NEW ORLEANS — Far offshore and a mile deep in the dark world below the Gulf of Mexico's gleaming surface, the catastrophic BP oil spill of 2010 did untold damage on the ocean floor. But scientists are unsure they can do much to heal places in the deep that were hurt the most as they undertake what's being called …
CHATHAM, Mass. — From drones and smartphone apps to old-school flags and signs, a growing great white shark population along the East Coast has officials and researchers turning to responses both high- and low-tech to ensure safety for millions of beachgoers this summer.
NEPTUNE BEACH — A Florida police spokesman says a 13-year-old boy was badly hurt after a shark attack.
U.S. Senate candidate Todd Wilcox said the controversial interrogation practice of waterboarding isn't torture but an effective tool in the global war on terror.
It gets results, he said.
TALLAHASSEE — This summer may be remembered not only for a blue moon and the welcome end to a bitter presidential primary, it may also mark the time America's century-old political parties went on life support.
TALLAHASSEE — While Patrick Murphy and Alan Grayson attack one another in an increasingly bitter battle to become Florida Democrats' candidate for U.S. Senate, Pam Keith is quietly turning heads to present herself as an alternative contender.
TALLAHASSEE — After a Florida Supreme Court ruling last month that struck down a limit on attorney's fees, workers' compensation insurance rates could go up 17.1 percent, according to a proposal submitted Friday to state regulators.
President Barack Obama called for an end to nuclear weapons in a solemn visit to Hiroshima. The president may have faced the legacy of Hiroshima most directly with …
WASHINGTON — Two months after a brutal home-state loss that ended his presidential campaign, Sen. Marco Rubio is in a one-man race against time and perception.
TAMPA — Did Tim Schock take a shot at Jim Norman's ethical history on Thursday?
Norman said no.