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20 images that documented the enormity of 9/11

Indelible images: apocalyptic, surreal, violent, ghostly, both monumental and profoundly personal.

Miami’s historic Black Overtown gets makeover

Miami was one of numerous Black cities across the country where interstate highways were built.

Artist uses his brush to turn Surfside’s pain into hope

Roberto Marquez flew from Dallas to Miami nearly two weeks ago, hoping to add his hands to those digging through the rubble of a...

Video: Explosives bring down rest of Surfside collapsed condo

Demolition crews set off explosives late Sunday that brought down the damaged remaining portion.

‘Our backyard’: Tragedy strikes home for Miami-Dade rescuers

In 1985, a Miami-Dade team rushed to Mexico City. This time disaster struck at home.

Energy milestone: Florida Power & Light topples last coal chimney

The plant was built in 1995. FPL shut the plant down more than two years ago.

Death and desperation on Europe’s African frontier

This week became the latest deadly flashpoint in Europe’s battle to stem migration flows.

Monkey business: Researchers find origins of South Florida colony

A colony of monkeys has lived for about 70 years in urban South Florida.

‘Relieved’: US health workers start getting COVID-19 vaccine

Workers at Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center gave the first injections to applause.

Election 2020: Enthusiasm but no major problems as US votes

Fears of large-scale voter intimidation or harassment had not materialized by midday.

Jill Biden hosts ‘Women for Biden’ rally at Century Village in Boca Raton

Hundreds of people gathered at Century Village in Boca Raton for a drive-in rally with Dr. Jill Biden.

Voting registration drive by Palm Beach County Democrats

Activists from all over Palm Beach County gathered together around 10 am on Sunday in West Palm Beach.

Democrats united to increase the Hispanic and Black vote in Palm Beach County

Democrats gathered to show visibility and unity to increase Hispanic and Black vote in Palm Beach County.

Miami Beach code compliance officer, walks along Ocean Drive

Luis Negron, a Miami Beach code compliance officer, walks along Ocean Drive amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Walk-up COVID-19 testing site in Miami Beach

Lines of cars with people seeking tests snake for hours in the beating sun.

Protesters in West Palm Beach push for racial justice on Juneteenth

Protesters marched in West Palm Beach, chanting and asking for radical change.

SeaWorld Orlando reopened with masks, temperature checks

SeaWorld Orlando opened with new restrictions to safeguard against the spread of the virus.

Hundreds march in West Palm Beach to protest police brutality

Protests continue in West Palm Beach and all over the country following the killing of George Floyd.

A country convulsed by protests coast-to-coast

Many of the demonstrations around the country have been peaceful protests by racially diverse crowds.

NASA astronauts Douglas Hurley and Robert Behnken

They were supposed to ride into orbit aboard SpaceX’s sleek, white-and-black, bullet-shaped Dragon capsule.

In Latin America, face masks become a form of expression

Motifs showing up on masks are varied, often reflecting local cultures.

The Homeless Trust testing homeless population for COVID-19

Leandro Moya Lara, who is homeless, is tested for COVID-19 in Miami.

Disney World workers take aim at Florida’s jobless system

They staged stay-at-home protests aimed not at their employer but Florida’s unemployment system.

Zoo Miami shows off clouded leopard kittens born on Feb. 11

The male and female have been secluded in a den with their mother, Serai, since their birth.

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