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"And that’s exactly what he wants," said Walter Shaub, the former head of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics.
"It is blatant and corrupt self-dealing by the president," the newspaper's board wrote in a new opinion piece.
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The plane, with 150 people on board, aborted takeoff in Miami after the pilots saw a system error message.
The now-retired Miami Heat star and the barefoot coaching great wore "Aladdin"-like costumes.
Hundreds of e-scooters could become lethal projectiles if swept up by the approaching hurricane.
While more than half of Americans rejected socialism in a recent Gallup poll, 43% surveyed said some version of it would be good for the country.
Brian Flores said he played the hip-hop star's songs at practice to "challenge" Kenny Stills after the receiver questioned Jay's NFL partnership.
The ultraconservative talk show host asked for donations to move to Washington, but he went to Miami instead.
The NFL player told ESPN he had received death threats after criticizing the real estate developer for hosting a fundraiser for President Donald Trump.
The NFL star suggested that hosting the event is contradictory to the mission of Stephen Ross's nonprofit, which is aimed at tackling racial discrimination.
The MLB team said it was sorry for the “regrettable exchange."
A pair of toy gorillas were found attached to a noose in an area for employees.
The man was wounded in a drive-by shooting as he waited for services at Young Israel of Greater Miami, the synagogue said.
He's a "terrific guy" and "fun," Trump told New York Magazine for a 2002 profile of his then-pal who faces sex trafficking charges.
Emergency responders were forced to amputate in order to extract the player.
The comrade-in-arms to Cuba's Fidel Castro is hated in Miami, where the New York City mayor and Democratic presidential hopeful spoke at a union rally.
Yaqun Lu, 41, was reportedly also seen by bystanders and police officers "jabbing" at the nest with a wooden stake.
Players left the field as an exterminator in a beekeeping suit climbed a ladder to tackle the swarm.
The NBA legend stunned students when he was introduced as the guest speaker at the ceremony.