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Miami Hurricanes junior defensive end Jonathan Garvin has chosen to forgo his senior season and enter the NFL Draft. He won't compete in Miami’s bowl game.

A top cop in the Florida Keys told a deputy to pull over a black man and act like a “white supremacist,” “neo-Nazi cop” to get information from him. She was caught on tape and relieved of her command — but not fired.

‘Haiti is like the forgotten emergency.’ UN World Food Program needs $62 million to combat hunger crisis

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Someone ate the $120,000 banana at Art Basel. But it's all good, a new one was taped back onto the wall at the art installation. “He did not destroy the art work. The banana is the idea.”

President @realDonaldTrump  has landed in South Florida. He is headed to the @FloridaGOP 's 2019 Statesman's Dinner, and later, he'll give the keynote address to the Israeli-American Council Summit. 📸: @pportalphoto 

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"I don't think anyone has been told the truth about what Jeffrey Epstein did," said Michelle Licata, now 30. "He ruined my life and a lot of girls' lives. People need to know what he did and why he wasn't prosecuted so it never happens again."

Long before #MeToo  became the catalyst for a women's movement about sexual assault — and a decade before the fall of Harvey Weinstein, Bill Cosby and U.S. Olympic gymnastic doctor Larry Nassar — there was Jeffrey Edward Epstein. #PerversionofJustice 

#BREAKING : Second Parkland shooting survivor commits suicide, police confirm Via

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President Donald Trump cheered Robert Kraft’s team to Super Bowl victory with founder of spa where he was busted

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BREAKING: George Zimmerman sues family of Trayvon Martin, publisher, prosecutors for $100 million

Epstein could have spent life in prison, but he only served a little more than a year in jail. Why? A secret deal was struck — an extraordinary plea arrangement — with help from future Secretary of Labor Alex Acosta.

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Documents show Acosta, then a federal prosecutor, didn't just buckle under pressure from Epstein's lawyers; he and other prosecutors worked *with* them to contain the case — even as the FBI was uncovering evidence of a wider sex trafficking operation.

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