Federal Ruling Eyed In Florida 'Big Tech' FightAs a battle continues about the constitutionality of a Florida law that seeks to crack down on social-media giants such as Facebook and Twitter, a federal appeals court has allowed a similar Texas law to take effect.
Facing South Florida: 1-On-1 With Charlie CristCrist is running to be the Democratic gubernatorial nominee and face-off with Gov. Ron DeSantis in November.
Secretary Of State Laurel Lee Stepping Down As State Elections ChiefLee’s resignation is effective Monday and came as Florida prepares for the Aug. 23 primary elections and the Nov. 8 general election.
State Board Eyes Teacher Pay MoneyGovernor Ron Desantis has included increases in teacher pay and student spending in budget recommendations for the next fiscal year.
Florida Judge Will Block Gov. DeSantis' Redistricting Map As UnconstitutionalA state circuit judge said he'll block Gov. Ron DeSantis' redistricting map because it is unconstitutional in that it breaks up a district where Black voters can choose their representatives.
Eileen Higgins Dropping Out Of District 27 Race Less Than 2 Weeks After Announcing BidHiggins, a Democrat, has been a county commissioner since 2018.
Senate Fails To Advance Bill Protecting Abortion Rights Ahead Of Supreme Court DecisionThe Senate on Wednesday failed to advance a bill bolstering abortion rights nationwide, with all Republicans and one Democrat tanking the Democratic-led effort to protect abortion access on the federal level after a draft Supreme Court opinion indicated the high court may overturn Roe v. Wade.
Political Rival Connected To Haitian President's Killing Makes Initial Court AppearanceAuthorities say ex-Haitian Sen. John Joel Joseph is facing charges in the U.S. in connection to assassination of former Haiti President Jovenel Moïse.
Miami-Dade Commissioner Eileen Higgins Launches Congressional BidHiggins, a Democrat, has been a county commissioner since 2018.
Ex Florida Rep. David Rivera Appeals In Campaign Finance FightFormer Republican Congressman David Rivera has gone to a federal appeals court after being hit with a $456,000 fine in a case involving allegations he secretly funneled money to try to undermine a Democratic rival.
Black Leaders Offer Ideas To Keep Miami Beach Fun, Safe & Thriving Ahead Of Memorial Day WeekendAs a busy holiday weekend approaches Miami Beach later this month, leaders are focusing on preparation.