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Miami Police Officer Who Wore Trump Mask at Early-Voting Site May Be Disciplined

Officials said uniformed officer Daniel Ubeda’s gesture was intimidating to voters and demanded his immediate suspension.

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Puerto Rican Eliseo Santana Is the First Hispanic Running for Sheriff in Pinellas County

The Latino professional wants to bring equity to the Sheriff’s Office, where he worked for 31 years.

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A Tumultuous Weekend Marks the Beginning of June Between Violence and Virus

The scale of the coast-to-coast protests rivaled the historic demonstrations of the civil rights and Vietnam War eras.A

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The Notorious Case of Pablo Casellas Just Took An Unexpected Turn

Judge sets his bond at $2 million, giving Casellas the opportunity to be out of prison by June.

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6 Years After Eric Garner, Black Citizens Still Can’t Breathe in America

It takes a special kind of patriotism to be Black in America. To exist in a country that does nothing about its persistent history of violent racism.

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It’s Official. Ex-Felons Will Be Allowed to Vote Despite Legal Fees

The judge overturned part of a law passed by Republican lawmakers and signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis last year forbidding ex-felons to vote.

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Texas Naval Base Shooting Is ‘Terrorism-Related’, FBI Says

The shooter tried to speed through a gate at the base in a vehicle, but security personnel put up a barrier in time to stop the shooting.