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Five of the Best Street Food Finds in Miami

Dive into deliciously different and tastefully off-beat stories in Miami's culinary world.

Robert’s Got the Weirdest Fruits in Florida

Robert Moehling has a passion for weird tropical fruit and he grows most of what he sells.

Why Are Young Consumers Renting Over Owning?

American consumers — especially millennials — are increasingly renting goods and services.

With Glut of Festivals, Hard to Match Woodstock Magic

While there have been historic moments at music festivals since Woodstock, it can't be replicated.

Human-caused Climate Change is Degrading Earth’s Land

The way people use the land is making global warming worse.

Apollo 11 at 50: Celebrating First Steps on Another World

July 20, 1969 was one of humanity’s most glorious technological achievements.

Oahu’s Kailua Beach Named Best in the US by ‘Dr. Beach’

Beaches in Hawaii are consistently ranked high, sometimes at the top of Stephen Leatherman's list.

Madonna Gives Emotional Speech at GLAAD Awards

Madonna accepted the Advocate for Change Award at the 2019 GLAAD Media Awards.

Jewish Community will ‘Stand Tall’ after Synagogue Shooting

A 19-year-old gunman opened fire as about 100 people were worshiping.

Biden Launches 2020 Bid Warning ‘Soul’ of America at Stake

Former Vice President Joe Biden formally joined the crowded Democratic presidential contest.
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Pastor Arrested for Violating Florida Rules amid Virus Outbreak

The pastor of a megachurch held two Sunday services with hundreds of people.
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Trump Extends Virus Guidelines, Braces US for Big Death Toll

A stark shift in tone by the president, who only days ago mused about the country reopening in a few weeks.

Trump: No Quarantine, but Travel Advisory for NY, CT and NJ

The CDC urges residents of the three states to refrain from non-essential travel for the next 14 days.

COVID-19 Turns Bustling Art Deco District into Desserted Streets

Mango's Tropical Cafe is one of the restaurants that closed due to the new virus outbreak.

74,000 Floridians Seek Benefits, Critics Demand Reform

More than 74,000 Floridians applied for unemployment benefits last week.