The 19th Amendment Turns 100: Historian Explains How Law Didn't Exactly 'Give Women The Vote'Women could already vote in many states when the 19th Amendment passed in 1920, though difficulties in exercising that right persisted.
Trump Threatens To Move RNC From North Carolina, Georgia and Florida Governors Extend InvitesWhen President Donald Trump threatened to pull the Republican National Convention out of North Carolina, where it is expected to be held in late August, the governors of Georgia and Florida have offered to host the event.
Gov. Rick Scott Announces Senate RunFlorida Gov. Rick Scott formally announced his run for the U.S. Senate seat held by Democrat Bill Nelson.
Charleston Church Shooting Sparked Changes NationwideIn the wake of the shootings of nine black churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina, officials nationwide have taken steps to distance themselves from Confederate symbols and names. Suspect Dylann Roof appeared in photos with the Confederate flag. Here is a look at some of those moves.
Clinton, Sanders Clash on Guns, Economy, Foreign Policy
Rubio Rips Florida State, Wants Tom Brady Suspended 16 GamesSen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., might not be getting any votes from Florida State University students and alums anytime soon.
Q&A: As Obama Health Law Survives, GOP Split Over Next MoveHaving lost their latest war against President Barack Obama's health care overhaul, Republicans must decide how to wage battles that could fan the issue for the 2016 elections.
Judge: Lawsuit In Petraeus Scandal Can Proceed A federal judge says a Tampa, Florida, woman can pursue her lawsuit alleging that the government invaded her privacy in the scandal over former CIA director David Petraeus.
Weekend of June 1-2: U.S. Sen. Bob Graham, CW44's Bayside on Hurricane Season, Snapper the Therapy Dog, Healthy Vision Awareness
Weekend of 4/27-28: Fifth Third Feeding Families, Nelson/Castor on Deepwater Horizon, More Iconic Finalists, Political Expert Panel
Gambling Parlors Under Criminal Investigation Donated Widely To Florida OfficialsStrip-mall parlors with slot-like computer games such as those targeted in a state racketeering and conspiracy investigation have contributed about $100,000 over the past four years to local candidates in Florida, including a sheriff whose agency was a part of the probe.
Florida Lawmakers Vote Overwhelmingly To Ban Internet CafesInternet cafes across Florida could soon be forced to close their doors as state lawmakers continue to move swiftly to outlaw the storefront operations.
Florida Venezuelans Cheer 'He's Gone' In Response To Chavez DeathCheering Venezuelans in the U.S. waved their country's flag and voiced hope that change would come to their homeland after the death Tuesday of long-ruling populist President Hugo Chavez.
Florida Gov. Scott Defends Medicaid Expansion To Republicans, Discusses Struggle Of His Own ParentsGov. Rick Scott told a Republican women's group why he supports expanding Medicaid coverage to roughly 900,000 more people under the federal health overhaul.
Florida's Rick Scott Becomes 7th Republican Governor To Propose Federal Medicaid ExpansionGov. Rick Scott announced plans Wednesday to expand Medicaid coverage to roughly 900,000 more people under the federal health overhaul, a surprise decision from the vocal critic of President Barack Obama's plan.