Politics

Local congressman votes against government spending bill over hurricane relief money


Representative Gaetz responds to congressional hearing clash


Exclusive with Ivanka Trump: White House says women are the key to global stability


Ag commissioner names Florida's first-ever cannabis director


Governor Ron DeSantis issues executive order eliminating common core


Fight for LGBTQ employment protections pits Florida Republicans against each other


Local congressman introduces new bill correcting old problems


Disaster relief bill agreement unlikely anytime soon


Fried Stalls appointment for Veterans Affairs


Senator Rick Scott co-sponsors bill to bay Coast Guard members impacted by shutdown


Local organization helps local felons register to vote


Congressman Neal Dunn talks disaster relief, bipartisanship


DeSantis plans busy first week


Day Four: Local congressman reacts to government shutdown


Local sheriff appointed to Governor-elect's Transition Advisory Committee on Public Safety


NRA and new Ag Commissioner at odds over concealed carry permits


Debate between Nelson, Scott canceled


Yes Tour: putting an end to greyhound racing


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Shooter in Aurora, Illinois, manufacturing plant wasn't legally allowed to own gun

Police are investigating why Martin never relinquished his firearm after it was discovered he had an aggravated assault felony on his record.

Mormons to allow missionaries to call home weekly, instead of twice yearly

Previously, they were only allowed to call home on Christmas and Mother's Day. They could email or send letters once a week.

9/11 fund running out of money for those with illnesses

New York lawmakers called it "devastating news" for "thousands of sick and injured 9/11 responders and survivors" who were counting on the compensation.

Gucci to step up diversity hiring after 'blackface' uproar

The announcement came after Gucci CEO Marco Bizzarri met with Dapper Dan, a well-known African-American designer, and other community members.

'Disturbing' texts between Oregon police and far-right group prompt investigation

Texts between Joey Gibson, the leader of the far-right group Patriot Prayer, and Portland police Lt. Jeff Niiya have been criticized by officials in Oregon's largest city.