Miami Herald : International (8)

Without an audience, alt-right leader Richard Spencer is just another racist nobody

It's Gainesville's turn to endure Richard Spencer — and the white nationalist rage parade he inspires — in the name of the First Amendment. To quote the Beatles, let it … Click to Continue

Afternoon traffic snarled after pedestrian killed in Miami Beach

A fatal crash near the Fontainebleau Miami Beach hotel has snarled afternoon traffic. #Traffic Update: Closed: All southbound Collins Ave Traffic from 46 St-41 St. 1 Northbound lane open. Expect … Click to Continue

Maduro and Putin must be celebrating Trump's threat to revoke NBC's license

Late Venezuelan populist demagogue Hugo Chávez must have cheered in his grave when President Donald Trump made a veiled threat to pull NBC off the air for spreading news he … Click to Continue

Florida's juvenile justice system fails to protect youth from brutal abuse

If Florida were a country, international human rights organizations would be responding with appropriate indignation — and demanding an investigation — of the outrageous abuses unearthed by a Miami Herald … Click to Continue

Duo goes on robbery spree in Hollywood. Cops hope video will help find the culprits.

In the course of a week, a robbery duo managed to hit up a fast food joint, a convenience store and a food market, Hollywood police said. What they probably … Click to Continue

Trump should protect us from U.S.-born mass killers, instead of sabotaging 'Dreamers'

How ridiculous. This country has just suffered a mass shooting perpetrated by an American gunman who killed 58 people and wounded 489 others, and President Donald Trump is continuing to … Click to Continue

A black man takes a knee and can't get hired. A white man snorts coke and gets rehab

To me, the most riveting aspect about sports is not the game or who wins and loses, but the human interaction with rules, especially the unwritten ones. Despite the presence … Click to Continue

'They shouldn't have died': Behind the scenes of our Fight Club investigation

  They were, by every definition, troubled kids. Abused, abandoned, assaulted. At the cusp of adulthood, they found themselves in trouble with the law. Martin Lee Anderson, 14, was sent … Click to Continue