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Cold Twitter War: Obama's Puppy, Putin's Big Cat
Yet in the crossfire of sanctions flying over Russia's incursion in Ukraine and the shooting down of a Malaysian airliner, Dmitry Rogozin, Russia's deputy prime minister, has raised the stakes on Twitter.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
The Orlando Sentinel
Stop the suffering -- expand Medicaid
Florida has the dubious distinction of having one of the highest rates in the country when it comes to children without health-care coverage.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
6 Floridians contract flesh-eating bacteria
A. LET'S TAKE A LIVE LOOK AT OUR HOLLYWOOD BEACH CAM FOR THE MOST PART IT WAS A BEAUTIFUL DAY TO BE AT THE BEACH BUT A FLESH EATING BACTERIA HAS ALREADY INFECTED SIX PEOPLE IN THE STATE SO FAR THIS YEAR.
Florida Medical Assoc. supports Medicaid expansion
The powerful Florida Medical Association now supports expanding Medicaid to roughly 1 million Floridians, a controversial political issue that has divided state lawmakers.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Official state foods of the US
The United States of America loves to celebrate its heritage. From the Fourth of July to Thanksgiving, we honor those who have come before us.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
The Washington Post
After Arizona, herea s a guide to the drugs used in lethal injections
Before the execution of Joseph R. Wood III in Arizona - an unusually drawn-out process that took nearly two hours , prompting an official review - Wood's attorneys had argued that the lethal injection should be delayed until the state released more information about the drugs that would be used.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Iowan Butter Cow's Competiton: Ohio's Butter Menagerie
A couple cools off with ice cream in front of a display of a butter cow and calf, made from 2,100 pounds of butter, at the Ohio State Fair in Columbus, in this Aug. 3, 2006 file photo.
Scott vs. Crist in Florida: Libertarian Factor Poses Toss-Up
A barrage of negative ads have helped Florida Gov. Rick Scott narrow the gap against challenger Charlie Crist, according to a poll released today by Quinnipiac University.
2 accused of meth lab are arraigned
Bond for Jeffery Holt, 45, of 759 E. Perry St. and John Mobley, 43, of 17572 Road 156 was set Monday at $500,000 with an option to post 10 percent.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
A stinging defeat for the government
In a major setback for the Affordable Care Act, the D.C. Circuit just released a fractured opinion invalidating the IRS's rule extending tax credits to federally facilitated exchanges.
Obama No Jim Farley: Nader
That's Ralph Nader's conclusion, in a letter to the president which also accuses Obama of demonstrating "impaired moral authority."
UPDATE 1-Centene profit jumps on expansion in 3 U.S. states
Health insurer Centene Corp reported a 24 percent jump in quarterly profit, beating market estimates for the sixth straight quarter, as the company's premium and services revenue surged after it expanded in Florida, Ohio and California.
Kids Count rankings for child well-being: Michigan remains mired in bottom half of country
Michigan is improving slightly for major factors in child well-being, but still lags far behind the majority of states, according to the 25th annual "Kids Count" report.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Hillary Clinton: 'I Like My Life'
"'It would be wholly personal," Hillary Clinton says of the possibility of not running for president.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
by the Numbers: 26%
Federal spending is projected to rise to 26 percent of gross domestic product in 2039 from 21 percent in 2013, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Ohio company wins rights to bring up gold
A fugitive treasure hunter's company has lost its bid to stop deep-sea explorers from bringing up gold and other artifacts from a ship that sank off the South Carolina coast in 1857 and has been the subject of legal fights for nearly 30 years.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
by the Numbers: 10%
Ten percent of Americans are political "Bystanders," on the sidelines of the political process, according to a Pew Research Center typology that sorts voters into eight groups.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
St. Augustine Record
Local eighth-graders selected for science, technology, engineering and mathematics camp
Eighth-graders Bailee Esquerra, Anastasia Jambor and Riya Patel will attend the July 13-19 Tech Trek 2014 camp, which focuses on science, technology, engineering and mathematics activities at Eckerd College.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Artists in the Park will be Aug. 2 and 3
Original art will be displayed and sold by nearly 120 artists, coming from as far away as Florida.
How well do people identify stinging bugs?
Most adults have a tough time telling hornets, wasps and bees apart, which could spell trouble if a sting causes a severe allergic reaction, according to a new study.