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  1. Former Sen. Bob Graham pushes for even more disclosure on 9/11 investigations

    State Roundup
    WASHINGTON — Former Sen. Bob Graham on Wednesday sharply criticized government secrecy over the Sept. 11 attacks, saying the recent release of 28 pages of classified information is merely an opening into what the American public deserves to know.
    Former Sen. Bob Graham, Wednesday at the National Press Club, says there are still unanswered questions about Sept. 11.
  2. Marco Rubio and Patrick Murphy will debate, but how many times unclear

    State Roundup
    TALLAHASSEE — Wasting no time after their blowout primary victories, Sen. Marco Rubio and Rep. Patrick Murphy were quick to engage in a chippy debate over debating in their first hours back on the campaign trail.
  3. Alan Grayson insists he'll be back despite political setbacks

    State Roundup
    TALLAHASSEE — When U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson entered the campaign for U.S. Senate, he was supposed to be an alternative for the Democratic Party's left wing.
    Democratic U.S. Senate candidate and current U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson, of Orlando, addresses the Florida Democratic Party's progressive caucus during the party's annual gathering on June 18, 2016, in Hollywood. Grayson, a progressive firebrand, has drawn most of his support from that wing of the party. (Kristen M. Clark   |  Times/Herald)
  4. September brings bargains at Disney, Busch Gardens, Lowry Park Zoo and other attractions

    Florida
    After the heat and crowds of summer, the many bargains available in September at Florida attractions are a fall bonus for Floridians. The weather might not be crisp yet, but there are many deals in the wind.Local deals
    Passholders at the Florida Aquarium, MOSI and Lowry Park Zoo get admission to all three facilities for the month thanks to the Swaptember promotion.
  5. Longtime Rep. Corrine Brown defeated in Democratic primary

    State Roundup
    Indicted U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown of Jacksonville was defeated Tuesday night, scandal upending her long congressional career as Al Lawson of Tallahassee blew past her.
    U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown, first elected in 1992, was indicted in June on fraud charges from her connection to a charity.
  6. PolitiFact Florida screens claims in the U.S. Senate primary races

    Elections
    After months of being bombarded with campaign ads and mailers, Florida primary voters will decide Tuesday which U.S. Senate candidates will move on to the general election.
  7. PolitiFact: Four claims from Donald Trump's first general election ad, fact-checked

    Doom and gloom will befall the nation under a Hillary Clinton administration, implies Donald Trump's first TV ad of the general election.
  8. Tim Kaine associates Donald Trump's values with KKK's during FAMU rally

    National
    TALLAHASSEE — Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine is associating Donald Trump's values with those of the Ku Klux Klan.
    Democratic vice presidential candidate, Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., speaks to students Friday on the Florida A&M University campus in Tallahassee. [Mark Wallheiser | Associated Press]
  9. The rich are different: Like Rick Scott, they run for state office

    State Roundup
    TALLAHASSEE — After Tuesday, Irv Slosberg could be a state senator — or he could be out nearly $2 million in a failed election.
    Rep. Irv Slosberg, D- Boca Raton, has given $1.88?million of his own money to his campaign.
  10. Is Marco Rubio ready to reverse his support for the TPP? Signs say yes

    State Roundup
    Sen. Marco Rubio is expressing doubts about the Trans-Pacific Partnership, suggesting he may be ready to reverse support, a stark example of eroding support for trade agreements in the Donald Trump era.
    Sen. Marco Rubio