateVenezuelan President Nicolas Maduro accepted his defeat minutes after the election results in Venezuela were released.
NTSB To Investigate Plane Fire Through The WeekendAn investigation is underway into why a plane caught fire at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
Delayed Travelers Finally Take Off A Day After Plane FireBoarding buses for the airport, tired and traumatized passengers from the Dynamic Airways flight that caught fire on the tarmac Thursday say they feel fortunate to have escaped.
Police: International Burglary Ring Suspects Busted In South FloridaPolice have arrested five people accused of working in an organized international burglary crime ring that targeted high-end luxury condos across South Florida.
Man Pays MIA Thousands For Fake Bomb ThreatMaking a bomb threat is no laughing matter—especially for a Venezuelan man had to cut the airport thousands of dollars for telling a gate agent he had explosives in his luggage.

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