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Gov. Rick Scott’s office considered pulling the “Freedom of Speech” provision from rules that govern the use of state buildings, according to a draft document considered by administration attorneys.
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Even before Army Master Sgt. Anthony Link could deliver the dreaded knock on the door, he heard a woman inside shout out in despair.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Islamic State group's takeover of Ramadi is stark evidence that Iraqi forces lack the "will to fight," Defense Secretary Ash Carter said, in the harshest assessment yet from a high-ranking Obama administration o...
TAMPA — Hundreds of people gathered downtown Saturday to take a walk in support of farmers and organic food, and against genetically modified products.
Veterans of the Iraq War are watching in frustration as Republican presidential contenders distance themselves from the decision their party enthusiastically supported to invade that country.
Whatever else there is to say about Hillary Rodham Clinton, it must be conceded she has mesmerized her followers. While a large and, probably, expanding field of Republican contenders wrestles for the honor of being this week’s GOP presidentia...
ST. PETERSBURG — In another attempt to end the deadlock over Tropicana Field, city leaders and the Tampa Bay Rays want to partner in a study on how the Trop site could be redeveloped without a baseball stadium.
ST. PETERSBURG — Perhaps it was the departure of manager Joe Maddon and star player Ben Zobrist, or maybe the Tampa Bay Lightning’s deep playoff run.
Eric Ward took the oath of office to become Tampa’s police chief Friday morning during a ceremony at police headquarters.
TAMPA — Rights to distribute “The Infiltrator,” the major motion picture filmed partially in Tampa and starring Bryan Cranston, were acquired by a company new to the business during the Cannes Film Festival this week in France.
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