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Fort Lauderdale is a city on Florida’s southeastern coast, known for its beaches and boating canals. The Strip is a promenade running along oceanside highway A1A. It’s lined with upscale outdoor restaurants, bars, boutiques and luxury hotels. Other attractions include the International Swimming Hall of Fame, with pools and a museum of memorabilia, and Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, featuring trails and a lagoon.

Oops! Home Prices Didn’t Crash After All

During the fourth quarter of last year, many housing experts predicted home prices were going to crash this year. Here are a few of those forecasts:Jeremy Siegel, Russell E. Palmer Professor Emeritus of Finance at the Wharton School of Business:“I expect housing prices fall 10% to 15%, and the housing prices are accelerating on the downside.”Mark Zandi, Chief Economist at Moody’s Analytics:“Buckle in. Assuming rates remain near their current 6.5% and the economy skirts recession, then national house prices will fall almost 10% peak-to-trough. Most of those declines will happen sooner rather...

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Winderman’s view: Gabe Vincent as NBA Finals leading man, all part of this wild ride

DENVER – Observations and other notes of interest from Sunday night’s 111-108 NBA Finals victory over the Denver Nuggets: – Say this about Gabe Vincent, he’s not afraid. – Oh, and he’s going to be paid. – There was a time when Vincent stood as the Heat placeholder at point guard. – Now he essentially is irreplaceable. – Basically picking up in this one with his 3-point shooting where Max Strus left off. – Not, not your traditional assists point guard. – But that is not the need with this team. – It’s the shooting. – Because it will take big shooting games for the Heat to conquer the Nuggets...

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China tightens access to Tiananmen Square, 32 detained in Hong Kong on anniversary of 1989 protests

BEIJING (AP) — China tightened access to Tiananmen Square in central Beijing on Sunday, the anniversary of the military suppression of 1989 pro-democracy protests that left a still unknown number of people dead and discussions and commemorations forbidden within the country. In Hong Kong, which was the last Chinese-controlled territory to hold commemorations, eight people, including activists and artists, were detained on the eve of the anniversary, underscoring the city’s shrinking room for freedom of expression. Police said late Sunday they arrested a woman for allegedly obstructing police...

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Heat reach a mile-high peak with 111-108 victory in Denver to tie NBA Finals 1-1

DENVER — The Miami Heat’s shock and awe continues. This time at altitude. And with an attitude. Until Sunday night, visitors were 0-9 against the Denver Nuggets this postseason at mile-high Ball Arena.. Of course, prior to this season, no No. 8 seed had made the NBA Finals during an uninterrupted season. For the Heat, just another step forward on this unlikeliest of playoff rides, turning thin air in a breath of new life with a 111-108 victory that evened the best-of-seven championship series at 1-1 heading into Wednesday night’s Game 3 at Kaseya Center. Seizing control in the fourth quarter,...

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Vegas dominates third period, lands first punch in 5-2 win over Panthers in Game 1 of Stanley Cup Final

LAS VEGAS — The Stanley Cup Final started with lasers and fireworks, decibel-deafening music and boom-boom sound effects, all in a technologically entertaining pre-game package off the Vegas Strip right down to Michael Buffer’s “Let’s get ready to rumble” throwback cheer. And then the show started. And they did rumble, and tumble, all the way until the Vegas Golden Knights took over a tie game in the third period Saturday night for a 5-2 win in Game 1 of the best-of-seven series. It was physical, sometimes breathtakingly brutal, start to the Final as each team tried to mark its territory in...

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Hurricanes drop regional game to Texas, putting season in jeopardy

CORAL GABLES — The Hurricanes dug an early hole for themselves on Saturday night, and they could not climb out of it. Now their season is in jeopardy. No. 1 seed Miami (41-20) fell behind No. 2 seed Texas (40-20) 4-0 in the first three innings and could only push across a solitary run, dropping its first regional game at Mark Light Field. The Hurricanes now need to win three straight games to keep their season alive. Sophomore Karson Ligon struggled in his start Saturday night. Dylan Campell put the Longhorns on the board quickly, smashing a two-run homer to open the scoring in the first inning....

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Arraez scorches Athletics with five hits, five RBI as Marlins roar past Oakland 12-1

MIAMI — Luis Arraez had a career-high five hits and five RBIs and the Miami Marlins beat the Oakland Athletics 12-1 on Saturday. The major leagues’ leading hitter, Arraez hit three doubles and two singles to raise his average to .390. Arraez also became the first player in franchise history with five hits and five RBIs in a game. Joey Wendle doubled twice and singled for the Marlins, who finished with 14 hits. The A’s dropped to a major league-worst 12-48 and lost their 13th straight on the road. Rookie Eury Pérez threw five scoreless innings of four-hit ball in his fifth major league start....

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Biden celebrates a ‘crisis averted’ in Oval Office address on bipartisan debt ceiling deal

By ZEKE MILLER and CHRIS MEGERIAN (Associated Press) WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden celebrated a “crisis averted” in his first speech to the nation from the Oval Office Friday evening, ready to sign a budget agreement that eliminates the potential for an unprecedented government default that he said would have been catastrophic for the U.S. and global economies. The bipartisan measure was approved by the Senate late Thursday night after passing the House in yet another late session the night before. Biden is set to sign it at the White House on Saturday with just two days to spare until...

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Hurricanes roll to win over Maine in first NCAA regional game

CORAL GABLES — The Hurricanes’ bats came alive in their first game of regional play. Miami (41-19) jumped out to a seven-run lead in the second and never looked back, burying Maine (32-20) 9-1 in the first game of the Coral Gables regional at Mark Light Field on Friday night. “Our talk before the game was try to get out in front early,” Miami coach Gino DiMare said. “Couldn’t script it any better.” The Hurricanes, who entered the postseason seventh in the nation with 112 home runs, hit three more homers Friday. Left fielder Edgardo Villegas got the Hurricanes off to a quick start, driving a...

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