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Will the US ever have a national COVID-19 testing strategy?

Such a strategy could systematically check more people for infections and spot surges before they take off.

Black Lives Matter flag becomes issue in Florida community

The country’s racial divisions aren’t just flaring up in city streets, they are also outside our front doors.

Playing through pandemic predictably frustrating

It is all very frustrating, and especially disappointing for players asked to follow a litany of rules.

The colorful homeland of Laelanie Larach infuses her work

Laelanie Larach's style depends on her mood and inspiration, but art has always been part of her childhood and dreams. Bright bold colors can become drastic combinations when she lets her imagination emerge in the canvas and allows her inspiration to go wild.

Green jacket fits as well in November as in April

The Augusta National course that ended up playing a lot easier in November than it ever did in April.

Obesity harms the body in real time, not just over a lifetime

The COVID-19 pandemic has thrust the obesity epidemic once again into the spotlight.

Sports has reason to be proud, but can’t be one-off

Sports has every reason to be proud. Now comes the tough part. Making sure it’s not a one-off.

VoteCast: Florida voters sour on state of nation

AP VoteCast found that 57% of Florida voters said the United States is headed in the wrong direction.

Panhandle shorebirds thrive in aftermath of Hurricane Sally

Destroyed wild plants, the pearly smooth sand: perfect nesting for the region’s shorebirds.

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Benson scores 3 times, No. 5 Florida State beats rival Florida 24-15 for 18th consecutive win

When it was over, Florida State receiver Keon Coleman did a backflip at midfield.

Buyers worldwide go for bigger cars, erasing gains from cleaner tech. EVs would help

Sport utility vehicles, or SUVs, now account for more than half of all new car sales across the globe, the group said, and it’s not alone.

One of world’s largest icebergs drifting beyond Antarctic waters after it was grounded for 3 decades

The iceberg is about three times the size of New York City and more than twice the size of Greater London.

Sea turtle nests break records on US beaches, but global warming threatens their survival

In Florida, preliminary state statistics show more than 133,840 loggerhead turtle nests, breaking a record set in 2016.

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