Analysis: The Dirty Little Secret Of The Florida RecountsBased on the number of lawsuits, cable news coverage and overall drama coming out of Florida at the moment, you might think that the outcomes of the state's Senate and governor's races are balancing on a knife's edge -- with every judge's decision potentially making the difference between winning and losing.
Federal Judge Rejects Two Florida Election LawsuitsWith a machine recount in the rearview mirror and a manual recount underway, the legal challenges over Florida’s elections are piled up.
Two Statewide Races Now In Manual Recounts Across FloridaFloridians will have to wait a little longer to get official word about who will be the state’s next agriculture commissioner and who will serve in the U.S. Senate.
Palm Beach County Still Counting Ballots Despite Missing DeadlineThe 3 p.m. deadline to finish counting votes in Florida has come and gone. 
Broward Submits Machine Recount Results 2 Minutes Late, Won't Count Towards Election TotalThe embattled Broward County Elections Department has completed the machine recount that could help determine the next senator and Governor in Florida, one of America’s top political battlegrounds.
Florida Senate, Agriculture Commissioner Races Heading To Manual RecountsTwo of Florida’s key races are heading for a manual recount while the battle for governor seems to be over.
Federal Judge Will Not Suspend Florida Recount DeadlineA federal judge is refusing to suspend looming election recount deadlines in the battleground state of Florida.
Federal Judge Sides With Democrats on Fixing Ballot SignaturesSiding with U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson’s campaign and national Democrats, a federal judge early Thursday gave voters until 5 p.m. Saturday to fix ballots that were rejected because of mismatched signatures.