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BY JAMES L. ROSICA
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Because the Russians and jihadi groups like Islamic State have been so successful in using the internet and other means to tell their stories and deliver their messages around the world, the chairman of the House Armed Services Committee is recommend...
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TALLAHASSEE — The state House on Monday voted to approve a measure that would regulate hydraulic fracturing, despite repeated calls from environmentalists and some lawmakers to ban hydraulic fracturing in Florida.
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U.S. Central Command is hosting its third operational planning conference this week in the fight against the Sunni insurgent group Islamic State.
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WASHINGTON — The acting chief executive of the Clinton Foundation is acknowledging the global philanthropy made mistakes in how it disclosed its donors amid growing scrutiny as Hillary Rodham Clinton opens her presidential campaign.
TAMPA — Term limits, popular among Florida voters, have shown limited success in breaking the cycle of career politicians.
TALLAHASSEE — As lawmakers continue to debate the possible loss of $2 billion in federal health care money and how it could impact the state, the latest financial reports show some hospitals would maintain healthy profits even without the fede...
The first casualty of the legislative process often is clarity.
JACKSONVILLE – Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney had a message Saturday for Jacksonville University graduates: “Get a life.”
When Dick Greco married Dr. Linda McClintock 20 years ago, he joked with friends that he needed someone to care for him as he grew older. McClintock, who is 20 years younger, is instead using her medical skills to keep her 81-year-old husband young.
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