Thursday, October 29, 2020

Florida is part of antitrust lawsuit against Google

NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Florida was one of 11 states that joined the U.S. Department of Justice in filing a major antitrust lawsuit Oct. 20...

FDLE still reviewing investigation request into Bloomberg

NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA State law enforcement officials continue to review Attorney General Ashley Moody’s request to investigate former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg...

Trump tweets about leaving hospital

BY NOAH BIERMAN AND ELI STOKOLS LOS ANGELES TIMES/TNS WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump announced on Twitter Monday that he would be leaving Walter Reed Medical...

State continues to lag in census

NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA With a Sept. 30 deadline looming, Florida continues to lag behind much of the nation in responding to the U.S. census....

Obamacare plan rates to increase 3.1 percent

BY NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Florida’s top insurance regulator on Friday announced approval of a statewide average 3.1 percent rate increase for health insurance plans...

THE HIGH COST OF COVID-19

The virus is having a tougher financial impact on Blacks, Latinos and Native Americans than on Whites. BY JIM SAKSA AND MICHAEL MACAGNONE CQ-ROLL CALL/TNS WASHINGTON —...

State of emergency expanded for Hurricane Sally

September 15, 2020 NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE --- Gov. Ron DeSantis warned that Hurricane Sally, after bringing massive rains and storm surge in the western...

Black SuperPAC calls on candidates, parties to spend millions with Black businesses

BY THE FLORIDA COURIER STAFF America’s leading Black conservative political action committee, BlakPAC, has instituted a national effort to help Black-owned businesses earn some of...

‘Tribute in Light’ continues despite pandemic

REMEMBERING THE VICTIMS OF 9/11 The “Tribute in Light” rises skyward on Sept. 11, 2019 as a memorial to the victims in the terrorist attacks...

Restaurants can’t find workers even amid historic unemployment

BY NIC QUEROLO AND LESLIE PATTON BLOOMBERG NEWS/TNS Not even the greatest surge in joblessness in 80 years is easing the fast-food industry’s years-old labor shortage. That’s...