Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… a life insurance policy held by a Holocaust survivor. Dr. Thomas Weiss, a Miami Beach opthamologist born in 1949, has spent years trying to obtain the ins …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… see it coming.’ But if they had paid a visit to Bakersfield, Las Vegas, Miami or Sacramento, they would have seen how dry rot was eating away at our fin …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… tect Journalists, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, The Nation magazine, Miami’s El Nuevo Herald, and ProPublica.Reporters around the region showed how …"

"… laborative models.Manny Garcia, editor of McClatchy’s El Nuevo Herald in Miami, in the weekend’s final panel discussion, cautioned that collaborations …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… 623 percent annual rate.Lenders range from small bodegas in Albuquerque or Miami to the chain stores of publicly traded corporations such as Cash America I …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… IRA expert teaching at Madrid’s Universidad Rey Juan Carlos.In March, a Miami man was indicted in connection to a cigarette smuggling ring with ties to …"

"… tigation stretching from the Canary Islands to Panama, through the port of Miami and on to Ireland and the UK. U.S. and European officials declined to comm …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… gle millions of Paraguayan-made contraband cigarettes through the ports of Miami, Norfolk, and Baltimore. The sticks were then distributed across the count …"

"… ing. U.S. officials jailed Silveira for two months after his arrest at the Miami airport, but the Brazilian pledged to cooperate with authorities and was h …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… ntrabandear millones de cigarrillos paraguayos a través de los puertos de Miami, Norfolk y Baltimore. Los cartones eran distribuidos en varias ciudades de …"

"… a pasó dos meses en la cárcel después de su arresto en el aeropuerto de Miami, pero el brasileño se ofreció a cooperar con las autoridades y finalment …"

The fraud squad

By Howard Goodman

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… r this new crime-fighting entity: the economic-crimes division of the Miami-Dade Police Department.Police in Miami-Dade County made fighting mortgage …"

"… bsp;economic-crimes division of the Miami-Dade Police Department.Police in Miami-Dade County made fighting mortgage fraud a top priority as early as 2006, …"

"… ug-organization takedowns of "The Wire." Yet, the problem was exploding.In Miami-Dade County, just 16 suspected mortgage-fraud cases were reported in 2005 …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… rooks Brothers Riot” of young Republican House aides who stormed the Miami-Dade County polling headquarters at the height of the 2000 Bush-Gore post- …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… n the same month, former Vice President Al Gore canceled a presentation in Miami because of concerns that President Uribe was speaking at the same seminar; …"

"… tters now," professor Bruce Bagley, a Colombia expert at the University of Miami, said in an interview with ICIJ, "is the fight against terrorism, not the …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… ton office, but it maintains bureaus in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Miami. Its U.S. lobbying activities are coordinated through the Hong Kong Econom …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… th Africa and Greece. Among the domestic destinations were Las Vegas, Miami, New York, Los Angeles, Scottsdale, San Francisco, Boca Raton and San Dieg …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… year's storms are still unresolved. Ever since Hurricane Andrew devastated Miami in 1992, insurance companies have raised their rates frequently in Florida …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… submitted written bids to GOP headquarters in Washington in 2002: Boston, Miami, New York City—all three of which also sought the Democratic convention …"

"… convention—New Orleans and Tampa-St. Petersburg. The New York, Tampa and Miami bids were the only ones delivered in person by officials from those locale …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… convention and visitors’ bureaus from the cities. Officials from Boston, Miami, Detroit and New York City would not respond to requests from the Center b …"

"… Representative John Dingell, the Associated Press reported. Officials from Miami-Dade also trekked to Washington to personally deliver their bid to DNC hea …"

"… bid to DNC headquarters. Their bid, handled by two leaders of the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau, was accompanied by a brass band, boxes o …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… e Metropolitan Museum of Art, where local labor leaders were in attendance.Miami’s site selection tourMiami-Dade officials brought members of the Democra …"

"… where local labor leaders were in attendance.Miami’s site selection tourMiami-Dade officials brought members of the Democratic site selection committee …"

"… emocracy in Action web site (no press reports could be found on the tour), Miami officials treated the Democrats to the following:Welcoming reception at th …"

Under pressure

By Robert Morlino

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… and lawyers into "the Hatfields and McCoys of state politics," as the Miami Herald put it. Associations for both groups have raised and spent mil …"

"… also showed one of lobbying's more unseemly sides. As reported by the Miami Herald earlier this year, during a vote in the House on a bill to fre …"

"… , placed a call to Rep. Julio Robaina, a Republican who represents part of Miami and is also a longtime BellSouth employee. (Florida has a "citizen legisla …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… ritten by some of his long-time patrons. The largest donor to the Fund was Miami lawyer Milton Ferrell, who gave $59,000. Other big givers included the CEO …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… 98 to London. Other popular destinations included Orlando, San Francisco, Miami, Anchorage, Palm Springs, Buenos Aires and Beijing. (See listing of top de …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… training of military and police forces, recently established an office in Miami – a move, the company's director of operations explained, to handle cont …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… om Calgary, Vancouver and Toronto in Canada to Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth, Miami, Wichita, Kan., and Wilmington, Del., in the United States.The flight scho …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… ernational standards. The conference was attended by a delegation from the Miami-based Inter American Press Association, the executive director of Human Ri …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… their party sided with Democrats. Burton is also a well-known supporter of Miami-based, anti-Castro Cubans, from whom he has received significant campaign …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… Kendall Coffey, a former U.S. attorney who represented Elian Gonzalez’s Miami relatives earlier this year. Coffney is also known for defending Miami may …"

"… s Miami relatives earlier this year. Coffney is also known for defending Miami mayoral candidate Joe Carollo against election fraud charges in 1998; a st …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… percent to Democrats)Federation of American HospitalsGreenberg, Traurig (a Miami-based law firm that represents more than 70 publicly held companies spanni …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… ,000 billiards table Howard Glicken has two Jaguars in the garage of his Miami home with license plates that read “Gore 1” and “Gore 2. …"

"… 500 through his employees at his company Future Tech International Inc., a Miami-based firm that exports computers to South America. After the indictment, …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Miami

"… etex, now a global company with offices around the world, including one in Miami, is owned by Kosovar businessman Bahgjet Pacolli. Among the hundreds of co …"

Pages