Miami Dade will benefit from collaboration with Japan on urban rail system in general. With its advanced technology and accumulation of expertise, Japan is a leading country in this sector in terms of safety, reliability and punctuality.
On a Sunday morning 76 years ago today, 2,403 Americans died in Peal Harbor and 19 vessels were either sunk or badly damaged in the attack, which involved more than 350 warplanes launched from Japanese carriers that had secretly made their way to a remote expanse of the North Pacific.
When President Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital Wednesday – the first American president ever to do so – he claimed he was abandoning the “failed strategies of the past” that had failed to deliver peace between Israel and the Palestinians.
President Trump cannot truly understand Rosa Parks’ legacy or appreciate her bravery and still declare that NFL owners should say “Get that son of a bitch off the field” if a player follows Colin Kaepernick’s lead.
That is the issue in an important case to be argued in the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday: Does a business have the right to violate state law and refuse to serve gays and lesbians based on the business owner’s beliefs?
Now we are actively engaged in providing different levels of support to Puerto Rico’s vision specialists and patients as part of the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine’s coordinated response to the unprecedented devastation caused by Hurricane Maria.
Matt Lauer is most sorry about the same thing Bill O’Reilly and Charlie Rose are sorry about: They got called out for sexually harassing women who worked with them, and they lost their high-paying, high-profile jobs.
The public contempt of so many university academics for those who fund their subsidies doesn’t help matters. Neither does the rise of anti-conservative “mobs,” “shout-downs” and “illiberal behavior” on campuses.
The rapid nature of President Trump’s bizarre tweets, insults and outrageous behavior has almost taken on a white-noise quality. It is constantly present, and most of the media can focus on little else.
Hillary Clinton took on the Trump administration in one of her first public speeches since the election. Clinton faulted the administration for its abandoned health care policy and lack of female representation in top jobs. She also rebuked White House press secretary Sean Spicer for chiding a black female journalist for shaking her head during a daily news conference.
Hillary Clinton takes on Trump administration, rebukes Spicer during California speech
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