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Pam Bondi shrugged off concerns that Senate Republicans are defying their oaths of impartiality by saying they'll clear Trump ahead of a potential impeachment trial.
Politics
Pam Bondi, Florida's former attorney general, and Tony Sayegh, former Treasury spokesperson, will tackle the Trump administration's impeachment messaging.
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Felons who have done their time are still forced to wait and wait under Florida’s sluggish rights restoration process.
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It’s the first time in a decade state attorneys general have taken action together on an issue. Much of the credit goes to the Me Too movement.
U.S. News
Shoppers were reporting that some stores were charging as much as $30 for a case.
Black Voices
David Elliot Moran, 49, and Charles Thomas Newcomb, 45, face up to 30 years in prison.
Crime
Authorities confiscated 5,500 packets in what they say is the biggest haul ever in Hernando County.
Wellness
Despite five years of abuse by the very system set up to protect her rights, Lillie was still patriotic and hopeful. She
Politics
Political incorrectness is not why decent people feel revulsion at what Trump says and does. Decent people object because what he says and does is indecent, ignorant and wrong.
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Donald Trump puts on a show of being rich. There's that private jet stamped Trump. He assures everyone, ad nauseam, that he's really, really rich. But apparently it's all a sham.
Politics
They argue he broke the law by giving money to a prosecutor who didn't deeply investigate Trump University.
Politics
Donald Trump likes to brag on the campaign trail that he's the best at bribing politicians. He said, for example, "When you give, they do whatever the hell you want them to do." But then, when he got caught giving and getting exactly what the hell he wanted, he claimed that's not what happened.
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Three of Trump's companies each contributed the maximum to Florida Attorney General Charlie Crist in his 2006 campaign for governor.
Politics
A damning story of Trump pay-to-play resurfaces, but Clinton supporters still think the media is too harsh on her.