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4 hrs ago | Bloomberg
The U.S. government is poised to limit public access to death records that have been used for years by identity thieves to commit tax fraud .
What's the best route to energy independence?
Do gun control laws need to be more or less strict than they are now?
9 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
Despite being a former Republican, Charlie Crist's standing in his new party is so strong that he could wallop longtime Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson by 13 percentage points in a theoretical primary for governor, a new poll shows.
13 hrs ago | The Florida Times-Union
Political consultant David Custin and lawyer J.C. Planas, who most recently worked together on the election campaign of Miami Beach Mayor Phil Levine, have mysteriously parted -- and not in a friendly way.
A bipartisan agreement to ease sharp spending cuts known as the sequester cleared its last major hurdle Tuesday, as 67 senators voted to advance the measure in hopes of ending nearly three years of political gridlock over the budget.
Starting next month, about 130,000 Orlando-area homeowners with "underwater" mortgages are likely to face a new tax bill if they sell their house, modify their mortgage or lose their home in foreclosure.
A senator says he's willing to go to Iran if it would help find missing CIA contractor Robert Levinson.
Growers are worried about citrus greening, a condition where an insect causes bacteria to grow on the leaf and fruit, eventually killing the tree.
It's been a month since Douglas Stribling was laid off from his welding job, but he has yet to receive a dime in unemployment benefits.
Still, the Okeechobee Republican, who represents northeastern Lee County, didn't have much trouble voting for it.
I know it seems like ancient history to remind Americans about the 16-day government shutdown back in October, but how about this statistic: According to an initial analysis from Standard & Poor's, that shutdown took a $24 billion chunk out of the U.S. economy.
Jim Lanzerio has been looking for a job every day since early October but hasn't had a lot of luck.
The spike in flood insurance rates targets rich owners of beachfront estates. So goes a pervasive talking point among politicians and advocacy groups that, so far, are fending off efforts in Congress to delay the rate increases.
Senators Susan Collins and Bill Nelson hold hearing in Washington, D.C. on protecting consumers against prescription drug labeling mistakes.
Sen. Bill Nelson said early Friday that he urged the Associated Press not to publish a story about Robert Levinson, a retired FBI agent who disappeared in Iran more than six years ago and had been working for the CIA.
Even as U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., doubles down on his opposition to the federal budget agreement reached by U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., and U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, Wis., Florida congressmen from both parties are starting to fall in line behind it.