Voters delivered a humiliating rebuke to America's political establishment and to the hangers-on — the pollsters, the pundits, the celebrities who surrounded Hillary Clinton, even as Donald Trump stood alone -- and especially the biggest hanger-on of all, the media elite. What an Election Day.
U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle ruled Wednesday the state broke an exclusivity deal with the Seminole Tribe of Florida, part of the 2010 Seminole Compact, allowing it to keep its blackjack and baccarat tables until 2030. It's a decision likely to displease the state.
Sweet victory for U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, who clawed back from defeat in the Florida Republican primary eight months ago, to win reelection to the U.S. Senate Tuesday.
Have you had a look at TV this morning? At sunrise, network news journalists were coiffed, in full makeup, clucking like free-range chickens in a barnyard. I know they live for nights like the one ahead, and in a way, so do I. But these folks really should pace themselves.
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State Sen. Dwight Bullard, candidate for Senate District 40, had a November surprise of his own -- of the exceedingly pleasant variety.
Let's hope lawmakers whose heads are turned by the Everglades Foundation's "buy the land" bus tour and petition drive also saw Thursday's South Florida Water Management District news.
It dispels virtually every claim the Foundation is making.
For the second time during Election 2016, the Republican Party of Florida rose to protect the vote in the Sunshine State -- and won.
A TargetSmart and William & Mary poll of early and likely voters released this morning shows some 28 percent of Florida Republicans who have already voted flipped to cast their ballots for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
Melbourne-based Harris Corp. announced Monday it has entered into a $700 million contract with Florida to provide a statewide communications network that will link public safety, law enforcement, public schools and other state and local government agencies.