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Wary Latino Republicans Look to Mike Pence as an Unexpected Ally

Vice President Mike Pence came before this year’s White House Cinco de Mayo celebration ready to correct an earlier flub. “Buenas tardes,” he said, welcoming the crowd of Latino Republicans, getting his grammar right after earlier greeting a conservative Hispanic business group with the incorrect “buenos tardes.” (more…)

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Trump to Announce New U.S.-Cuba Policy Next Friday in Miami

President Donald Trump will visit Miami next Friday to announce he will tighten some restrictions on those who travel to and do business with Cuba, fulfilling a campaign promise to reverse historic changes former President Barack Obama made more than three years ago when he removed decades of diplomatic and

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3 Miami Teen Girls Aim to Help Fight Date Rape Drugs With ‘Smart Straw’

Entrepreneurship runs through the blood of Susana Cappello, a 17-year-old student at Gulliver Prep School in Miami, Florida. Influenced by her entrepreneur father and a love for the hit ABC show Shark Tank, Cappello knew she always wanted to create something of her own. (more…)

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Manuel Noriega, Ex-Panamanian Dictator Who Died This Week at 83, Reportedly Received Jesus Christ as Saviour Through the Efforts of Two Evangelical Christians from Texas

Gen. Manuel Antonio Noriega had been locked up in a federal prison outside Miami for less than a week when a package arrived with his name on it. Inside was a leather-bound copy of the Soul Winner’s New Testament, an evangelical text designed to convert people to Christianity. (more…)

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Hurricane Forecast Predicts Above-Normal Season

Warm ocean waters could fuel an above-normal Atlantic hurricane season, while storm-suppressing El Nino conditions are expected to be scarce, U.S. government forecasters said Thursday. (more…)

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U.S. Senate Confirms Alexander Acosta to Head Labor Department

R. Alexander Acosta was confirmed on Thursday by the U.S. Senate to head the Labor Department, making him the first Hispanic member of President Donald Trump's cabinet. (more…)

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New England Patriots to Open 2017 NFL Season at Home Against Kansas City Chiefs

The defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots will open the 2017 NFL season at home against the Kansas City Chiefs, on Thursday, Sept. 7. (more…)

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Florida State Senator Apologizes for Using Racial Slurs During Private Conversation With Black Colleagues

A Florida state senator apologized Wednesday for using a racial slur and vulgar insults during a private after-hours conversation with two African-American colleagues. (more…)

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17 Congressional Republicans Join Fight Against Global Warming

Seventeen congressional Republicans signed a resolution on Wednesday vowing to seek "economically viable" ways to stave off global warming, challenging the stated views of President Donald Trump, who has called climate change a hoax. (more…)

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Nelson Cruz Lifts Dominican Republic to 7-5 Victory Over United States In World Baseball Classic

Nelson Cruz smashed a three-run home run in the bottom of the eighth inning to lift Dominican Republic to a 7-5 victory over the United States in the World Baseball Classic (WBC) in Miami on Saturday. (more…)

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