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Florida Politics: Unanimous jury vote to sentence someone to death?


Florida House votes to kill incentives programs


State house looks to put an end to state-funded incentives


Proposed bill would allow religion back into Florida schools


Proposed law would limit term limits for Florida judges


Proposed change to abortion law would allow women to sue doctor up to 10 years later


State panel votes to get rid of 28 economic incentive programs


Three nominations made for Florida's constitution revision commission


Lawyer and medical marijuana backer John Morgan may run for governor


Property taxes on rise in Florida


Governor Rick Scott unveils budget plan, faces opposition


Florida state workers getting sign-up discount


Florida governor wants more than $600 million in tax cuts


Florida health officials began the rule-making process expanding eligibility for medical marijuana


Florida could boost financial aid for college students


Missing teen mom, toddler may be in Panama City or Ft. Walton Beach


Seaworld announces one of its best known orcas, Tilikum, has died


Florida panther deaths stay at record high


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Trump Ultimatum: Vote Friday or Obamacare Stays

After House Republican leaders abruptly canceled a planned vote on the GOP health care bill Thursday afternoon, Office of Management and Budget director Mick Mulvaney made clear Thursday evening that President Trump is done negotiating on the hotly-debated health care bill and wants a vote on Friday. If the president doesn't get a vote to repeal and replace Obamacare, he will move on to other priorities, Mulvaney said, according to a source in the room during tense talks with GOP members. Tune in to MSNBC for continuing coverage.

Coast Guard Suspends Search for Missing Cruise Ship Passenger

"Making the choice to suspend a search is never an easy decision and one the Coast Guard doesn't take lightly," the Coast Guard said.

Jury Gets Case in Trial of Penn State's Ex-President

The jury in former Penn State University president Graham Spanier's criminal trial went home Thursday after more than six hours of deliberations without reaching a verdict.

Senate Votes to Let ISPs Sell Your Data Without Consent

The measure, which the only Democratic member of the FCC said opens 'a massive gap in consumer protection law,' still has to pass the House and be signed by the president.

Khalid Masood Identified as London Parliament Attacker

Khalid Masood, 52, was identified by British authorities on Thursday. He was born in Kent and was known to law enforcement as 'a peripheral figure.'