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New laws roll out in Florida Sunday


Rising waters could pose threat to Florida homes


U.S. Supreme Court clears way for states to tax online purchases


Convicted felons ask for change in Florida's clemency process


Students sue for better access to early voting


Push to disclose birth parent information to Florida adoptees


Investigation into lawmakers' accepted donations


Florida's clemency law may not be changing anytime soon


Proposed amendment would make it easier for charter schools to set up shop in Florida


Education advocates speak out against proposed amendment to Florida's constitution


Florida's Constitution Revision Commission stirs up controversy


Number of criminals sentenced to death in Florida declining


NRA Lobbyist receives numerous death threats


Marsy's Law could expand victims' rights in Florida's constitution


Governor vetoes "Toilet to Tap" bill


New KIDS COUNT survey shows child welfare data


Governor Scott and cabinet ask for stay in clemency ruling


Florida cities push to declare ban on tightening gun laws unconstitutional


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CVS apologizes to transgender woman denied medication

The pharmacist's actions did not reflect CVS's values or commitment to "inclusion, nondiscrimination and the delivery of outstanding patient care," the company said.

Education program for inmates in South Africa honors Mandela's legacy

South Africa's new Prison to College Pipeline program seeks to address recidivism by providing prisoners with access to public university-level education.

China is waging a 'cold war' against the U.S., says CIA Asia expert

Beijing does not want to go to war with the U.S. but is attempting to undermine Washington's global position, said Michael Collins, a CIA expert on Asia.

Trump: Cohen taping me 'totally unheard of & perhaps illegal'

Reports on Friday said Trump's former lawyer had secretly recorded him discussing a payment involving an ex-Playboy model.

N.H. makes it tougher for students to vote. Democrats call it 'devious' suppression.

The GOP-controlled state government recently passed a law that critics say amounts to placing a "poll tax" on college students.