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Carnival cancels 2020 U.S. cruises, minus Miami and Canaveral

The Carnival shipping company canceled all of its cruises from U.S. ports for this year, except Miami and Canaveral, Florida, which will be the...

Starting this month, U.S. food stamp benefits are raised by the pandemic

Starting this month, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) food stamp recipients will receive an increase in their benefits in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The...

Search for missing woman’s remains, Leila Cavett, in Pompano Beach dump

The FBI searches a dumpster in southeast Florida for the body of Leila Cavett, a Georgian woman who disappeared last July while her two-year-old...

Coast Guard intercepts a group of Cuban vases near Florida Keys

The Coast Guard stopped a boat Sunday in front of the Florida Keys carrying nine Cubans trying to reach the United States. The men were...

A pregnant woman was shot in her sleep: finds out if her baby survived

A pregnant woman was shot in the abdomen on Tuesday while sleeping in her apartment, in a fact that occurred in Jacksonville, North Florida. The...

Florida man had in his car fentanyl drug capable of killing 40,000 people

Highlands County police in central Florida seized a Shipment of several drugs from a Hispanic motorist, including the powerful fentanyl painkiller and in an...

Bomb threat forces temporary closure of Florida airbase, blue Angels headquarters

U.S. Navy Air Force Base in Pensacola, Florida, was closed this Sunday for several hours due to a bomb threat, that military facility reported...

The City of Miami re-opens its parks but with restrictions

All parks in the City of Miami opened on Monday as part of the gradual reactivation plan implemented following the crisis caused by the...

Concern about lack of teachers for face-to-face classes at Miami-Dade and Broward public schools

Within 20 days of the reopening on October 14 of Miami-Dade and Broward schools, it is still unclear whether there will be enough teachers...

Judge Ginsburg lies in the burning chapel on capitol

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's coffin lay in a burning chapel friday at the Capitol, the first woman to be honored that...

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Walter Mercado’s horoscope: here what the universe holds for you this Monday 05-10-2020

Walter Mercado's horoscope is undoubtedly a guide for the followers of the late astrologer. Betty B. Mercado, niece and collaborator of Walter Mercado, continues...

Delta Storm forms in Caribbean and Cuba is on hurricane alert

Tropical Storm Delta formed in the northwest Caribbean Sea on Monday and could turn into a hurricane as it passes near Cuba, which is...

What about the check? House of Representatives approves $2.2 trillion economic relief package

The House of Representatives narrowly approved on Thursday an amended version of an economic relief package against the COVID-19 pandemic for $2.2 trillion, which...

Moderator Chris Wallace fails to stop interruptions in first debate

He is known as a tough interviewer, but Chris Wallace struggled Tuesday night to moderate the presidential debate, without being able to control a...

Poll: Americans fear foreign interference

Most Americans are at least concerned about the potential for foreign interference in the November election and most believe that Russia tried to influence...

What is the experimental antibody treatment given to the president Donald Trump

After being diagnosed as positive for COVID-19, President Donald Trump received an experimental drug, the White House said this Friday. "As a precautionary measure, it...