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Board of Governors member attributes the pay gap between men and women to genetics


Legislature fails to protect LGBTQ employment rights


Changes in Florida building code


Proposed amendment would restore non-violent felons' rights


Student safety and crime rates in Tallahassee


Governor Rick Scott raises pay for state employees


New medical marijuana law would let cities/counties ban dispensaries


Blood donors honoring memories of Pulse shooting victims


Remembering the Pulse terror attack


Governor vetoes millions proposed for marijuana research


Smart justice: Bill seeks to give prisoners education, cut down sentences


Fallen correctional officers memorial highlights the need for more officers


Wildfires burn through more than 170,000 acres in Florida


Florida boasts record tourism numbers


Florida Senate talks tax cuts


Dozier victims get official apology from state


Marijuana activists lobby for patients' rights to smokable pot


Bill to decriminalize marijuana in Florida


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Archbishop: Church of England Hid Decades-Long Sex Abuse

The Church of England "colluded" with and helped to hide the long-term sexual abuse of young men by one of its former bishops, the head of the church said Thursday.

Juror Says Bill Cosby 'Already Paid His Price'

One member of the hung jury in Bill Cosby's mistrial said the panel was deeply divided from the very start of its marathon deliberations.

Inmates Who Saved Guard Who Collapsed Get Reduced Sentences

Six convicts are getting their sentences shortened after saving a guard who collapsed on duty last Monday in Polk County, Georgia.

Fierce Fighting as Iraqi Troops Push into ISIS Stronghold

ISIS fighters are making a determined stand as Iraq's military advances into Mosul's Old City, where over 100,000 civilians are trapped by the fighting.

NJ Assembly Passes Bill Requiring Kids Be Taught to Interact With Police

The New Jersey Assembly passed a bill requiring that kids be taught about interacting with police, and their rights. One critic called it "victim blaming."