Peter Antonacci, the head of Florida's elections fraud office, had just left a heated meeting when he collapsed in the hallway of the governor's office, according to a newly released investigation.
There are efforts to change how decisions are made about which books libraries should stock and which section they belong in. Some advocate using a national rating system like the one used for movies.
In the decision, a Palm Beach County judge noted Tesla's glowing marketing strategy and Musk's public statements about the self-driving software. The decision means a trial against Tesla can proceed.
The pop music icon is taking a stand against the libraries and classrooms around the U.S. that have removed books due to claims of inappropriate content related to sexuality, gender identity and race.
Gov. Ron DeSantis won a decisive reelection in 2022, in a year when Republicans elsewhere didn't fare as well. But now that he's running for president, some in Florida wish he'd do his job at home.
Homeowners in Florida, like other states, are seeing their home insurance rates soar. Multibillion-dollar disasters like hurricanes, tornadoes and wildfires have led insurers to hike premiums.
The Florida congressman is proud to be the one to oust former Speaker Kevin McCarthy. That move hasn't won him any prizes with House Republicans but his constituents want to see more just like it.
As Florida's established newspapers wither, a leading regional publisher says old rules no longer apply. Politicians and corporate interests say they have to pay him to ensure positive coverage.
During what the ALA is calling Banned Books week, more than a dozen high-profile authors are taking a stand against censorship. Author Michael Connelly alone has donated $1 million to the cause.
For South Florida's Peacemakers, stopping the shootings begins with helping people with daily needs — from diapers and groceries to medical care.