US Is No Longer A 'Full Democracy' According To EIUThe Economist Intelligence Unit released their democracy index, and the United States are no longer a 'full democracy.'
No Cost-Of-Living Increase For Social Security In 2016Americans collecting Social Security and SSI will not see a boost in their monthly check next year.
Gov. Scott Signs Budget, Vetoes Nearly $500 MillionGov. Rick Scott is signing a new state budget into law—but not before vetoing nearly $500 million from the spending plan.
Florida Leaders Meet In Orlando For SummitMajor Florida leaders in various sectors are in Orlando for a very important summit that will discuss some of the biggest issues facing the state.
New Runway Opens At Ft. Lauderdale's AirportThe new South Runway at Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is officially open.
GM Recalls 2.7M More Cars; 'Major Announcement' From Feds To Come At 11:15 A.M.U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Acting Administrator David Friedman are holding a press conference.
The MERS Outbreak: Is The Government Doing Enough?The CDC and WHO claim they are hard at work tracking 100 people that may have come in contact with the deadly MERS virus.
Lawmakers Could Be Setting Up Framework For Medical Marijuana As much as they dislike a ballot question that would let doctors write prescriptions for marijuana, Republican lawmakers are laying the groundwork to implement the proposal, should voters approve it in November.
Roth IRA Could Be Called "The Greatest Gift Ever"Parents do a lot for their kids but do you know how to make your teen a millionaire?
South Florida Venezuelans Gather At FAU To Raise Awareness About Violence In VenezuelaSouth Florida Venezuelans rallied Tuesday, protesting for the ouster of Venezuela’s president Nicolas Maduro.
Doral Mayor Gearing Up To Fight A Recall PetitionIs a recall election in Doral Mayor Luigi Boria’s future? It is if some local businessmen have their way.
Social Security Benefits To Rise By 1.5% In 2014Social Security recipients will see a small 1.5 percent increase in benefits next year the government announced Wednesday. The increase is one of the smallest since automatic adjustments began in 1975.