With the race to become Republican Party of Florida chair coming down to the wire, candidates are scrambling to make a name for themselves — and at least one of the leaders in the race is saying that those voting should look to candidates' past experience when deciding who will be the best person to run the party after former chair Jim Greer was forced out of the job amidst scandal.
Police say the arrest of a doctor and a Tampa pain clinic's owners provides a look into how pill mills are operating in Florida.
Officials for a nonprofit group created to prepare for the 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa unveiled fundraising and planning efforts this
A bill filed by state Sen. Jim Norman, R-Tampa, would make photographing farms without the written consent of the owner a first-degree felony in Florida. Senate Bill 1246, simply titled Farms, has caused a stir among animal-advocacy groups for comparing a potential whistleblower who might expose the realities of factory farming — or even a tourist snapping a photograph of cows grazing in a field — with those who commit murder or armed robbery.
A new study from the Guttmacher Institute reports that as the rate of unintended pregnancies continues to decrease among wealthy or educated women, the rate among women who fall below the federal poverty line has climbed.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement union leaders said Thursday that a policy laid out by the agency is a law enforcement nightmare developed by the Obama administration to win votes at the expense of sound and responsible law enforcement policy.
A proposal by House Speaker Dean Cannon to create a commission to choose the date of Florida's presidential primary has been added to a controversial overhaul of state election laws.
Immigration rights advocate Jonathan Fried — executive director of We Count from Homestead, Fla. — spoke during a press conference Tuesday about recently
Students Toward a New Democracy (aka S.T.A.N.D.) said Monday that University of Miami administrators have opened a disciplinary process against the organization for using chalk on sidewalks to pressure the university to work with residents of a historically black neighborhood where the school is building a new bio-tech research park.
The world's largest business federation, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, today launched an ad campaign throughout Florida entitled The Flip Floppers, which