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Today β€” December 8th 2019Your RSS feeds

Before Florida Shooting, Gunman Showed Off Videos of Mass Attacks

By Frances Robles, Eric Schmitt, Patricia Mazzei and Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs

Investigators are still trying to understand the motive of a Saudi trainee who fatally shot three people at Naval Air Station Pensacola.

Yesterday β€” December 7th 2019Your RSS feeds

Florida Shooting Updates: Gunman Showed Videos of Mass Shootings at Party

By Eric Schmitt, Frances Robles and Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs

A Saudi national at Naval Air Station Pensacola fatally shot three people before he was killed on Friday.

Saudi Trainee Kills 3 in Shooting at Florida Naval Base

By Kalyn Wolfe, Patricia Mazzei, Eric Schmitt and Christine Hauser

Authorities were trying to determine whether the shooting that killed three and injured eight others was an act of terrorism.

The $120,000 Banana Wins Art Basel

By Guy Trebay

Stampeding billionaires took over Miami Beach for the annual art fair where everybody is V.I.P.

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A Graffiti Museum Where the Writers Are in Charge

By Jon Caramanica

The Museum of Graffiti, the first of its kind, opens in Miami with a ticktock history of the art form’s early development

Florida Shooting Updates: Authorities Say It’s Too Early to Know if It’s Terrorism

By Patricia Mazzei, Thomas Gibbons-Neff and Christine Hauser

A member of the Saudi Air Force training to be a pilot killed three people at Naval Air Station Pensacola before he was shot dead by officers responding to the scene, the authorities said.

Gunman Is Dead After Shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Officials Say

By Derrick Bryson Taylor and Christine Hauser

The authorities did not say how the gunman had died. Nearby hospitals said they had received or were expecting about 11 patients so far.

4 Killed in Shootout After Police Chase Outside Miami, F.B.I. Says

By Liam Stack

The shootout followed the hijacking of a UPS truck and the kidnapping of its driver by two people who tried to rob a jewelry store, a special agent said.

Florida Keys Deliver a Hard Message: As Seas Rise, Some Places Can’t Be Saved

By Christopher Flavelle and Patricia Mazzei

A project to calculate the cost of raising roads shows that some places may not justify the vast expense, casting doubt on the future of those areas.

Florida Keys Deliver a Hard Message: As Seas Rise, Some Places Can’t Be Saved

By Christopher Flavelle and Patricia Mazzei

A project to calculate the cost of raising roads shows that some places may not justify the vast expense, casting doubt on the future of those areas.

β€˜Who Owns Black Art?’: A Question Resounds at Art Basel Miami

By John Eligon

The theme of an exhibition asks whether black people are truly the main beneficiaries of the culture they produce.

This Traffic Jam Is Meant for Rubbernecking

By Joseph B. Treaster

With life-size sand sculptures on Miami Beach, the artist Leandro Erlich hopes to force people to face the dangers of climate change.

A Long-Lost Black Cemetery in Tampa May Have Been Found

By Jacey Fortin and Johnny Diaz

“We feel as though our ancestors are coming back and talking to us,” said a member of a historical committee that is investigating the discovery of about 145 coffins at a high school.

Chinese Woman Who Trespassed at Mar-a-Lago Sentenced to 8 Months

By Nick Madigan and Patricia Mazzei

Yujing Zhang, who unlawfully made her way into President Trump’s resort, has already served most of her sentence.

82 Days Underwater: The Tide Is High, but They’re Holding On

By Patricia Mazzei

A brutal “king tides” season made worse by climate change has flooded the streets of a Florida Keys community for nearly three months.

82 Days Underwater: The Tide Is High, but They’re Holding On

By Patricia Mazzei

A brutal “king tides” season made worse by climate change has flooded the streets of a Florida Keys community for nearly three months.

Plot to Steal Florida Hurricane Aid Leads to Indictments

By Aimee Ortiz

Five people, including three business executives, were indicted on charges that they conspired to take $5 million in disaster aid after Hurricane Michael in 2018.

Oklahoma Town Reels After a Detective Is Charged With Killing Its Police Chief

By Emily S. Rueb

What does a town do when the chief is killed at a law enforcement conference and one of his officers is charged in the homicide? Mannford, Okla., is finding out.

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