Diego Tintorero, 62, climbed a construction crane near Florida International University’s main campus, where President Donald Trump spoke Monday afternoon, with a U.S. flag and a plea for Eduardo Arocena.
U.S. Sen. Rick Scott will no longer keep his vast wealth in the blind trust that he used while he was Florida’s governor. Scott said he will use the financial disclosure forms required of all members of Congress.
Long Island University announced Tuesday that the Miami Herald’s Julie Brown was honored with a George Polk Award for “Perversion of Justice,” a series on the plea deal given affluent sex abuser Jeffrey Epstein.
Bernie Sanders said Tuesday that he is running for president, telling supporters that Democrats must not only unite to defeat Donald Trump in 2020, but finally combat the systemic economic and racial injustice he says has deeply wounded the country.
President Donald Trump will pay for his much coveted wall at the southern border in part by taking $3.6 billion from military projects across the country and the world. Florida military bases could lose $177 million.
Republicans opposed to Democratic Gov. Tony Evers' plan to expand Medicaid coverage in Wisconsin got some ammunition to bolster their arguments, while Democrats and health care advocates dismissed as unreliable.
Ambassador Nikki Haley received the 2019 Friend of Israel Humanitarian Award at he Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Main Event, one of the biggest fundraisers for the federation, which supports Jewish organizations and schools.