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'Not your typical Trump book': Herald journalists talk about Mar-a-Lago, Epstein, espionage
Miami Herald journalists discuss their findings from their new book "The Grifter's Club" about President Donald Trump and his Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach. The book comes out Aug. 4.
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Noah, the surfing dog takes to the beach as South Florida escapes Tropical Storm Isaias.
Noah, the surfing dog takes to the beach as South Florida escapes damage as Tropical Storm Isaias stays offshore.
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Distribution of sandbags as Hurricane Isaias approaches South Florida
The City of Hallandale distributed sandbags on July 31 as Hurricane Isaias approaches South Florida. Video by Charles Trainor Jr.
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On his 99th birthday the community came out to celebrate with this Pearl Harbor survivor
Pearl Harbor survivor, John E. Hatcher got a big surprise on his 99th birthday. A caravan of police cars, fire dept.
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UPS driver killed in police shootout mourned
Relatives of Frank Ordóñez, the UPS driver killed in a police shootout with armed robbers, celebrated what would have been his 28th birthday on July 27, 2020. His family is calling for police reforms.
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Toddler found wandering in Miramar
A boy believed to be approximately two to three years old, was found wandering alone on July 26 near the 1860 block of SW 68th Ave. in Miramar, Florida.
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Miami Marlins’ home opener postponed following positive COVID-19 cases
The Miami Marlins’ home opener against the Baltimore Orioles, set July 27, has been postponed as COVID-19 has spread through the team.
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Unemployment help continues in Miami communities as deadline looms for extra funds
The public use the free library computers to surf the internet as well as apply for and update their unemployment status at Hispanic Branch Library in Miami, Florida on Tuesday, July 21, 2020.
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Miami Mayor Suarez declares summer camps closed, assigns officer for mask compliance
Miami Mayor Francis Suarez announces that the city is closing down all of its summer camps, and 39 officers will begin focusing solely on mask compliance.
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The race for Miami-Dade State Attorney
The race for Miami-Dade State Attorney is one of the most heated in the county.
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Miami rapper Luther Campbell speaks on death of Homestead man Edward Foster
Luther Campbell, also known as 'Uncle Luke' speaks to the press during a protest event held to shed light on the death of Edward Foster II at the hands of a Homestead police officer in 2015 at City
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National Strike for Black Lives protest takes place in Miami Beach
Activists participate in a National Strike for Black Lives protest outside of the Miami Beach City Hall on Monday, July 20, 2020. Video by Matias J.
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Fort Lauderdale cops catch kangaroo roaming the streets
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, police corralled a kangaroo hopped into the street in the 1300 block of Northeast Second Avenue. Cops turned the kangaroo over to the South Florida Wildlife Center.
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ICE rescinds order affecting international students
The Trump Administration rescinded an immigration order that would have forced more than a million international students nationwide to attend classes in person during the coronavirus pandemic or
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Coast Guard rescue swimmer Sara Faulkner tells of sexual harassment
Sara Faulkner had the “it” factor as the first woman to graduate from the Coast Guard’s helicopter rescue swimmer school in North Carolina and join its elite group of swimmers.
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Governor DeSantis gets heckled by immigrant advocacy group coordinator
United We Dream's Florida coordinator, Thomas Kennedy, heckles Governor Ron DeSantis during his press conference regarding COVID-19.
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Coast Guard members recount retaliation: ‘The only thing I did was tell the truth'
Retired United States Coast Guard members and their spouses recount personal stories of retaliation they encountered after reporting sexual misconduct while serving in the Coast Guard.
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Breaking Point: Tackling Systemic Racism in Miami
George Floyd’s brutal death ignited weeks of protests in every American city. While the crisis is national, change will happen at the local level.
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Miami Police broke his eye socket in violent arrest. Years later, he seeks justice
Francois Alexandre, 34, was arrested and roughed up by Miami Police following a Miami Heat championship game in 2013 outside his downtown Miami apartment building. He sued the officers involved.
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Trump lands in Miami, doesn't wear a mask
President Donald Trump landed at Miami International Airport on July 10, 2020. He didn't wear a mask. Miami-Dade County has a mask-wearing mandate issued by Mayor Carlos Gimenez, a Republican.
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Police joke about hitting protesters with rubber bullets during Fort Lauderdale protest
Fort Lauderdale Police Department officers launched tear gas canisters and rubber bullets after a peaceful protest on May 31.
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More than 80 luxury cars bound for Venezuela are seized by Miami feds
At least 80 new vehicles at Port Everglades have been seized by Homeland Security Investigations after a ring backed by a notorious Venezuelan billionaire tried to smuggle them into Venezuela.
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Miami restaurant owners face a second COVID-19 closing
More than 30 restaurant owners and staff, from Kendall to the Upper East Side attended a meeting in opposition of Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez’s recent order to shutdown restaurants.
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DeSantis questioned on why Florida is still not reporting how many are hospitalized with COVID
Under pressure last week, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ office said the state would start reporting daily hospitalization data for all 67 counties.
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Miami Beach man pushes resident in elevator over COVID-19 concerns
Video shows Nachem Gross, 72, pushing another resident in an elevator at a condo building in South Beach on June 22, 2020.
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These WNBA players are sitting out to focus on social reform
"Bigger than basketball" is how Washington Mystics guard Natasha Cloud and others feel when it comes to social justice reform.
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Body cam video shows cops shooting rubber bullets, laughing at protesters
Bodycam footage obtained by the Herald reveals the point of view of — and conversations between — Fort Lauderdale police officers who clashed with protesters on May 31, 2020.
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Police officer strikes woman during dispute at Miami airport
A Miami-Dade police officer, Antonio Rodriguez, was relieved of duty Wednesday after he was seen on body-camera footage punching a Black woman at Miami International Airport.
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A vehicle crashed through the wall of a second-floor parking garage landing on SW 8 Street in Miami
A vehicle crashed through the wall of a second-floor parking garage in Miami and ended upside down on Calle Ocho .
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Take a look at how airline staff sanitizes planes during coronavirus pandemic
Miami International Airport is ready to handle increased air traffic after the coronavirus pandemic, but passengers and staff fear it’s unsafe.
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