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  • MIAMI— Cuba has loosened a policy banning Cuban-born people from arriving by sea, allowing Carnival Corp. to go forward with the first U.S. cruise to the island in a half-century, the Cuban government and the Miami- based cruise line announced Friday. The company at first barred Cuban-born Americans from buying tickets for the planned May 1 cruise to comply with...

  • Carnival CEO Arnold Donald said in a written statement that the cruise line is continuing negotiations with Cuba aimed at resolving the issue prior to a scheduled May 1 cruise by its Fathom brand from Miami to Cuba— the first such sail in more than 50 years that is part of the ongoing thaw in U.S.- Cuba relations. Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez— who was born...

  • March Madness fans

    Beginning March 15, basketball fans will be able to watch the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship through Apple TV.

  • Home renovation projects are keeping contracting companies busy.

    Since the crash, house flipping has remained pretty stable overall ... with two very glaring exceptions. Read where houses are being churned.

  • Destructive hacker

    A man under investigation by the FBI was arrested in Miami this morning for allegedly hacking a hospital.

  • Uber drives sits next to a yellow cab.

    A doctor is under internal investigation by a Miami health system due to an online video of a young woman trashing an Uber car.

  • Hedge fund billionaire opens office in Miami Beach

    Appaloosa becomes the latest large financial firm to establish itself in the area.

  • Official seize 300 hoverboards in Miami

    Federal officials say hundreds of counterfeit hoverboards have been taken away.

  • WASHINGTON, Jan 13- The United States is hunting down international criminals who launder money through real estate deals, with the Treasury Department ordering title insurance companies to report the identities of people paying cash for high-end properties in Miami and Manhattan. Title insurers will have to disclose buyer identities in deals of at least...

  • Miami real estate: What's hot, what's not

    Insight to the buyers of Miami real estate, and whether Miami is heading into a real estate bubble, with Samantha DeBianchi, DeBianchi Real Estate.

  • Trouble spots after hot year for Miami real estate

    CNBC's Diana Olick reports Miami is becoming a tale of two housing markets - single-family homes versus coastal condos.

  • Samantha DeBianchi, real-estate agent, former star of Bravo’s “Million Dollar Listing Miami”

    Home prices may be rising but the market still hasn't peaked, says this former Bravo "Million Dollar Listing" star. Plus, the best month to buy.

  • Moxy hotel room rendering.

    Chains are opening hotels with micro-size rooms, but with larger communal spaces aimed at the millennial traveler.

  • The Miami real estate market

    CNBC's Robert Frank is joined by Senada Adzem, Douglas Elliman, to discuss the Miami real estate market.

  • Faena House in Miami Beach

    When billionaire hedgies and Wall Street's wealthy head to Miami, they're increasingly flocking to one building: Faena House.

  • LeBron James

    Basketball star LeBron James is swapping French Fries for pizza.

  • Hackers breach Trump hotels

    Customer credit and debit card numbers may have been stolen at seven Trump hotels after its payment systems were hacked for nearly a year.

  • Austen Everett and her mother June Leahy.

    After a string of young soccer players fall ill, June Leahy searches for answers on turf that could have caused her daughter's death, says NBC News

  • Florida travel just got a little less expensive.

    Airfares dropped 3.1 percent in August, according to figures from the Labor Department. Here's what that means for your vacation.

  • Sen. Marco Rubio.

    Rubio has put a sweeping tax reform plan at the center of his White House campaign. He sat down with CNBC'S John Harwood in Detroit.