It has been widely reported that officials in President Donald Trump's White House used non-official messaging accounts throughout his four years in office.
Pope Francis uttered his strongest plea yet about the seven-month-old war in Ukraine, which he denounced as an “error and a horror.”
President Joe Biden has signed into law a bill that finances the federal government through mid-December and provides another infusion of military and economic aid to Ukraine.
The Tesla Cybertruck is almost ready to set sail … apparently.
Queen Elizabeth II died from old age, according to the monarch's death certificate.
President Joe Biden sought out a deceased congresswoman during his remarks at a hunger conference Wednesday.
Gov. Ron DeSantis urged Floridians to be aware of local evacuation orders as Hurricane Ian is expected to strengthen into a “major” storm in the eastern Gulf of Mexico as early as Tuesday.
'Nostradamus: The Complete Prophecies for the Future' also claims Prince Harry will become king after King Charles III abdicates.
In a sign of royal continuity, the picture of King Charles III is taken in front of a photo of his late parents, Elizabeth and Philip.
Suspended Hillsborough State Attorney Andrew Warren is still out of a job, but a federal district court judge wants a trial to decide whether he should get it back.
On Saturday, Governor Ron DeSantis has declared a State of Emergency for the entire state of Florida ahead of Tropical Storm Ian.
New York's attorney general is suing former President Donald Trump and his company, accusing business fraud involving some of their most prized assets, including properties in Manhattan, Chicago and Washington, D.C.
A federal appeals court has lifted a judge’s hold on the Justice Department’s ability to use classified records seized from former President Donald Trump’s Florida estate in its ongoing criminal investigation.
Gov. Ron DeSantis and his supporters continued to go toe-to-toe with his opponents Wednesday, days after he chartered two flights to send 50 migrants from Texas to Massachusetts.
Lawyers representing asylum seekers who were allegedly “tricked” into going from Texas to Martha’s Vineyard on flights funded by Gov. Ron DeSantis’ administration said Wednesday they are seeking a nationwide injunction to block the governor from luring immigrants to travel across state lines.
As he defended sending migrants to "sanctuary jurisdictions," Gov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday was hit with a potential class-action lawsuit that alleged Venezuelan migrants were lured with false promises to fly last week from Texas to Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts.
The "Family-Focused Tax Relief" includes proposals with an estimated savings of $1.1 billion for Florida taxpayers. Gov. DeSantis made the announcement Tuesday afternoon at the Anna Maria Oyster Bar in Bradenton.
Governor Ron DeSantis said he could not confirm that Florida was funding another flight for migrants in Texas, possibly to be relocated to other states. However, he defended the state funding of two flights that took Venezuelan asylum seekers from Texas to Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts in the week prior.
The migrants Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis sent to Martha's Vineyard were homeless and given "multiple opportunities" to voluntarily take the trip or stay behind, according to senior officials in his administration.
Eyebrows are raising at President Joe Biden’s latest comment that the COVID-19 pandemic is over, but Tampa Bay public health experts said the virus is definitely still infecting lots of people.