By Francisco Alvarado
Local, state and federal moratoriums meant to protect renters from facing threats of eviction throughout the pandemic don’t apply to public housing tenants in Miami-Dade County who miss deadlines to submit proof of their indigent status.
A super PAC that claims to advocate for wounded veterans raised millions of dollars this year, but spent only $18,000 of it on political activity. The rest of the money was spun off to administrative and marketing services, including to three companies belonging to one person — a former long-shot Democratic congressional candidate, self-published author, certified nutrition-label reader and serial hustler in East Tennessee named Alan Bohms.
By Noreen Marcus
New information in a government report deepens the mystery of who exactly federal prosecutors protected with their 2007 sweetheart deal for sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein.
By Dan Christensen
Corruption. The dictionary defines it as “dishonest or illegal behavior, especially by powerful people.”
How else to explain the failures of both the Florida Senate and the Florida ethics commission to hold powerful National Rifle Association lobbyist and board member Marion Hammer accountable for