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  1. WNBA basketball player Brittney Griner, who was detained at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport and later charged with illegal possession of cannabis, sits inside a defendants' cage after the court's verdict during a hearing in Khimki outside Moscow on Aug. 4. She was released Thursday in a prisoner swap.
  2. U.S. deputy marshals escort 6-year-old Ruby Bridges from William Frantz Elementary School in New Orleans, La., in November 1960.  The first-grader was the only Black child enrolled in the school, where parents of white students boycotted the court-ordered integration law and took their children out of school.
  3. A letter writer notes that the White House is a C-suite of its own.
  4. St. Petersburg Mayor Ken Welch gives a speech during Enchant Christmas at Tropicana Field on Nov. 25 in St. Petersburg.
  5. "Auburn, Colored China Rags," by Juana Valdés, hangs on the wall at Espacio 23 Cuban art show called "You Know Who You Are" last month in Miami. The rags are made from bone china porcelain, a material typically associated with the wealthy. However, this work hints on how people of all different skin tones and all types of individuals are involved with the material — whether they're eating from it or serving it, said one of the curators.
  6. A line of golf carts is parked next to the busy Sumter Landing Town Square in The Villages.
  7. Money is power, and money is protection.
  8. The statues of the Vietnam war memorial at Orlando Veterans' Memorial Park are silhouetted with the American flag on the eve of Veterans Day.
  9. A judge's gavel rests on a book of law.
  10. Florida needs to protect its aquifer. Manatee Springs State Park produces 100 million gallons of clear, cool water daily, which meanders through hardwood wetlands to the Suwannee. But the green algae prevalent at the spring has outcompeted native eel grass, a symptom of nutrient pollution in the watershed and overpumping of the aquifer.
  11. The shuffleboard court, palm trees, pipe, rebar, concrete and other debris now rest on the sand below the Hawaiian Inn hotel in Daytona Beach Shores after Nicole landed in the area causing major destruction in Daytona Beach this month.
  12. Aerial drone photo of possible neighborhood flood zones in the St. Petersburg neighborhood of Shore Acres.
  13. The cover of the Nov. 20, 2022, Perspective section.
  14. Imagine making college more affordable in the first place so students could avoid onerous loans.
  15. Sam Adams was one of the men who signed the Declaration of Independence.
  16. Thanksgiving dinner should make us reflect on our blessings.
  17. Former U.S. President Donald Trump arrives on stage to speak during an event at his Mar-a-Lago home on Nov. 15, 2022, in Palm Beach.
  18. Members of the audience applaud after they listen to locals speak to Claudia Isom, an independent hearing officer, at the Hillsborough County school district headquarters on Thursday in Tampa oppose the district's choice of sex education curriculum.
  19. Red tide warning were signs posted on Florida public beaches during a past algal bloom.
  20. A passenger walks toward a bus at the HART Transit Center in downtown Tampa this summer.
  21. Former U.S. President Donald Trump arrives on stage to announce his latest run for president during an event at his Mar-a-Lago home on Nov. 15.
  22. Former U.S. President Donald Trump speaks at the Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach on Tuesday.
  23. President Joe Biden exits Air Force One upon arrival Friday at Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. Biden is headed to the COP27 U.N. Climate Summit.
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