Miami Herald : International (23)

Venezuela's opposition is gaining momentum — at home and abroad

When I interviewed Venezuela's National Assembly President Julio Borges earlier this week, amid the massive anti-government protests that have left at least 26 dead in his country, one of my … Click to Continue »

How did a cat end up with a dart lodged in its head? Police are stumped

Miami Beach officers are investigating after a cat was found in an alley Wednesday morning with what appeared to be a dart lodged in its head and neck. We are … Click to Continue »

Bicyclist fatally struck by car in Oakland Park

A bicyclist was killed Tuesday when he crossed the street in front of a car and was hit, according to the Broward Sheriff's Office. The accident happened at about 4 … Click to Continue »

Heading north this weekend? Road closures might get in your way

Heading north on Interstate 95 this weekend might be a little more crowded than usual. That's because the northbound 95 express lanes will be closed all weekend for repairs. Beginning … Click to Continue »

Homeowner fatally shoots burglar at his Little River home, police say

A homeowner told investigators Wednesday that he shot a man who had broken into his Little River home, according to police. The fatal shooting happened just after noon Wednesday in … Click to Continue »

The big accomplishment of Trump's first 100 days? Terrorizing undocumented immigrants

The wall will get built, folks!' That's President Donald Trump fielding media questions Tuesday in his typically sophomoric vocabulary as the clock ticks on his first 100 days in office. … Click to Continue »

This was no blue light special. There was a real fire in aisle four in a Dollar Tree.

A fire that started in aisle four of a Coral Springs Dollar Tree earlier this month sent people running for safety, and now investigators are hoping video will help them … Click to Continue »

Fight outside liquor store ends with a man stabbed to death

Miami-Dade Police is investigating after a man was stabbed to death outside a liquor store in Southwest Miami-Dade Tuesday evening. The man, identified as 45-year-old Raul Beatriz, was found dead … Click to Continue »

Injured manatee rehabilitated and set free

Last August, a boat struck a manatee in the waters off Key Colony Beach in Monroe County, leaving it with grave injuries to its tail. Fast-forward eight months, and now … Click to Continue »

They snatched purses. Then they led cops on a chase, crash and forced a school lock down

What started with two woman having their purses snatched, ended with five people being questioned after a brief police pursuit, a crash and a South Miami-Dade school on lockdown, police … Click to Continue »

2 dead, one injured when someone opens fire on a car. Police need help in finding out who

Two people were killed and one person was injured when someone opened fire on the car they were in, according to Miami-Dade police. According to police, four people were sitting … Click to Continue »

Was Frank Artiles a bigot? Or just a very stupid bully boy?

Let's examine Frank Artiles' explanation for the scandal that led to his resignation from the state Senate on Friday. After a few drinks at the members-only Governor's Club in Tallahassee, … Click to Continue »

Venezuela's Maduro is rightly blamed for deaths of anti-government protesters

Luis Almagro, the head of the 34-country Organization of American States, did not mince words when I asked him in an interview last week whether Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro is … Click to Continue »

Man leads police on chase, bails out and gets fatally hit by a car, cops say

A man trying to escape police custody died Thursday night after being hit by a car as he ran across State Road 112 in Northwest Miami-Dade. The accident happened after … Click to Continue »

Venezuela's Maduro is rightly blamed for deaths of anti-government protesters

Luis Almagro, the head of the 34-country Organization of American States did not mince words when I asked him in an interview last week whether Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro is … Click to Continue »

Is Frank Artiles racist? Or just a very stupid bully boy?

Let's examine Frank Artiles' explanation; that after a few drinks at the members-only Governor's Club in Tallahassee, the state senator was transported back to his youthful days on the mean … Click to Continue »

What you're seeing in Tallahassee is the good ol' Republican Cuban Boys Club in action

Frank Artiles' racist and misogynist rant in front of fellow senators gathered at a Tallahassee bar is disgraceful enough. Now here come some of his fellow Republican Cuban-American lawmakers from … Click to Continue »

Man leads police on chase, bails out on the highway, and gets fatally hit by a car, cops say

A man trying to escape police custody died Thursday night after being hit by a car as he ran across SR-112 in Northwest Miami-Dade. The accident happened just after 8 … Click to Continue »

Man found shot to death in car on the highway

A 40-year-old man was found shot to death inside a car on the Dolphin Expressway earlier this month, and now Miami-Dade Police Department is asking for the community's help in … Click to Continue »

The case for Trump's impeachment remains strong, a star forecaster says

As President Trump neared his first 100 days in office, I called the celebrity professor who predicted Trump's win and has accurately forecast the outcome of every U.S. election since … Click to Continue »

Cops say they are looking for a black Nissan Sentra that slammed into a man and took off

With the help of surveillance cameras, Miami-Dade police detectives now believe it was a 2010 to 2012 black Nissan Sentra that slammed into a pedestrian last month in Northwest Miami-Dade … Click to Continue »

Man dies on the Dolphin Expressway. Police trying to piece together what happened

A 40-year-old man was found shot to death inside a car on the Dolphin Expressway earlier this month, and now Miami-Dade Police Department is asking for the community's help in … Click to Continue »

Navy SEAL's 'guide to Cuba' is trash

The first thing Brandon Webb puts out there by way of credentials for writing a travel guide to Cuba is that he was a member of the elite Navy SEALs. … Click to Continue »