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A bipartisan report by the Senate intelligence committee blames the State Department for failing to increase security at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, despite warnings from the CIA and staff about the danger of militant attacks.
Florida Governor Rick Scott appointed two people from the First Coast area to the Jacksonville Port Authority.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott is appointing a former legislator and
Miami-Dade politician as lieutenant governor and his running mate for
Florida Gov. Rick Scott is expected to name Miami-Dade Property
Appraiser Carlos Lopez-Cantera as the state's next lieutenant governor.
Governor Rick Scott will make a transportation budget announcement at JaxPort Monday.
New Jersey's top official at the Port Authority of
New York and New Jersey attempted to stop the agency's executive
director from ending closures of lanes that accessed the George
Washington Bridge, according to documents released Friday.
The government announced Friday it is changing contractors for the
troubled HealthCare.gov website, ditching lead contractor CGI Federal.
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi is turning to a Tampa attorney and lobbyist to lead her office.
Craving a burrito and want it super fast? Just head over to a certain
gas station in West Hollywood, Calif., to indulge in the wrapped-up
cheesy goodness straight out of a vending machine.
An Indian diplomat accused of lying about how much she paid her housekeeper has been indicted in New York City.
A New Jersey state senator called Thursday for a federal investigation
into Gov. Chris Christie's administration over allegations that top
Christie appointees orchestrated traffic jams near the country's busiest
bridge last year as part of a political vendetta against a city mayor.
The efficiency of state government is a point of pride for Gov. Rick Scott, who is expected to release his budget recommendations for next year in the coming weeks.
The chief of staff for Attorney General Pam Bondi is leaving state government and taking a new job.
Explosive emails released Wednesday are casting a potential cloud over
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's presidential prospects for 2016.
The U.S. Senate agreed Tuesday to move forward with a three-month
extension of expired jobless benefits for the long-term unemployed,
which affects an estimated 1.3 million Americans.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott is being sued over his decision to leave the post of lieutenant governor vacant for nearly nine months.
The Senate on Monday easily approved Janet Yellen's nomination to head the Federal Reserve.
The former NSA contractor has performed a valuable public service by revealing rampant government surveillance
Florida Gov. Rick Scott has signed a death warrant for the man convicted
of kidnapping, raping and murdering 9-year-old Jimmy Ryce on his way
home from school almost 20 years ago.
GREEN COVE SPRINGS, Fla. -- A Clay County girl was born with Treacher Collins syndrome, a genetic disorder which left her without almost half the bones in her face. Now, there's a new bright spot in this girl's life.
The identities of the Navy SEALs who raided Osama bin Laden's compound remain a mystery, but one man who helped get them there is getting his due - publicly and financially.
By Grayson Kamm
JACKSONVILLE, FL -- A nurse from Baptist Medical Center appeared in court Tuesday morning on drug-related charges.
courted her for three years, walking her to the theater on warm nights
and bringing flowers and chocolates to her uncle's store. She was the
cashier, he the butcher.
By Angela Spears
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL -- The opening of the Beaches signals the unofficial start to Summer on the First Coast.
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JACKSONVILLE, FL -- First Coast News has learned the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Cold Case team has made an arrest in a 1985 murder.
It's been more than three years since Michelle O'Connell was found dead from a gunshot wound to the head. But the passage of time has not made her death any less painful for her family or any less controversial in the world of law enforcement.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- They take in animals who have run out of chances.
Florida used to be a destination for those seeking prescription pain
meds. Pill mills littered Interstate 95, the parking lots filled with
out of state plates. But the crackdown has lead to a new problem.
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