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DNA testing identifies another body at infamous Florida School for Boys

TAMPA — Robert Stephens was murdered in 1937 and buried in an unmarked grave on the campus of Florida's oldest state-run reform school, the Florida School for Boys, in the Panhandle town of …


Vehicle found that may be linked to shooting at Mississippi military facility


Bill Nelson announces support for Iran nuclear deal

Sheriff's deputy, business owner find toddler in dog's mouth, officials say


  1. Five myths about the atomic bomb


    Seventy years ago this week — on Aug. 6, 1945 — the United States dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima. Another bomb fell Aug. 9 on Nagasaki. Decades later, controversy and misinformation still surround the decision to use nuclear weapons during World War II. Here are five widely held …

    The mushroom cloud after the second bomb was dropped, on Nagasaki.
  2. Free and cheap fun: 5 things to do under $5 Aug. 6-12


    1 Meet artist Eddy Ochoa Guzman: The Cuban contemporary artist, whose work shown above is included in the Clyde Hensley Cuban Museum Exhibition on display at Tampa's Nuance Galleries through Aug. 30, will be on hand from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the gallery at 804 S Dale Mabry Highway, …

    The artwork of contemporary Cuban artist Eddy Ochoa Guzman is on display at Tampa’s Nuance Galleries through Aug. 30. The artist will be on hand from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Nuance Galleries, 804 S Dale Mabry Highway, Tampa.
  3. Still wet, still hot — and still older

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    The cast keeps aging, but the joke never seems to get old.

    Paul Rudd and Marguerite Moreau in Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer.
  4. Don't blame Medicaid for rise in health care spending


    Health care spending growth has moderated in recent years, but it's still putting tremendous strain on state and local governments. A recent analysis by the Pew Charitable Trusts revealed that it consumed 31 percent of state and local government revenue in 2013, nearly doubling from 1987.

  5. On Thursday's 'Daily Show,' Jon Stewart will give us one final Moment of Zen

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    What will be Jon Stewart's final moment of Zen, signing off one last time from The Daily Show Thursday as he has for more than 16 years?

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The first time Stewart introduced himself in 1999, taking over for Craig Kilborn, the Wally Pipp of late night comedy chat.
    If we were to sing in the rain, it'd be a tasteful mix of Taylor, Bey and Lana del Ray.

    My Outfit Monday: It's all about the Wellingtons, baby

    If we were singing in the rain, we would be hoarse by now....


    Governor Scott unveils a presidential campaign slogan

    Florida Gov. Rick Scott is not saying who he wants to be the Republican nominee for president, but he certainly has a campaign slogan picked out for who he thinks can beat Hillary Clinton in 2016....


    Richie Shaffer is the first player from the Rays 2012 draft to make the majors.

    For starters, Rays at White Sox, in Shaffer's debut

    UPDATE, 7:16:  Sounds like Shaffer will be around for a while, playing 1B and occasionally 3B vs. all LHPs, getting some at-bats vs. RHPs. Probably won't get in the outfield, but not out of the question. .... Shaffer will have his parents, brother, fiancee and financee's parents here tonight. ... He said it felt "pretty surreal" and that as much as he hoped to treat it like any other game he knows that is unlikely. ... Cash said DH/OF Joey Butler needs to get going given his extended struggles, that most of his issues have beem missing pitches he had been hitting....