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  1. Jeb Bush calls for overturning 'Citizens United' decision that unleashed super PACs


    NASHUA, N.H. – Jeb Bush advocated for an overturn of the Citizen United decision that unleashed the super PAC era.

  2. Was Peyton Manning's performance the worst ever by a Super Bowl winner?


    Peyton Manning was bad. He was good enough for the Denver Broncos to win Super Bowl 50, yes, but still bad.

    When the Denver Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers 24-10 on Sunday, Peyton Manning became the first quarterback in NFL history to win a Super Bowl with two teams. He won his first when the Indianapolis Colts defeated the Chicago Bears in 2007. [Getty Images]
  3. Marco Rubio's run-in with a gay man


    MANCHESTER, N.H. -- A gay man confronted Marco Rubio on Monday over his opposition to same-sex marriage, an unscripted moment in a day of stagecraft from the Florida presidential candidate.

    Republican presidential candidate, Sen. Marco Rubio meets employees of Puritan Backroom Restaurant as his son Dominick Rubio, 8, eats chicken fingers during a campaign stop in Manchester, N.H., on Monday.
  4. Shark attacks hit record worldwide in 2015 — with Florida No. 1


    Shark attacks hit an all-time world-wide record in 2015, with Florida — as always — leading the world in the number of times sharks bit surfers, swimmers and beachfront splashers, according to researchers at the University of Florida.

  5. Hillsborough school officials submit blueprint for federal agreement to fix racial disparities


    TAMPA — The Hillsborough County school district has made enough progress in how it treats minority students to warrant a voluntary agreement with a federal agency that is now in its second year of a massive investigation.

  6. Romano: Why Gov. Rick Scott never talks about Obamacare anymore


    Here's a recent headline: Florida to have highest population of Obamacare enrollees

  7. Original Chihuly sculpture stolen from St. Petersburg gallery, police say


    ST. PETERSBURG — An original sculpture by glass artist Dale Chihuly disappeared from the Beach Drive gallery that houses his collection, police said Monday.

    A bare pedestal stands among several Chihuly glass sculptures. 'Cobalt and Lavender Piccolo Venetian with Gilded Handles' went missing between Sunday and Monday from the St. Petersburg gallery. [ZACHARY T. SAMPSON | Times]
  8. lululemon is the first store to close in St. Pete's Sundial


    ST. PETERSBURG — Yoga retailer lululemon has become the first tenant in the Sundial shopping center to close its doors.

  9. Four arrested on trespassing charges during Black Lives Matter protest at state fair


    TAMPA — Four people affiliated with a Black Lives Matter demonstration at the Florida State Fair were arrested on trespassing charges over the weekend after they refused to leave when authorities asked, according to the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office.

  10. Turris relates to Drouin's plight: 'It's a tough, tough go'


    While the Lightning will play in Jonathan Drouin's hometown of Montreal Tuesday, the suspended wing continues to work out and skate on his own every day somewhere in the city.

  11. Northbound I-275 will close overnight between Lois and Armenia Avenues in Tampa


    TAMPA — The northbound lanes of Interstate 275 between Lois and Armenia Avenues — the same lanes that have ensnared drivers for the past couple weeks in frustrating backups —will be closed overnight for construction.

  12. Condra to face former team, Bishop won't


    Lightning goalie Ben Bishop was one of the last players off the ice at Monday's optional skate, acknowledging to the swarm of Ottawa-based reporters he would not get a chance to face his former team tonight.

  13. Leopard wanders into south Indian school, injures 3 before caught (w/video)


    BANGALORE, India — Officials say a leopard wandered into a school in southern India and injured three people as it tried to escape.

    In this image made from video, a leopard attacks a man at a school in Bangalore, India. Officials say the leopard wandered into the school in southern India and injured three people as it tried to escape. [AP photo]
  14. Jeb Bush warns 'something is going to happen' and makes case for 'steady leader'


    NASHUA, N.H. - Jeb Bush began his final appeal to New Hampshire voters on Monday, urging them to go with a "steady leader" over some of his less experienced, more combative rivals.

    Jeb Bush greets a woman after a speech before The Rotary Club of Nashua on Feb. 8, 2016.