Just days before National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is to be observed, concerns about the impact HIV/AIDS has on women and girls across the U.S. continues to grow.
A coalition of Florida business groups says government should deliver Internt broadband to Florida’s underserved communities, where “it has been economically difficult or impossible for private companies to provide services.”
Five members of Occupy Miami said Tuesday night that despite last week’s eviction and arrests the movement will continue to meet and move forward with a campaign to support homeowners who have been evicted.
Broadcast media still dominates the world of political campaign ads, which are financed more than ever by interest groups that will play an increasing role in the 2012 presidential election, according to media reports issued this week.
Numbers USA — an organization that agitates “For Lower Immigration Levels” — wrote this week that the “Vote Winners” in Florida’s recent GOP presidential primary “Are Latino Dignity & Self-Deportation.”
While a Rasmussen Reports survey released Monday indicates that Newt Gingrich now counts more Florida Republican voters in his corner than Mitt Romney, conservative commentators are analyzing South Carolina results, taking sides or doing their own polling.
Florida GOP leaders said over the last two days that the economy is No. 1 in the minds of Florida voters and that their party’s presidential candidates must be aware of how they address immigration.
Catholic leaders issued a letter Friday to GOP presidential candidates Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum, themselves Catholics, urging them “to stop perpetuating ugly racial stereotypes on the campaign trail.”
At least 75,000 websites participated in the Internet blackout Wednesday to protest congressional bills that supporters say would fight online piracy.
Florida elected officials who co-sposored congressional legislation to fight online piracy announced today they have withdrawn their support, while Google and Wikipedia joined many other online companies and organizations in a blackout to stop passage of the legislation.