Troves of evidence and testimony spell trouble for possible Epstein co-conspirators, warns Miami Herald reporter Julie K. Brown.
"Rubio, far from the Republicans’ savior, seems just another slick politician with his finger in the wind — pushing the party deeper into Trump’s swamp."
According to the Miami Herald, a dozen victims have reached out to attorneys in Florida and New York with more accusations against Epstein.
The supposed billionaire has been accused of molesting girls for years in what may amount to an elite sex-trafficking ring.
Pulitzer Prize-winning Miami Herald columnist Leonard G. Pitts Jr. was awoken by police after an apparent “swatting” incident.
Some of his victims still want their day in court.
The cruise operator reportedly discharged over half a million gallons of pollution into the ocean after a court penalized it for past dumping.
Many Twitter users were quick to comment that the government's inaction on gun control was "the real national emergency."
Alexander Acosta brokered a sweetheart deal for a rich man accused of abusing dozens of young girls.
An inmate at a facility near Jacksonville had his eyes gouged out and an ear removed.
"Here's why we chose her: She's not crazy," the editorial page editor said about the GOP House contender.
The suspects have been charged with aggravated battery.
The Herald's disclosures about the way for-profit colleges have ripped off students and taxpayers, while buying influence with powerful politicians, are too many to recount, but here are just a few bites to tempt you.
A few years ago, the Kaiser Family Foundation published an analysis by researchers at the Urban Institute. It projected the
"My reasoning was that asking Matt to significantly rewrite that chapter would make me appear defensive about our actions
The storyline has long been that Hart challenged the press to follow him around and, in the post-Watergate spirit of enterprising investigative journalism, the press did just that, fearlessly uncovering, well, er, what?
The Miami Herald investigated 477 deaths of children that were a part of the child welfare system in the State of Florida. It also highlights another critical fact: our nation's most vulnerable cannot be protected on the cheap.