Steve Bousquet, Tampa Bay Times: "Do you know which records the Russians are accessing?" Sen. Bill Nelson: "That's classified."
A just-released video interview with a campus security monitor at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School provides new details that may prompt another round of what-if questions about the Valentine's Day shooting that killed 17 people.
In the minutes after a gunman opened fire in a Florida high school, killing 17, frantic students and parents begin flooding 911 with calls.
The massacre at a Florida high school is again raising concerns about whether the FBI missed signs that might have stopped a mass shooting.
Florida: A makeshift bomb, possibly two, blew up outside the J.C. Penney in a small-town mall just as customers were finishing up their weekend shopping.
A man who described himself as a sympathizer of ISIS faces terrorism-related charges stemming from a purported plot to bomb a Miami-area shopping mall.
On September 28, 2017, the Florida Supreme Court ruled that an individual who had successfully avoided criminal prosecution under the state’s “Stand Your Ground” law cannot presume immunity in civil actions stemming from the same incident.
On May 4, 2017, the Florida Senate passed, by a vote of 24 to 13, a new version of Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law, Senate Bill 128.
The Florida state legislature is getting ready to officially change the "Stand Your Ground" law – affecting which evidence is presented in court.
Hurricane Matthew may boomerang on us: Will the Category 4 storm perform a dreaded 360-degree loop and head right back toward the U.S. East Coast?