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Three Floridians connected to “Oath Keepers” charged in federal court over...

Three Florida residents associated with a group known as the “Oath Keepers” have been arrested and charged in federal court for "conspiring" to disrupt...

State capitals, including Tallahassee, are bracing for potential violence on Sunday

Update: A small number of counter-protesters showed up outside the Florida Capitol complex at around 2 p.m. but expressed surprise at the lack of...

COVID-19 death toll rises in Florida prisons; inmate advocates demonstrate, families...

The official death toll from COVID-19 among state prison inmates in Florida rose Friday to 89, spanning cases in 25 of the Department of...

Confederate statues would be removed from national parks under new push...

WASHINGTON — Moves are afoot in Congress to get rid of Confederate statues and memorials in national parks— and they're gaining traction as opposition...

Women’s suffrage 100 years later: Systemic sexism, disenfranchisement of Black women,...

Like other disenfranchised people in the United States, women have employed many strategies over the years in their fight for the right to vote.In...

Southern Poverty Law Center sues for access to state prison records...

The Southern Poverty Law Center is demanding public records about state inmates at risk of contracting COVID-19 behind bars and is suing the Florida...

As the state fails to act, a federal judge promises relief...

At the conclusion of an eight-day trial over the constitutionality of a Florida law requiring former felons to pay all their court costs before...

Opening testimony in voting-rights trial includes evidence of racial disparity, administrative...

The question of whether Latoya Moreland and hundreds of thousands of Floridians like her will be able to vote in this year’s presidential election...

Inmate infections spike at state prisons; feds report first case among...

Update: Hours after publishing this report, the U.S. Bureau of Prisons reported that a second federal facility in Florida has at least one employee...

Failed legislation would have helped inmates get out as virus spreads...

Reform-minded lawmakers sponsored legislation in 2020 that would have allowed low-risk, elderly and sickly inmates to be released before coronavirus took hold in Florida’s...

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