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Neighbors in Religion: Lack of respect shown to President Obama in Roseburg, Oregon | Miami Herald

I love America. But there are times when I am actually ashamed of the actions of some of my countrymen and women. Such a time was last week when President Barack Obama visited Roseburg, Oregon, to console the families of victims of the recent mass killing at Umpqua Community College. Bea L. Hines When I learned the president was taking time from his busy schedule to spend a few minutes with the bereaved families, I was touched. It...

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A glare, a handshake, a pope: Crowded UN summit makes history while Syria’s shadow grows | Fox News
Oct03

A glare, a handshake, a pope: Crowded UN summit makes history while Syria’s shadow grows | Fox News

Russian airstrikes launched in Syria during the U.N.’s 70th anniversary gathering of more than 150 world leaders stole the spotlight and highlighted deep divisions on how to end that conflict an… Source:...

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Trump’s Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric Fuels Citizenship Push in Miami | Miami New Times
Sep23

Trump’s Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric Fuels Citizenship Push in Miami | Miami New Times

As it turns out, Donald Trump may be the perfect presidential candidate for Latinos after all. No, no — not to actually be president. But to inspire mil… Source:...

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Political operative charged in Miami-Dade elections case | Miami Herald
Sep22

Political operative charged in Miami-Dade elections case | Miami Herald

A political operative surrendered to face criminal charges Tuesday after prosecutors said he manipulated elections for community councils in Southwest Miami-Dade. David Alberto Carcache, 34, was charged with falsifying records, aiding and abetting an elections-code violation and false swearing. According to prosecutors, the unregistered lobbyist Carcache arranged for three candidates to run for community councils in Kendall and West...

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Cutler Bay council votes on first reading to increase reserves | Miami Herald
Sep22

Cutler Bay council votes on first reading to increase reserves | Miami Herald

A small agenda should still improve important services to Cutler Bay. The Cutler Bay town council met at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16. The main item A unanimous town council vote passed on first reading an ordinance to increase the minimum reserve percentage for the reserve fund balance of the town’s annual general fund budget. The ordinance, which raises the town’s contingency reserves from a minimum of 10 percent to 15 percent, will...

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Biden has strong Florida ties, but few see plausible path to presidency | Tampa Bay Times
Sep01

Biden has strong Florida ties, but few see plausible path to presidency | Tampa Bay Times

The vice president’s visit to South Florida — to discuss the Iran deal with Jewish residents, speak at Miami Dade College, and raise money for Democratic U.S. Senate campaigns — is his first high-profile trip since the prospect of him challenging Hillary Rodham Clinton for the nomination ceased to seem far-fetched. Reporters and Biden friends alike will be watching for signals about his level of interest. But for all of the vice...

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