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The prosecutors of George Zimmerman need a refresher course in criminal law. If you're a prosecutor and you believe you are putting an evil-doer away, first you have to convict him. This means proving he's an evil-doer by proving who did the evil act.
A Florida resident has embarked on an estimated two-year journey to build a replica of Noah's Ark using precise biblical specifications.
President Obama's spokesman said the White House is closely watching a hunger strike by terrorist detainees at the facility at Guantanamo Bay and remains committed to closing the prison.
Election officers in one Florida community are on edge after hundreds of requests for absentee ballots poured in over a 2½-week period were deemed a cyberattack — resulting in the first known cyberattack of a U.S. election.
Officials say up to three people were injured when large lighting equipment being set up for the Ultra Music Festival collapsed in downtown Miami.
Swiss Guards took a central role in the Pope's historic retirement Thursday as they flanked the 20-foot doorway leading into the papal palace at 8 p.m. in the Vatican.
Investigators say a fire swept through a Miami strip mall, killing 30 English bulldog puppies.
An assistant to a top executive at the Spanish-language television network Univision attacked Sen. Marco Rubio, Florida Republican, on a staff member's Facebook page Wednesday, calling him a "loser" and a "token slave boy."
A Florida eye doctor who owes millions of dollars in back taxes to the federal government but who managed to shower Sen. Robert Menendez and other politicians in Washington with campaign donations had his offices raided by the FBI on Wednesday.