Stand back and take a good look at the early days of the 2016 U.S. Senate race in Florida. Can you see it?
It's been 19 years since investigative reporters Bob Malloy and Will Bourne wrote how money and political influence contributed to the demise of water quality and the seagrass/coral reef ecos
Ah, for the freedom of a billionaire environmentalist. Is there a more hypocritical, more protected species on this planet?
For four years Charlie Crist gave me a reason to get up in the morning. I've been so down since he left my computer screen. Then, just when I thought that 6 a.m.
Democrats close to Florida party leadership are buzzing over the bold call Monday from Democratic progressives to replace senatorial candidate Patrick Murphy with Alan Grayson -- and an equally bol
We can argue over the good sense of Annette Taddeo playing up her connection to Charlie Crist. She was his choice for lieutenent governor after all.
For a Democrat so shunned by party leadership she's virtually been thrown in a trash can and shredded with the office secrets, Leslie Wimes has the darndest collection of highly placed, in-th
Buy the land, don't buy the land -- it's all pretend, all a big show and all for naught.
What rang my bell earlier this week was Rep. Jennifer Sullivan's description of HB 633, a busybody bill that would make women wait 24 hours before having an abortion.
Florida public safety agencies should get what they asked for this legislative session -- competitive bidding on a desperately needed emergency communications system upgrade.
In the last five years nobody did more to change the course of Florida history than Gov. Charlie Crist.
It never comes as a surprise to me to see sports fans in Florida lukewarm on the home team but fired up for the visitors.
Florida Democratic Party Chairwoman Allison Tant is doing it again, deciding who can run and who can't.
During Sunshine State News' first three years, we dismissed John Morgan as just another rich and powerful Florida trial attorney. That would be our mistake.
At any time during a Florida legislative session, trial attorneys in the Capitol are like pollen in a field of ragweed. They're everywhere. Walk anywhere, you're infected.