Why The French-Canadian Community Keeps Coming Back To Richard's Motel, Along U.S. 1 In Hollywood
This is the first installment in an occasional series about the people who keep returning to old South Florida motels. For decades, U.S. 1 in South Florida has been dotted with small, colorful motels. For some families, the motels have become nostalgic destinations they return to year after year.
Venezuelan President Finally Admits Oil 'Emergency.' It May Be Too Late
It’s no secret Venezuela’s once robust oil industry is wrecked, which is why its economy is wrecked too. Even Venezuela’s authoritarian socialist president is now admitting it.
Democratic Super PAC's #CaudilloDay Ads Turn Latin American Tables On Trump
President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign often warns Latinos in Florida that Democrats advocate the sort of socialism their families escaped in Latin America. But a Democrat super PAC has turned the tables.
Elections Officials In Broward And Palm Beach Say They're Ready For March Primary
The Sunshine Economy: Financial Statements — Still More Stories Of Money And The Price Of Life
Michelle Zambrana feels like she is chasing the Miami lifestyle, but can't quite catch it. She and her husband, Oscar Rosenberg, recently had their second child right after Rosenberg lost his job at the bank where he worked 15 years. When Marte Marello and her husband moved to Miami only about a year ago, they came without expecting to stay long. Her family is in Italy, and she says the risk of climate change may have them move to Europe in a few years. David and Nancy Fry started their careers and family in Broward County, but left for Central Florida, only to return a couple of years later. They were high school sweethearts growing up in Weston, and were on a familiar path of going to college, launching their careers, getting married, beginning a family. But keeping up with the cost of life has been challenging. These are some of the South Floridians who have shared with us their stories of money and the price of life here. They are struggling to make ends meet, and also the