By Buddy Nevins
A decades-long monopoly was shattered Tuesday when Miramar agreed to let an upstart company handle its waste disposal.
By Dan Christensen and Anthony Summers
A Fort Lauderdale federal judge Friday gave the FBI another week to produce tens of thousands of pages from its massive 9/11 investigation for his inspection, but forcefully denied government requests that he water down his own previous order requiring disclosure.
By Michael Pollick
Relatives of 9/11 victims are eagerly watching the legal struggle over information held by the FBI concerning a Saudi Arabian family in Sarasota with possible ties to terrorists, even as calls in Congress ramp up for more disclosure about how the attackers were funded. Late Thursday, the government asked a Fort Lauderdale federal judge for more time to submit its 9/11 records.
By Buddy Nevins
By Dan Christensen
BrowardBulldog.org with The Center for Public Integrity
Florida kicked off the modern era of open government reforms when it became the first state to pass an open meetings law in 1967. Today, Florida’s Sunshine Law, and its even older Public Records Law, are among the strongest in the nation.
But while Florida lets plenty of sun shine in on public meetings and records, it has done a poor job of illuminating the activities of lobbyists.
By Robbyn Swan
Special to BrowardBulldog.org
The FBI mishandled its investigation of the travel of a Saudi prince and his companions out of Florida within days of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, new interviews, 9/11 Commission documents and FBI files reveal.
Editor’s note: This story first appeared in Broward Bulldog on Feb. 20. As on Monday, we are re-posting our coverage of the 9/11 investigation after it was picked up today, March 13, by MSNBC. By Dan Christensen and Anthony Summers Former Florida Senator Bob Graham has seen two classified FBI documents that he says raise […]Full Story »
Editor’s note: This story first appeared in Broward Bulldog and the London Daily Telegraph on Feb. 18. We are re-posting it here after it was picked up today, March 12, by MSNBC and NBC News4 New York. By Dan Christensen and Anthony Summers A Saudi man who triggered an FBI investigation after he and his […]Full Story »
By Dan Christensen and Buddy Nevins
Broward’s top city and county managers regularly meet in secret to discuss public business, formulate policy and even negotiate contracts.
By Amber Statler-Matthews
The tug-of-war may be in Tallahassee over personal injury protection insurance, but at the heart of the battle are drivers in Broward and Miami-Dade counties who are paying more each year in premiums.
By William Gjebre
An outside auditing firm did not review more than $20 million in Hallandale Beach vendor contracts because the city failed to provide the information and limitations on the scope of the audit.
By Barrie Dunsmore The White House: 3:10 a.m. (April/May/ June 2012? ) The telephone in President Barack Obama’s bedroom rings. He is told that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is on the line. “Mr. President,” says Netanyahu, “I wish to inform you that the Israeli Defense Forces have begun their attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities.” […]Full Story »