A Florida man is facing charges of posting detailed bomb-making instructions to online sites frequented by extremists such as supporters of the Islamic State group, according to an FBI complaint unsealed Monday.
A last-minute settlement was reached Tuesday in a long-running Florida lawsuit involving a politically connected financier accused of sexually abusing dozens of teenage girls, clearing the way for the victims’ lawyers to try to unravel a once-secret agreement that prevented federal criminal prosecution of the financier.
Defense Secretary James Mattis says the U.S. military brings stability to most of Latin America through its operations at the Miami-based Southern Command headquarters.
A man with dual British and Australian citizenship whose newlywed wife went missing at sea as the couple sailed off the Bahamas on a belated honeymoon pleaded guilty Monday to an involuntary manslaughter charge in federal court.
A Frenchman arrested when he arrived in the United States for a world beard-growing championship is set to plead guilty in Miami federal court to drug charges.
A Florida appeals court has reversed the murder conviction of Anthony “Big Tony” Moscatiello in the purportedly mob-connected slaying in 2001 of businessman Konstantinos “Gus” Boulis.
An Alaska man pleaded guilty Wednesday in exchange for a life prison sentence in the Florida airport shooting that killed five people and wounded six.
A decision is due on whether federal prosecutors will seek the death penalty in the case of an Alaska man accused of killing five people and wounding six in a Florida airport shooting.
A quarter century after he vanished, a man dubbed the last of Miami’s “cocaine cowboys” is being sentenced for a drug trafficking conviction.
Someone gunned down businessman Derrick Moo Young and his adult son in room 1215 of the Dupont Plaza Hotel in October 1986 during the height of Miami’s cocaine wars.