The city of Miami had moved to dissolved the Pottinger Agreement, a federal consent decree that prevented city police from arresting the homeless for loitering. The ACLU represented the homeless and pushed back.
Coral Gables police are searching for Angel E. Parra, 17, in connection to the armed carjacking of a white Mercedes Benz SUV in Coral Gables on Feb. 8. His last known address is in Homestead, police said.
Two of President Donald Trump's attorneys may have lied to government ethics officials about a pre-2016 election payment issued on Trump's behalf to a woman who says she had sex with him over a decade ago, according to records obtained by House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings.
Upholding a judge’s decision that sided with former Sen. Bill Nelson, a federal appeals court ruled that a Florida law requiring voters’ signatures on mail-in ballots to match signatures on file imposes “a serious burden on the right to vote.”
An attorney for the Gila River Indian Community says a powerful state lawmaker's push to change Arizona water law is based on misinformation and the concerns of a "small number of farmers" who took water they did not have the right to use.
Top Arizona Democrats are accusing the Republican House speaker of risking the collapse of a drought plan for the Colorado River by pursuing legislation that has angered the Gila River Indian Community.
The Alabama Supreme Court ruled a state law that prohibits cities from removing Confederate monuments will remain in effect while the state appeals a judge's ruling that declared the statute constitutional.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announces a plan to create "equal opportunity scholarships" to relieve the wait list for student tax credit scholarships at a press conference near Tamiami on Friday, Feb. 15, 2019.