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Florida establishes a legal framework for self-driving vehicles
Florida governor Ron DeSantis this week signed into law a bill that establishes a legal framework for self-driving vehicles.
When We Kill
Everything you think you know about the death penalty is wrong.
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Thousands of medical injury claim records exposed by ad agency
An internet advertising company specializing in helping law firms sign up potential clients has exposed close to 150,000 records from a database that was left unsecured. The database contained
Florida GOP governor signs law banning sanctuary cities
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, a Republican, signed a bill Friday banning sanctuary cities in his state.How many sanctuary cities are there in Florida?According to the Center for Immigration Studies,
Dread and Decay in An 'Abandoned' Miami Beach Hotel
A symbol of luxury in one of the most unequal places on Earth became a refuge for homeless people. Then the cops got involved.
Florida Doesn’t Have Any Sanctuary Cities. The Governor Just Banned Them Anyway.
The bill also requires law enforcement to honor federal immigration detainer requests.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Signs Sweeping Bill Banning Sanctuary Cities
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) made good on his campaign promise to stand against impractical and dangerous policies that promote illegal immigration and signed a bill into law Friday, effectively
A Marine vet cut off another driver. Before he could apologize, they had shot and killed each other
Two Florida men shot and killed each other in a road rage incident that started when one driver, a Marine veteran, unintentionally cut off another, according to the South Florida Sun Sentinel.The
Voting Rights Roundup: New York City to vote this November on adopting instant-runoff voting
Leading Off● New York City, NY: Voters in New York City will decide this November whether to adopt instant-runoff voting for all city primaries and special elections after the city's Charter Revision
Florida Republican jokes about running over protesters at Trump rally
A Republican government official in Florida joked about running over protesters outside of President Donald Trump’s rally in Orlando next Tuesday, where Trump will officially announce his 2020
Florida allows self-driving car tests without backup drivers
Companies that want to test their self-driving cars will have an easier time of it in the Sunshine State. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis recently signed a bill allowing companies to test autonomous
Actually, we do know what Trumpcare is. And it's not good
“Spectacular.” For me, that word always evokes a particular moment in American television history. In the present, it’s the word The Man Who Lost The Popular Vote used to describe Trumpcare, i.e., the
Police: Man Stole Pool Floats to Use for Sex
A Florida man is accused of stealing pool floats for sex because he wanted to avoid "raping women," according to the authorities.
Exclusive: Pro-Trump PAC Eyes Big Investment in 2020 Battlegrounds
A pro-Trump political group is eyeing a big investment in 2020 battleground states like North Carolina, Florida, Michigan and Pennsylvania.
Off Topic: Bill Cosby, Prince Harry, ‘The Lorax’ tree, pool toys
Bill Cosby gives Father's Day wish from prison. Advice from Prince Philip. The 'Lorax' tree falls. A bad use of pool toys in Florida.
Teen Rapper and XXXTentacion Friend C Glizzy Shot in Head
C Glizzy, an up-and-coming artist who was a close associate of late rapper XXXTentacion, has been hospitalized after being shot in the head.
GOP commissioner jokes on Facebook about running over Trump protesters
The comments are shocking. The post GOP commissioner jokes on Facebook about running over Trump protesters appeared first on The Daily Dot.
Supporters Line up 40 Hours Early for Donald Trump 2020 Kickoff Rally in Florida
President Donald Trump's supporters began lining up in Florida on Monday morning ahead of his scheduled campaign launch on Tuesday.
Woman Arrested After ‘Stomping’ On Sea Turtle Nest in Miami Beach
Lu allegedly poked at the nest and stomped all over it, according to police
Harvard Rescinds Admission from Parkland Student Kyle Kashuv
Harvard University has rescinded its offer of admission to Parkland student Kyle Kashuv in response to a series of leaked online conversations in which Kashuv used racial slurs.