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Duke Energy Florida’s surprising offer to save its customers money, along with the Legislature’s passage of a bill meant to bring more accountability to the state’s utility regulators, are welcome developments for Duke’s c...
Moving the Museum of Science and Industry from its location near the University of South Florida’s main campus to downtown Tampa is an appealing prospect on a number of fronts.
The regular session of the 2015 Legislature ended in chaos Friday because House leaders had quit on the session and the people of Florida. It was an ugly meltdown that was completely avoidable.
Things aren’t shaping up for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign the way the Democratic Party envisioned. Recent developments may make many Americans wonder whether she is clueless or just unethical, hardly a question helpful to her...
A divided U.S. Supreme Court made the right decision Wednesday in upholding a Florida law that prohibits judicial candidates from personally soliciting campaign contributions.
The two men who have headed Hillsborough County’s Environmental Protection Commission have been a study in contrasts.
House Speaker Steve Crisafulli has embarrassed himself and the people of Florida by abruptly ending his chamber’s legislative session three days early.
The hoodlums rioting in Baltimore don’t care about police brutality or achieving justice for Freddie Gray, a young man who died in the custody of Baltimore police.
In 2011, a U.N.-approved assault ousted Libya’s longtime dictator, Moammar Gadhafi, but that assault’s consequences only now are being fully understood.
Charter schools are an increasingly popular choice for parents in Hillsborough County and across the state, but that doesn’t mean they should be entitled to a share of the local property tax dollars that traditional public schools depend upon ...
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