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10 hrs ago | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg
We're talking about Florida's new unemployment website -- and since the 10 News Investigators told you about it -- you've told us about your own problems with the site.
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20 hrs ago | WTLV
The USS New York left Norfolk, Virginia earlier this week and is set to dock at Naval Station Mayport around noon.
Volusia County will continue to accept voters' absentee ballots at early voting locations after the state - facing possible legal challenges from county elections supervisors - softened its stance this week.
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Wednesday afternoon, U.S. Senator Bill Nelson met with Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections, Susan Bucher.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott's chief election official issued new rules Monday night that could hamper absentee voting, just months before Floridians in the state's 13th Congressional district take part in a special election to replace the late Rep. C.W. Bill Young .
Going so soon? Crist's campaign manager bails: In a bad sign for Charlie Crist's fledgling gubernatorial bid, his hotshot new campaign manager has left the team.
Pope Francis, who was named Pope in March, has garnered attention for his progressive views, and gained praise for publicly kissing the forehead of a man at one of his services who suffered from a disfiguring skin disease.
In police-speak they're known as "undetectable firearms": lethal weapons such as plastic guns that can slip through security checks at airports and courthouses without being caught by a metal detector.
In police-speak they're known as "undetectable firearms" - lethal weapons such as plastic guns that can slip through security checks at airports and courthouses without being caught by a metal detector.
After many months, the mounting campaign to pressure lawmakers and the Defense Department to radically reform the military justice system is hitting a make-or-break moment.
There is an effort underway in Congress to protect the cigar industry from the Food and Drug Administration .
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu was speaking at a government function in July when a man sitting a few rows behind him pulled a Liberator, the infamous 3D-printed gun that the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives recently defined as a "lethal weapon."
The U.S. House of Representatives is set to vote on renewing a 25-year-old law that bans the production of undetectable guns.