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Felon voting rights requests put on hold by Florida


Florida one step closer to staying on Daylight Saving Time year round


Georgia adoption agencies could reject same-sex couples under bill


Federal judge rules Florida's ban on ex-felons voting is unconstitutional


Five years after Midland City Crisis bus driver remembered as hero


Bullied Florida students could attend private schools with taxpayer money


Restoring most felons' voting rights could be on November's ballot


Florida abortion waiting period law struck down by judge


President Trump's administration not allowing oil drilling off Florida coast


Eastpoint man pleads guilty to illegally transporting snakes


Trump bars transgender individuals from U.S. armed forces


Environmental groups sue Trump administration for longer red snapper season


US shoots down mock warhead over the Pacific


Gulf Coast anglers plan protest against fishing limits


Manchester police name bomber, hunt for accomplices


UK police: ‘A number of fatalities’ at Grande concert


F-16 crashes outside DC, no injuries reported


AP: Under radar, Florida spent $240M on lawyers


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Ireland ends abortion ban as 'quiet revolution' transforms country

Ireland's Prime Minister described the result as the culmination of a "quiet revolution" in what was once one of Europe's most socially conservative countries.

Korean leaders hold surprise second summit as Trump says Kim talks could go ahead

The two leaders met at the demilitarized zone on the Korean border.

There's a growing movement to ban plastic straws

Bans on plastic straws are starting to catch on. But a similar fight against plastic bags shows just how hard it is to regulate plastics.

Venezuela releases imprisoned American after two years

The man's release comes a little over a week after he posted two short videos on his Facebook page in which he said a prison riot was endangering his life.

Saudi arrests of female activists come amid prince's wider crackdown

"Some Western observers have been happy to turn a blind eye," said Jane Kinninmont, deputy head of the Middle East and North Africa program at Chatham House, a London think tank.