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To the Vice President of the Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative of Florida, Mr. Robert D. Apelgren... more
A recent study from Florida State University’s Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science makes bold, but unfounded declarations ... more
NASA’s Artemis 1 mission is poised to take a key step toward returning humans to the moon after a half-century hiatus... more
There’s plenty of rodeo action within driving distance of communities in the Lake Okeechobee area. more
Once again Florida sugarcane farmers are under attack by a biased media outlet touting a new, privately funded study ... more
Move over bacon and ranch dressing – There's a new hot flavor in town. more
When someone mentions a “banana republic,” they’re referring to a small, poor, politically unstable country... more
The past two election cycles have seen an explosion of attention given to “echo chambers”... more
States have recently focused their efforts to reduce the nation's teacher shortage by promoting strategies... more
Two years after the pandemic scrapped many people’s vacation plans, travelers are seeking new experiences... more
Taking oxycodone at the same time as certain selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, a commonly prescribed class of antidepressant... more
Minority access to mental health-related diagnoses and care is impeded by barriers and challenges... more
Powerful storm systems triggered flash flooding across the U.S. in late July, inundating St. Louis neighborhoods... more
The cost of eggs and bread is soaring — a trend that’s particularly punishing for the poorest Americans... more
The next time you wonder whether to reach out to a friend, family member, classmate or other person who’s been out of touch for a long time... more
On July 4, 1776, the 13 “united States of America” declared their independence, throwing off oppression from Great Britain. more
The three words that best describe the Supreme Court’s decisions this term are text, history and tradition. more
We can’t even imagine a grade adequate for the Supreme Court this year, as the current scale stops after only five letters. more
Almost all American adults — including parents, medical patients and people who are sexually active — regularly exercise their right to privacy... more
Amyotrophic Later Sclerosis — also known as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease — is a rare, yet fatal disease that can have subtle onset symptoms not to be overlooked. more
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