"With six feet of sea-level rise, South Florida is toast."

Throughout Earth's history, the shape of the continents has changed dramatically. With the planet's temperatures rising, we can expect to see some of these geological changes in our lifetimes — especially when it comes to low-lying areas like Florida. Here's what might be in store for that state. » 6/26/13 1:00pm 6/26/13 1:00pm

How the zombie apocalypse starts: Naked attacker found eating man's face

A scary bit of news is coming out of Miami this weekend after the city police shot a naked man found eating another man's face. And several circumstances of the story have some people crying zombie. » 5/27/12 11:00am 5/27/12 11:00am

The Miami police department recruits flying robocop

The Miami-Dade PD has added a Honeywell RQ-16 T-hawk drone to their roster. This drone, which can hit altitudes of 10,000 feet for 40+ minutes, would be used in SWAT and search-and-rescue operations, not spying on jaywalkers. » 1/15/11 12:00pm 1/15/11 12:00pm

The haunted real estate of the webcomic Red Light Properties

Over at Tor.com, Dan Goldman's quirky webcomic Red Light Properties is updated every Tuesday. The comic tells the story of Cecilia and Jude, an estranged husband-and-wife paranormal investigative team that sells haunted Miami homes at rock-bottom prices. Weird and recommended.
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Alien Visitors Always Look Like Potato Fetuses

Why are aliens always such a cliche? This one is a mockup of the Roswell Alien from the Museum of Science's new exhibit, "The Science of Aliens," which opens Sunday. Click through for more images, including figures from Aliens and Alien Autopsy.Images by David Adame for AP. » 11/16/07 12:40pm 11/16/07 12:40pm