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Watch Live: Trump Impeachment Statement

President Trump will make a statement from the White House East Room at noon. This will be his first address following his acquittal by the U.S. Senate on two charges of abuse of power and obstructing Congress. [MORE: Complete NPR coverage of the Senate impeachment trial]

State Asks For Hold On Amendment 4 Ruling

Gov. Ron DeSantis asked an appeals court Friday to continue preventing felons from voting while the state appeals a federal judge’s finding that a law requiring indigent felons…

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500,000 Have Already Voted in Florida’s Primary

More than 500,000 Floridians, or about a quarter of the 2.07 million who have requested…

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500,000 Have Already Voted in Florida’s Primary

More than 500,000 Floridians, or about a quarter of the 2.07 million who have requested…

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What You Need To Know About Coronavirus, Flu; Florida Loses Felons Voting Appeal

  Florida health officials say they can’t release information about how many people have been…

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State Asks For Hold On Amendment 4 Ruling

Gov. Ron DeSantis asked an appeals court Friday to continue preventing felons from voting while…

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Merge New College With USF? DeSantis Receptive; Currall ‘Watching With Great Interest’

Gov. Ron DeSantis, House Speaker Jose Oliva, and University of South Florida President Steven Currall…

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SpaceX Celebrates Test Of Crew Dragon Capsule That Will Carry NASA Astronauts

From a launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center on Sunday, Elon Musk's SpaceX launched…

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What COVID-19 Cases Look Like In South Korea

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Tracking The Money Race Behind The Presidential Campaign

Updated Feb. 20, 2020 at 11:20 p.m. EST Raising money isn't just a necessity for…

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The Lessons To Be Learned From Forcing Plants To Play Music

The music sounds, at first, like it belongs in a power yoga studio: electronic and…

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Pop Smoke, Rising New York Rapper, Dead At 20

Bashar Jackson, better known as the rapper Pop Smoke, has died. He was 20 years…

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What You Need To Know About Coronavirus, Flu; Florida Loses Felons Voting Appeal

  Florida health officials say they can’t release information about how many people have been…

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Merge New College With USF? DeSantis Receptive; Currall ‘Watching With Great Interest’

Gov. Ron DeSantis, House Speaker Jose Oliva, and University of South Florida President Steven Currall…

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Millions In Federal Money To Restore Timber Industry After Hurricane Michael Could Go Unused

Florida’s timber industry remains amid tons of strewn trees from Hurricane Michael as talks continue…

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Tampa Bay Lightning Reduce Food, Drink Prices At Amalie Arena

The Tampa Bay Lightning are lowering prices for food and drinks at Amalie Arena starting…

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It’s Not Clear What Single-Payer Health Care Would Mean For Older Workers

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Coronavirus Cases Triple In South Korea; WHO Keeps Eye On Africa, Iran

The number of new coronavirus cases nearly tripled in South Korea on Saturday, the fourth…

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What You Need To Know About Coronavirus, Flu; Florida Loses Felons Voting Appeal

  Florida health officials say they can’t release information about how many people have been…

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DeSantis Backs State Efforts on Coronavirus

Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday praised state Surgeon General Scott Rivkees for working with the…

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Politics

500,000 Have Already Voted in Florida’s Primary

More than 500,000 Floridians, or about a quarter of the 2.07 million who have requested…

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State Asks For Hold On Amendment 4 Ruling

Gov. Ron DeSantis asked an appeals court Friday to continue preventing felons from voting while…

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These Young Nevada Latino Voters Plan To Caucus And Challenge Misrepresentations

As Nevadans get ready to caucus this weekend, the nation should be paying attention. That’s…

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Report: DeSantis’ First Chief Resilience Officer To Become Homeland Security Advisor

Julia Nesheiwat, hired by Gov. Ron DeSantis in August as Florida's first chief resilience officer,…

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Environment /Climate Change

Millions In Federal Money To Restore Timber Industry After Hurricane Michael Could Go Unused

Florida’s timber industry remains amid tons of strewn trees from Hurricane Michael as talks continue…

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Corps Plan To Protect Keys: Raise Some Homes, Buy Out Others

Coping with storm surge fueled by rising seas in the Keys means elevating homes, buyouts…

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Reduced Red Tide Helps Keep Manatee Deaths In Florida Down In 2019

State wildlife officials say fewer manatees died in 2019 in Florida compared with the year…

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Officials: Mississippi Flooding Remains ‘Precarious,’ And Can ‘Turn At Any Moment’

Forecasters in Mississippi are bracing for what could be one of the most devastating floods…

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Education

Merge New College With USF? DeSantis Receptive; Currall ‘Watching With Great Interest’

Gov. Ron DeSantis, House Speaker Jose Oliva, and University of South Florida President Steven Currall…

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New College Of Florida Officials, Lawmakers Slam Consolidation Plans

A House proposal seeking to abolish the independent status of two Florida universities is spurring…

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Hillsborough County Formally Approves Addison Davis As School Superintendent At $310,000 Salary

Hillsborough County Schools formally approved a contract for its new superintendent Tuesday. Addison Davis will…

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University Of Central Florida Questioned On China Involvement

The University of Central Florida became the third institution to face inquiry from state lawmakers…

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