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"… election controversy nor the current disputes much mattered to a group of Miami high school students who registered to vote in May.“Eh, kinda. That was …"

"… was like 12 years ago. I was 5,” said Kristena Swanson, 17, a Southwest Miami High School senior and one of 318 students who registered May 30 in the sc …"

"… m. “But, yeah, I know how bad the voting issues have been here before.”Miami-Dade Public Schools became a Florida third-party voter registration group …"

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"… dit risk. These fees amounted to a racial surtax. A Latino borrower in the Miami area in 2007 seeking a $300,000 paid on average $2,538 more than a similar …"

"… arly qualified white applicant. The racial surtax for African Americans in Miami in 2007 was $3,657." Wells Fargo noted in a statement that i …"

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"… nation's AIDS cases: New York, Los Angeles, Washington, Chicago, Atlanta, Miami, Philadelphia, Houston, San Francisco, Baltimore, Dallas and San Juan, Pue …"

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"… vita Alfau, working in an open-air plant nursery in a rural swath of south Miami-Dade County, said she became dizzy and weak, with numbness in her mouth, a …"

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"… 7p.m.: A civilian worker admitted to starting the fire aboard the USS Miami to leave work early, according to an affidavit filed by the Navy Criminal …"

"… hat caused an estimated $400 million in damages to the nuclear-powered USS Miami on May 23. The 22-year-old Miami was docked at Portsmouth as part of a dry …"

"… ion in damages to the nuclear-powered USS Miami on May 23. The 22-year-old Miami was docked at Portsmouth as part of a dry dock repair period when the fire …"

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"… g business.Besides Tucker, the FTC is also suing business leaders from the Miami and Modoc tribes of Oklahoma and the Santee Sioux tribe of Nebraska who cl …"

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"… river, started the lending businesses but then crafted sham deals with the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and the Santee Sioux Tribe of Nebraska to keep states fr …"

"… s 99 percent of the revenue. Records show the business affiliated with the Miami Tribe grosses as much as $20 million a month.In a corrected ruling, Hoffma …"

"… asked a court to cite company officers for contempt.But attorneys for the Miami and Santee Sioux tribes argued in 2005 that they were the true owners of t …"

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"… ey General has been in court trying to stop businesses affiliated with the Miami tribe of Oklahoma and the Santee Sioux tribe of Nebraska from making loans …"

"… the ruling, Tucker started the business in 1998 but didn’t approach the Miami tribe until October 2003, not long after two states brought enforcement ac …"

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"… d the Center after serving as investigations and government editor for The Miami Herald. He also spent nine years at the paper exposing slave-like conditio …"

"… investigating deadly air cargo plane crashes and uncovering corruption at Miami’s airport. Greene is author of Night Fire: Big Oil, Poison Air, And Marg …"

"… rld (radio)BBC World Service (radio)Univision (television)El Nuevo Herald, MiamiLa Nacion, Costa RicaEl Faro, El SalvadorSemana, NicaraguaHoy, ChicagoAl Di …"

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"… for violating human rights,” said Rebecca Sharpless of the University of Miami Law School Immigration Clinic, which helps immigrants appeal deportation o …"

"… ght through me.”Dr. John May, president of Health Through Walls, a North Miami nonprofit that works to improve jail conditions in foreign nations, travel …"

"… e pain or suffering.” In April, a mentally ill Haitian immigrant in Miami had his deportation deferred on the grounds that the conditions …"

Lost in space

By Douglas Fischer

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"… to a U.S. buyer, according to court records.  A federal prosecutor in Miami charged Vidal Pego and one of his Uruguayan companies with doctoring the r …"

"… dal Pego became wanted on an Interpol warrant and appeared in front of the Miami judge in 2006. His Uruguayan company Fadilur took the brunt of the blame, …"

"… rsche in his native Galicia, Vidal Pego says he made “many friends” in Miami and that he pleaded guilty only to make the process faster — and less ex …"

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"… t standing, or force them to seek more costly credit alternatives.” The Miami tribe of Oklahoma , which claims to own several online payday lenders, say …"

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"… hat donated $1,000 to the campaign were two payday loan companies that the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma claims to own. Weeks later, the ticket was reduced to i …"

