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It appears the angry Venezuelans demonstrating against their oppressive government have taken to feuding among themselves, and that can only impede any effort to overthrow President Nicolas Maduro, who succeeded Hugo Chavez after the latter’s ...
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Florida House Speaker Will Weatherford puts it well when he says, “No child’s future should be dictated by their ZIP code.”
Living in what local boosters tell us is the best metropolis of the nation’s best state, it’s easy to get complacent, especially this time of year, when visitors from Minnesota are raving about the sunshine.
Voters have a clear choice when they head to the polls Tuesday to fill the U.S. House District 13 seat once held by the late C.W. “Bill” Young.
The red-light camera program in St. Petersburg has become a victim of its own success. That’s the logic Mayor Rick Kriseman used in persuading the City Council to pull the plug on the controversial program.
Michigan Rep. Dave Camp’s sweeping tax reform proposal is being called a “discussion draft,” and that’s a good thing because much of his plan is debatable.
Gov. Rick Scott’s decision to commit nearly $200 million toward Tampa International Airport’s master plan is a big boost to a project that promises to enhance the travel experience for millions of visitors and possibly jump-start transp...
Gov. Rick Scott’s strengths and weaknesses were on display as he gave his State of the State address to the Florida Legislature on Tuesday.
Good riddance to the state’s misguided plan to sell conservation lands under the guise of attempting to raise money to purchase better environmentally sensitive property.
When the Soviet Union collapsed on December 26, 1991, much of the world welcomed it as a belated Christmas present of global peace. But, inevitably, that encouraging illusion soon vanished.
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