TALLAHASSEE — After two years of complaints about health care in Florida's prisons, the private company that has been responsible for the largest share of inmate care — Corizon Health — decided not to renew its $1.1 billion contract with the state Monday, leaving the future of care for 74,000 inmates …
After a year of repeated for-profit college scandals — including the recent closure of Dade Medical College — Florida lawmakers are poised to consider new, tougher rules governing the schools.
TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick Scott on Monday ordered the execution of a man convicted in two 1983 killings.
MIAMI — State investigators say there's no evidence Planned Parenthood in Florida purchased or sold human organs or tissue.
MIAMI BEACH — Ah, to be among the glitterati who will descend this week on Art Basel Miami Beach. Nibbling on canapes. Clinking glasses of bubbly. Perusing modern masterpieces. And … writing checks to politicians?
During a recent campaign stop in Atlantic, Iowa, Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush told a very detailed story to underscore Democratic President Barack Obama's alleged unwillingness to work with Republicans in the U.S. Senate.
Here's what he said:
Thousands of Donald Trump fans packed inside and outside a Sarasota arena Saturday to hear the Republican front-runner rip Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, super PACs, "phonies" in the press corps (especially the New York Times), Obamacare, "weak" generals leading America's military, political correctness, …
JACKSONVILLE — The first major gay rights showdown since Houston's rancorous vote to repeal its antidiscrimination ordinance is shaping up here in Jacksonville, the largest city in the nation whose leaders have never enacted civil rights protections for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people.
Someone was suspicious of Zelda King and her gang of gambling grandmas.
TALLAHASSEE — The knock-down fight over the political future of the Florida Senate entered its third round this week as lawyers for the coalition of voting groups accused Republican lawmakers of conspiring again to protect incumbents, while the Legislature's lawyers accused opponents of "operating in the shadows" …