Tag Archives: Miami

07Nov/16

Janet Reno, first woman to serve as U.S. Attorney General has died – ABC NEWS

Janet Reno, first woman to serve as U.S. Attorney General and epicenter of several political storms during Clinton administration, has died – ABC NEWS

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17Sep/16

Millennials lead private media opening in Cuba

Cuba’s state media monopoly is under assault as web-based news outlets challenge official news on the island nation.

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17Jan/16
Ride Along 2

“The Force” weakens under pressure from “Ride Along 2”

Space opera “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is no match for the star power of Kevin Hart in “Ride Along 2” and Leonardo DiCaprio in “The Revenant.”

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24Oct/15

Massive storm Patricia hits Mexico’s Pacific coast, but skirts big cities

Patricia, one of the strongest ever hurricanes, crashed into western Mexico with rain and winds of up to 165 mph (266 kph), hammering coastal areas but skirting major cities and causing less damage than feared.

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08Aug/15

Wrongful death allegation filed against Bobbi Kristina Brown boyfriend -report

The conservator of the late Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter of singer Whitney Houston who died in July after months in a coma, adds a wrongful death accusation to a lawsuit against Brown’s boyfriend, an Atlanta television station says.

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27May/15

Attorney General Lynch outlines investigation that led to nine FIFA officials and five corporate executives being indicted

Nine FIFA officials and five corporate executives, including seven who were arrested in Switzerland, are indicted on corruption charges.

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15Apr/15

Mayweather flashes his boxing skills for the media

Floyd Mayweather holds an open workout for a small army of media ahead of his May 2 fight with Pacquiao.
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06Apr/15

Jeb Bush marked “Hispanic” on Fla. voter registration form – NYT

Likely Republican presidential contender Jeb Bush, who was popular among Spanish-speaking voters while Florida governor, marked himself as ‘Hispanic’ on a 2009 voter registration application, The New York Times reports.

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