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Private Miami school won’t employ vaccinated teachers

The Centner Academy in Miami sent a notice to parents informing them of a new policy.

Prosecutors: Superintendent lied about contacting witnesses

The state’s response explains why Broward County Schools Superintendent was charged with perjury.

US marks slowest population growth since the Depression

Altogether, the U.S. population rose to 331,449,281 last year, a 7.4% increase.

Johnson & Johnson vaccine resumes throughout Florida

Shots using the Johnson & Johnson vaccine resumed Sunday at federally supported mass vaccination sites.

Florida reaches new gambling agreement with Seminole Tribe

The agreement would greatly expand gambling in the state, adding legalized sports wagering.

SpaceX’s third crew launched from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center

The four veteran astronauts will reach the International Space Station for a six-month stay.

Gov. Ron DeSantis sued over new ‘anti-riot’ law that creates tougher penalties

The nonprofit group Legacy Entertainment & Arts Foundation filed the lawsuit in Orlando.

Broward County Schools superintendent charged with perjury

Superintendent Robert Runcie was arrested by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

Guilty verdicts in Floyd’s death bring joy — and wariness

From Florida to Minnesota people cheered, marched, hugged, waved signs and sang jubilantly.

DeSantis signs Florida’s anti-riot bill, cites Chauvin trial

The so-called anti-riot bill was a response to protests around the country.
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‘It’s an honor’: The Hall of Fame’s class of 2020 enshrined

Kobe Bryant is in the Hall now, along with contemporaries Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett.
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Passing on your password? Streaming services are past it

Password sharing is estimated to cost streaming services several billion dollars a year in lost revenue.

Disney World and Universal Studios loosen pandemic mask requirements

Florida’s major theme parks are adjusting their face mask policies.

Bleak futures fuel widespread protests by young Colombians

They have taken the brunt of the tear gas and gunshots from security forces, and dozens have paid for it with their lives.

‘There was no going back’: Migrants send kids into US alone

Growing numbers of migrant families are making the heart-wrenching decision to separate from their children.
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