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Speaking for the first time following the singer’s arrest, Universal chief Lucian Grainge broke company protocol to make this public plea

Cuban castaway boy says thanks a decade on

Elian Gonzalez, the Cuban castaway boy who became the object of an international custody battle a decade ago in Miami, has said he was happy he ended up back in Cuba. But, in his first public comments in several years, he added he had no hard feelings toward his relatives in Miami who fought to keep him there.

Ten years on, Cuban castaway Elian Gonzalez is happy back home

Elian Gonzalez, the Cuban castaway boy who became the object of an international custody battle a decade ago in Miami, said on Wednesday he was happy he ended up back in Cuba.

David Flatman: Sorry I missed the hat-trick... I was busy chewing grass

View from down under with the England prop

Anti-gay Baptist minister took male prostitute on holiday

A Baptist minister who is one of America's leading opponents of gay rights, and who believes that homosexuality is a mental disorder that can be "cured", found himself with some serious explaining to do yesterday after he was photographed at Miami airport with a male prostitute he had hired to join him on a European holiday.

Hacker's high life brought to end with 20-year sentence

Longest ever jail term, and failure of Asperger's syndrome defence, bodes ill for Gary McKinnon

The Hedonist: Miami

What to see and where to be seen, by Nick Clarke from <a target="new" href="http://www.hg2.com">Hg2</a> luxury city guides

Super Bowl XLIV: Payton leads Saints to heaven

New Orleans coach makes decisive call to ensure 31-17 upset win over Indianapolis

Sailing: Ayton steps in to driving seat as Wilson flies home

A last-minute shake-up in Florida has seen double Olympic gold medallist Sarah Ayton step into the driving seat of a 470 dinghy alongside Saskia Clark as her former crew, and fellow China gold medallist, Pippa Wilson has abruptly gone home for ‘personal reasons.’

Man threatening Jews taken off flight, say police

A Florida airline passenger who witnesses say proclaimed "I want to kill all the Jews" before police forced him off a Detroit-bound plane has been arrested.

Thanksgiving 'killer' arrested at motel

A man accused of killing four relatives at a Thanksgiving holiday dinner was captured at a motel in the Florida Keys where police said he had eluded authorities for about a month by checking in under a fake name and address, and hiding his car with a cover.

Stephen Foley: Murdoch could learn from Miami Herald

US Outlook: The Miami Herald has got a lot of abuse for asking online readers for voluntary donations to support its free-to-air website. "Once-proud" newspaper "reduced" to "holding out the tin can" and "begging", seems to be the headline reaction. But how about "pioneering" media organisation "saves journalism" with "bold experiment" and "builds an online community that will protect its heritage"?

Miami Herald asks readers for donations

The Miami Herald has taken a surprise step in its attempt to combat diving circulation numbers and boost online earnings, by asking its readers for handouts.

Missing man's body found in canal

A body pulled from a canal was identified today as the missing man at the centre of a celebrity-backed online search.

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