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Palm Beach County schools settle national-origin discrimination complaint with U.S. DOJ

The Palm Beach County School District will pay a $90,000 civil fine and up to $100,000 in back pay to resolve a lawsuit filed...

Election Day in-person voting was mostly smooth, but tensions have been...

Throughout Election Day, Florida voters have had a relatively calm experience at the polls — but tensions have been brewing over myriad complications:U.S...

U.S. Justice Department to send staff to monitor polling places in...

WASHINGTON—The U.S. Department of Justice will have staffers on the ground in 44 counties and cities across 18 states on Election Day, monitoring for...

Supreme Court refuses to take up Equal Rights Amendment dispute; advocates...

One month after Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died, having argued that the nation needs the Equal Rights Amendment, the surviving justices have...

A.G. Moody takes hand in settlement agreement in antitrust action against...

A settlement agreement in an antitrust action involving the $4.6 billion merger between two giant garbage collection and recycling corporations requires the companies to...

Florida A.G Moody joins massive antitrust action against Google, alleging harm...

Attorney General Ashley Moody has joined a federal and multi-state antitrust action accusing Google LLC of monopolizing the markets for internet search services and...

Scott slams ‘disgusting’ Portland protests as Trump administration defends use of...

WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Rick Scott on Thursday called protests in Portland, Ore., “disgusting” during a Senate hearing in which the top official at...

Inmates released to home confinement say too many remain in infected...

Chalana McFarland, sentenced to 30 years in prison for mortgage fraud, left a federal prison in Florida on Monday with 10 years yet to...

ACLU demands ‘transparency’ from FL governor and head of state prisons,...

With 15 inmates dead of COVID-19 in state prisons and infections spreading, the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida is demanding transparency from Gov....

FL man espousing white supremacy pleads guilty to threatening a black...

A Florida man accused of making threats against an African-American man running for office in Charlottesville, Va., and cyberstalking a Florida activist has pleaded...

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