American Civil Liberties Union
After a decade of sending military equipment to civilian police departments across the country, federal officials are reconsidering the idea in light of the violence in Ferguson, Missouri.
A new warden has been named at Dade Correctional Institution after the previous warden and two of his assistants were fired after the investigation into an inmate death who died in a scalding shower was taking too long.
Prison officials said a warden and two of his assistants were fired because the investigation of an inmate who died in a scalding shower was taking too long.
We rely on our smartphones for just about everything these days, but just like a computer, they can be easily hacked.
Charlie Crist has been endorsed by Florida’s largest gay rights group in his run for Governor.
A federal appeals court wrestled Friday with the authority of law enforcement to obtain and use records from cellphone towers.
In a blow to Gov. Rick Scott, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday said it would not take up his appeal of a ruling that blocked across-the-board drug testing for state employees.
Friends and family representatives of an 18-year-old Miami Beach street artist who died after being stunned by a police Taser last August are calling for action after new developments in the case.
A long-standing federal court case over the treatment of homeless people in Miami has finally come to an end with a settlement.
In an effort to protect patient information, state health officials announced an increase in security of its statewide prescription drug datatbase.