The U.S. Department of State announced Friday that Cuba has been officially dropped from its list of State Sponsor of Terrorism.
It’s the stuff seen in Hollywood movies—iris scans and fingerprints to access secure areas—and is about to become a reality at Miami International Airport, for those who want to pay the price.
Elian Gonzalez, who became the center of an international custody battle that ended with a Miami raid by federal agents and riots, wants to visit the United States and wants the American people to know he loves them.
Does your precious bundle of joy count sheep on a mattress from IKEA? If so, it’s time to stop as the as the furniture retailer has expanded its recall of crib mattresses.
During the 2015 session the Legislature passed 227 bills. More than 1,500 bills died.
The Florida Senate wants new economic sanctions against Iran if the country doesn’t agree its nuclear program won’t be used for weapons. The Senate has sent that clear message to President Barack Obama and Congress.
Black bears are closer to being placed on the state’s wildlife hunting calendar for the first time in more than 20 years.
Hours before he makes his presidential intentions official at a major rally in Downtown Miami, Marco Rubio is already a trending topic on twitter.
A popular hummus brand is recalling 30,000 cases of its classic hummus due to possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes.
The state this October would open its first black-bear hunting season in two decades, under a set of rules that will be reviewed next week.