NFL anthem protests: Florida police union offers olive branch to players

Florida police union calls for Dolphins boycott Palm Beach County PBA President John Kazanjian on calls to boycott the Miami Dolphins after players’ anthem protest. A South Florida police union wants to stop the NFL players from kneeling at games and is willing to listen and discuss player hostility toward law enforcement in the United States, even as it calls for […]

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Some voting machines may have already been hacked by Russia: senator

Voting machines in at least one US state already may have been compromised by Russian operatives ahead of the midterm elections, a Florida Democratic senator warned. Sen. Bill Nelson claims the Russians “have already penetrated certain counties in the state and they now have free rein to move about,” according to a report in the Tampa Bay Times. Nelson’s office […]

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Uber has a major ‘vomit fraud’ problem

Uber’s permanent damage control team, fresh off dealing with some industrial espionage, lawsuits, and a fatal self-driving car, have a fun new challenge: Vomit fraud. According to a delightful story from the Miami Herald, passengers in Miami are getting hit with cleaning fees for vomit they didn’t produce. The cleaning fees largely go into the pocket of drivers as payback for […]

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Abandoned Disney park in Florida captured in eerie photographs

Disney’s cursed park: Urban explorer captures eerie pictures of abandoned River Country attraction in Florida where three children DIED River Country was Disney’s first themed water park and opened in 1976 as part of Disney World in Florida  But in 1980 an 11-year-old boy died after contracting a rare disease caused by an amoeba in the water In 1982 a […]

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Mom’s heartbreaking warning after daughter with allergies dies from eating a cookie

A Florida mom is warning others with food allergies after her teen daughter reportedly died from a reaction to a cookie she had at a friend’s house. Kellie Travers-Stafford, who is from Weston, said that she’s “still in shock” over the peanut-allergy death of her 15-year-old daughter, Alexi Stafford, in a post Thursday on social media. She said her daughter […]

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Watch NASA’s iconic Cape Canaveral launch towers crumble

Cape Canaveral has always been a cherished place for the US space program, having hosted some of the most important space missions stretching back decades. On Thursday, however, some of the most iconic launch sites met their end thanks to some conveniently placed high explosives. Just after sunrise Thursday, the massive towers at Launch Complex 17 came tumbling down, marking […]

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XXXTentacion Had Signed A $10 Million Deal For Third Album Weeks Before His Death

The founder of Empire, which had released the rapper’s first album, said a significant amount of material for the purported third album exists in their possession. Rapper XXXTentacion, who was shot to death on June 18 by two men in a suspected botched robbery, had signed a $10 million deal with music distribution company Empire weeks before the tragedy, according […]

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Face scans to be required for international travelers at Orlando airport

ORLANDO, Fla. — Florida’s busiest airport is becoming the first in the nation to require a face scan of passengers on all arriving and departing international flights, including US citizens, according to officials there. The expected announcement Thursday at Orlando International Airport alarms some privacy advocates who say there are no formal rules in place for handling data gleaned from […]

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