"… t time that he works for AMG Services, the paydaylending business that the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma says it owns and operates. He says a confidentiality agr …"

"… dentiality agreement prevents him from talking about it. The chief of the Miami tribe, Thomas E. Gamble, defended the business, saying  the tribe own …"

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"… ate court. Tucker says his payday lending businesses are now owned by the Miami and Modoc tribes of Oklahoma as well as the Santee Sioux of Nebraska. Howe …"

"… it as “rent-a-tribe.” In a written statement Friday, the chief of the Miami tribe, Tom Gamble, said the payday lending business was “100 percent tri …"

"… d tenth in the grueling and legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans. Meanwhile, the Miami tribe, whose business offices adjoin farm land and rundown properties, cau …"

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"… ot? It’s true that a Politico story about Romney’s town hall speech in Miami on Sept. 21 reported that he “praised Obama’s education secretary for …"

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"… ne markets with substantial Latino populations, including Denver, El Paso, Miami and Reno.Crossroads declined to say what they’d spend next year on ads a …"

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"… Investigative Journalism.Manny Garcia, executive editor, El Nuevo Herald, Miami, leads international staff of journalists at one of the most important dai …"

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"… e fraud were Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York, Tampa, Detroit, Washington, Miami, San Francisco, Chicago, and Salt Lake City, the agency said. The report s …"

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"… d provide revenue vital to the welfare of the tribes. Lawyers for the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma say profits from payday lending are used to fund …"

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"… e bitter 2008 primary.Earlier in the month, the president spent a night in Miami rolling through three events, which concluded with an intimate dinner at t …"

"… what he started. “I’m going to need your help,” he said to crowds in Miami and Philadelphia.The first lady’s speeches tend to be more personal, wit …"

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"… transported in breach of United Nations sanctions.Three months later in a Miami courtroom, the U.S. Department of Justice revealed the country's largest m …"

"… nsfers from Mexican currency exchange houses to the Wachovia sub-branch in Miami – money that was used to buy planes for cocaine shipments. Much of the m …"

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"… who is shuttling to some donor solicitations in New York, Boston, Chicago, Miami, Los Angeles and other cities.Overall, the climate this year is more diffi …"

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"… ged.   Eventually, the law caught up with Geisel. He was arrested in Miami in August 2008 for making threats against Barack Obama, who was campaignin …"

"… n January 2008. At the time of his arrest, he was taking a 10-day class in Miami, learning to become a licensed bail bondsman. Classmates overheard him ma …"

"… were elected, according to an affidavit on file in U.S. district court in Miami. Another student said she heard Geisel say he “hated George W. Bush and …"

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"… ed pieces in cities where the lawsuits had been filed – particularly Miami, where suits were eventually consolidated. The intent was to influence bot …"

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"… ent on a cash advance from Ameriloan, which claims a relationship with the Miami Nation of Oklahoma. When she found she couldn’t keep up with the paymen …"

"… prised when two Indian tribes, the Santee Sioux Nation of Nebraska and the Miami Nation of Oklahoma, intervened in the case, claiming that they actually ow …"

"… d other online lenders from doing business in the state. A company called Miami Nation Enterprises explained to a California judge that it was an “econo …"

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"… billion for outpatient Medicare services went to 4.5 million recipients in Miami-Dade County, outspending the national average by three times. Questionable …"

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"… ons of dollars and in some cases find new owners for dilapidated property. Miami-Dade County, for instance, took in more than $374 million in June 2009 fro …"

"… inated this year’s auctions in Florida’s three most populous counties, Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach using colorful aliases and similar bidding st …"

"… hundred dollars. They range from debt on mansions fronting Biscayne Bay in Miami Beach to modest condominiums and commercial buildings. Most are far below …"

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"… ons of dollars and in some cases find new owners for dilapidated property. Miami-Dade County, for instance, took in more than $374 million in June 2009 fro …"

"… inated this year’s auctions in Florida’s three most populous counties, Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach using colorful aliases and similar bidding st …"

"… hundred dollars. They range from debt on mansions fronting Biscayne Bay in Miami Beach to modest condominiums and commercial buildings. Most are far below …"

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