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Fire forces evacuation of 100s of homes in Florida Panhandle

Downed trees, low humidity and strong winds, have created “the perfect storm”.

Tropical Storm Elsa gaining strength, lashing Florida Keys

Elsa’s maximum sustained winds stood at 60 mph (95 kph) early Tuesday.

Drilling nearly done to demolish rest of collapsed condo

Eighty percent of the drilling work was complete by Sunday morning.

J-Rod done: Lopez, Rodriguez call off 2-year engagement

Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez called off their two-year engagement.

New Tropical storm poses potential hurricane threat to Florida

Tropical Storm Laura poses a potential hurricane threat to Florida and the U.S. Gulf Coast.

Fort Lauderdale Ready to Commemorate 60 Years of FLIBS

Commemorates 60 years of FLIBS at the new Superyacht Village, a must-see exhibition space exclusive marina.

What Did Epstein’s Famous Friends Know and See?

Jeffrey Epstein has hobnobbed with some of the world’s most powerful people during his jet-setting life.

Lawmakers Disagree on Funding State’s Tourism Agency

Visit Florida is currently at the heart of a budget debate at the state capital.

Total Lunar Eclipse Meets Supermoon Sunday Night

Here comes a total lunar eclipse and supermoon, all wrapped into one.

Theresa May in Frantic Final Push to Win Brexit Deal Backing

The Prime Minister made a frantic last push to swing lawmakers’ support behind her.

GOP, Kavanaugh Accuser in Standoff over her Senate Testimony

An attorney for Christine Blasey Ford asked for another day to decide.

Jurors Focus on Statement in Trial of Pulse Shooter’s Wife

Jurors deliberating the fate of the Orlando nightclub shooter’s wife took a closer look at the statement she made to FBI agents in the hours after the attack.

Gov. Rick Scott Mum on if he’ll Sign Gun-Control Bill

The Florida Legislature officially delivered the bill Thursday to Scott, who has 15 days to sign the bill, veto it or let it become law without his signature.

Apropos of the Olympics, Things to Know About Pyeongchang

With the Olympics just a few weeks away, here are some answers to questions about Pyeongchang and the Korean Peninsula.

How Revelers Around the World Ring in 2018, Say Bye to the Old

Here's a look at how people around the world are marking the end of the year and welcoming 2018.

From Malta to Minneapolis, a Look at Where to Go in 2018

It makes sense that they’re turning to Asia for spring breaks and backpacking trips with stops in Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, China, India and Singapore.

Art Fairs on the Move at the Art Basel Miami in this Year’s Edition

Art Basel Miami, the import fair that revved up the entire South Florida art scene will take place December 7-10 at the newly renovated Miami Beach Convention Center.

Trees, Lights, Holiday Magic: Christmas Events and Displays to Visit this Year

Trees, lights, holiday magic: Christmas events and displays. Here’s a look at a few events and other attractions to plan a holiday trip.

The Latest: Hurricane Harvey Smashed into Texas as Category 4, at Least 2 Dead

The eye of the Category 4 hurricane made landfall about 10 p.m. about 30 miles (48 kilometers) northeast of Corpus Christi with 130 mph sustained winds and flooding rains.

Millions of Americans to Gaze Upon Monday’s Once-in-a-Lifetime Total Solar Eclipse

The sight of the moon's shadow passing directly in front of the sun, may draw the largest live audience for a celestial event in human history.

Latest Update: Attacker Drives Van into Crowd at Barcelona’s Historic Las Ramblas District

One suspect in the Barcelona van attack had been arrested. Local media reported up to 13 dead. More than 32 injured, some seriously.

Reasons Why the Health Care Bill Would Fail, Reasons Why it May Not

There are reasons why the Health Care bill would fail, and also why it may not, postponed votes twice because too many Republicans were poised to vote no.

What Are the Options for the Supreme Court to Rule on Trump Travel Ban?

Lower federal courts have so far agreed and blocked the travel ban. Here's a look at several ways the and options for Supreme Court on Trump travel ban.

Facebook Killer Shoots Himself to Death After Police Chasing

Stephens, a job counselor who worked with teenagers and young people, was wanted on an aggravated murder charge in the shooting of Robert Godwin Sr.

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