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In the aftermath of a racism controversy that engulfed the first Black Bachelor’s highly anticipated season earlier this year, Chris Harrison is officially parting ways with the popular reality series after 20 years as the face of the franchise, network ABC and production company Warner Hori…

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A Senate investigation into the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol found sweeping intelligence and law enforcement errors, including a lack of proper training and preparation for police who were unable to prevent protesters from breaching the building.

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Working toward financial stability can be a daunting task, but developing healthy spending habits and practicing smart saving can make it easier to plan for the future and take control of your finances.

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A new movement called The Prison Reform Project has officially launched to help publicize and bring national attention to the thousands of innocent Black prisoners who have been wrongfully convicted.

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Gun reform advocates vowed action after 49 people were killed in the Pulse nightclub shootings in Orlando five years ago, but since then state and federal leaders have accomplished little toward that goal.

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NEW YORK — Linda Martell, one of the pioneers for Black acts in country music and the first Black woman to perform solo at the Grand Ole Opry, will be honored at the 2021 CMT Music Awards.

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Florida courts are set to resume some jury trials and drop mask and social-distancing requirements, while most court proceedings will continue to take place remotely, under an order issued on June 4 by state Supreme Court Chief Justice Charles Canady.

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MIAMI — Another Miami-Dade mass shooting and a possibly connected car crash killed three people and sent five others to the hospital with gunshot wounds, Miami-Dade police said Sunday morning.

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Florida A&M University (FAMU) alumna and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Deputy Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights Monica Rainge last week outlined the America Rescue Plan (ARP) that will bring debt relief to Black and other socially disadvantaged farmers.  

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Parents of public-school students in kindergarten through fifth grade will be able to request that children be retained in their current grade levels for the 2021-2022 school year under a bill signed into law Tuesday by Gov. Ron DeSantis.

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The white SUV police believe carried a group of gunmen to and from a Florida event hall, where more than a dozen people were shot following a rap album release concert over the weekend, was found submerged in the waters of a nearby canal.

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With all due respect to barbecue, Ben & Jerry's and TikTok's baked feta pasta, the way to humanity's heart is not just through our stomachs. The heart needs nutrients. The brain requires refreshment. The soul must be sustained.

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With Congresswoman Val Demings expected to run next year for the U.S. Senate, high-profile Democrats plan to compete for her Orlando area U.S. House seat.

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U.S. Rep. Stephanie Murphy, D-Fla., said Monday she will not run next year for the U.S. Senate seat held by Republican Marco Rubio. Murphy’s announcement came after U.S. Rep. Val Demings, D-Fla., advised supporters last week to “stay tuned” as she “seriously” considers running against Rubio.

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TALLAHASSEE – Florida emergency-management workers aren’t approaching this year’s hurricane season as anything basic, but they are looking forward to what the new state director calls the ABCs – “Anything But COVID.”

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The Florida Department of Management Services and two companies have reached a settlement in a dispute about who will run three private prisons.

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The rise in grocery prices that began at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic doesn’t seem likely to reverse in the near future.

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Family visits the White House on the anniversary of George Floyd’s death.

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Adding delicious, new flavors to your homecooked meals this spring may be easier than you think. A secret ingredient like cooking wine is a simple way to add a boost of flavor to all kinds of recipes.

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Warmer months typically call for lighter bites, and one of the first things that comes to mind for many is a fresh and flavorful salad. While a salad is a quick and easy way to up your veggie intake and get food on the table in next to no time, the same formula over and over again can make m…

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Florida lawmakers pass gambling deal with the Seminole tribe, but a court fight is likely.