The outpouring of support for Hillsborough Schools Superintendent MaryEllen Elia should be enough to convince a majority of the School Board’s seven members to reject efforts to have her fired.
Judith Barnett, an international trade consultant to companies that hope to prosper in the Middle East, knows more about that troubled part of the world than most of us.
The forces behind last year’s failed effort to make medical marijuana legal in Florida have wasted little time in filing notice that they intend to try again in 2016.
With only a frivolous write-in candidate filing to run against him, Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn is essentially re-elected.
Add another bill to the growing pile of legislation aimed at reining in the questionable billing practices by the giant power companies operating in the state, in particular Duke Energy Florida.
Editorial: Timing, reasoning all wrong in effort to fire Hillsborough Schools Superintendent MaryEllen Elia
The hasty call for a vote next week on whether to fire Hillsborough Schools Superintendent MaryEllen Elia has all of the earmarks of political payback for the bad blood that has developed between Elia and several board members.
Is it the White House or the Yellow House? The Unity Rally in Paris on Sunday was conspicuous by the absence of a top American leader — leaders from France, Britain, Germany, Israel, Russia and other countries were there. Eric Holder was in ...
The Department of Children & Families is correct to review its practices and decision-making following the horrible death of Phoebe Jonchuck, the 5-year-old Tampa girl who was killed last week when her father tossed her off a bridge.
Surveillance has become a dirty word among certain members of the left and right, with government “spying” seen as a threat to privacy and civil liberties.
If its founders expected the European Union to develop the kind of enviable financial and political stability enjoyed by the United States, that goal remains elusive and in fact it is once again on the verge of a crisis.