Former Seminole County Tax Collector Joel Greenberg is under investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice and is facing several charges ranging from sex trafficking to embezzlement. According to records from a Seminole County audit, more than a million dollars was allegedly spent erroneously.
Senators Rick Scott and Marco Rubio joined Alaska Senator Dan Sullivan to introduce the Careful Resumption Under Improved Safety Enhancements (CRUISE) Act on Tuesday.
The investigation into Congressman Matt Gates is expanding as federal agents are now looking through text messages.
Gov. Ron DeSantis on Monday railed against YouTube and Google for removing a video of a COVID-19 discussion he had with scientists who oppose government lockdowns, school closures and mask wearing, calling it censorship. YouTube officials told media outlets the video was removed because of misinformation.
President Joe Biden put on a modest White House ceremony Thursday to announce a half-dozen executive actions to combat what he called an "epidemic and an international embarrassment" of gun violence in America.
Nathan Nelson, a former director of military affairs for Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., pushed back against the FBI after he said two agents questioned him as part of an ongoing investigation of the congressman.
More people are buying electric cars, and now Florida lawmakers are moving forward with legislation that would significantly raise fees for owning them.
The Miami-Dade County state attorney has charged former Florida Sen. Frank Artiles with election fraud for allegedly propping up a sham candidate in a razor-thin Senate contest in which an incumbent Democrat was ousted by a Republican challenger in November.
Before taking office, President Joe Biden vowed to have 100 million shots administered by the end of his first 100 days. That milestone was passed a week ago. Now he’s aiming for 200 million shots administered before his first 100 days expire.
A Florida House committee is mapping out a proposal on how the state should respond to the next health crisis. Part of the debate includes how much power should be granted to local government.
Some prisoners could get out of jail early. A bill that would make that happen is working its way through the Florida Legislature.
A Florida Senate panel on Tuesday scaled back a bill that would have reduced Bright Futures scholarships for students pursuing certain degrees, but opponents are now focusing criticism on whether the measure will jeopardize future funding for the program.
House Democrats are moving forward with their plan to add the District of Columbia as the 51st state of the union and this time they have supportive leaders in the Senate and the White House on their side.
Vice President Kamala Harris visited Florida on Monday. She was expected to promote President Joe Biden's American Rescue plan. During her visit, she was going to make a stop at a federal vaccine.
Florida Republican lawmakers are pushing ahead with sweeping election changes largely focused on making it more difficult for people to vote by mail, an effort mirrored in GOP-led state houses throughout the country.
Florida lawmakers are considering a controversial proposal that would ban transgender girls and women from competing in women's high school and college sports.
Florida lawmakers may decide to give out scholarship money based on a student's college major. Legislation passed by the Senate Education Committee would reduce Bright Future Scholarship dollars for students who do not choose majors with promising job prospects.
Under pressure that has included a student-led opposition campaign, lawmakers are expected to overhaul a controversial Senate proposal that would tie Bright Futures scholarships to a list of job-creating degrees.
Florida's agriculture commissioner is accusing the governor of corruption and it's all over vaccine distribution.
President Joe Biden has agreed to a compromise with moderate Democrats in the U.S. Senate to narrow the income eligibility for the next round of the coronavirus stimulus payments.