TIME Magazine Disputes Trump's Pass For 'Person Of The Year'Time magazine is disputing the president's account of how he rejected the magazine's request for an interview and photo sessions ahead of its "Person of the Year" issue.
Trump Tweets He 'Took A Pass' At Being Named TIME's Person Of The YearTrump has been obsessed with being on the cover of TIME and other news magazines, even making fake covers to hang in some of his properties.
Trump Still Salty Over 'Fake News' Report About MLK Bust RemovalPresident Donald Trump is continuing to slam an incorrect report that he removed a bust of Martin Luther King Jr. from the Oval Office.
Mother Of South Florida Journalist Held By ISIS Makes Plea To LeaderThe mother of Steven Sotloff, a South Florida journalist being held by ISIS, made a public plea Wednesday for her son’s release and a safe return.
Venom Response Team Captain Featured In Time MagazineA member of Miami-Dade Fire Rescue’s Venom Response Team will be featured on the cover of Time Magazine.
Time Magazine Declares Rubio "The Republican Savior"Florida Senator Marco Rubio has taken the baton of leadership from the Republican Party with solid results thus far in his career. His latest claim to fame is the cover of this week’s Time Magazine declaring him “The Republican Savior.”
Facing South Florida: Michael Grunwald Michael Grunwald discusses his NY Times best-seller, The New New Deal.
Guillen To Fly Back To Miami To Apologize Again In Fidel FlapMiami Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen will fly back to Miami Tuesday to apologize for a second time regarding his controversial comments about Fidel Castro.
Guillen Apologizes For Pro-Casto Comments; Marlins Denounce DictatorMiami Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen, known for occasionally letting his mouth get him into trouble, may have put his foot into it big time with comments he made to a national magazine expressing love for Fidel Castro. Saturday, he apologized and the Marlins issued a statement denouncing the dictator.
Poll: Occupy Wall Street Preferred Over Tea PartyThe allure of the Tea Party was all the rage during the 2010 midterm election, but it’s time may have passed with the Occupy Wall Street movement gaining momentum.
Do Parents Play Favorites With Their Kids?Many South Floridians have a favorite sports team, or a favorite restaurant, but ask any South Florida parent if they have a favorite child, and the answer will be no, or will it?
Miami-Dade Mayor Gimenez Names New Fire Chief, Paul-Noel RetiresMiami-Dade Fire Rescue interim fire chief Karls Paul-Noel announced his retirement Tuesday afternoon.