White nationalist Richard Spencer is scheduled to speak Thursday in Florida, his first speech since the protests in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Florida's governor warned residents they won't survive Hurricane Irma's storm surge, which is predicted to raise water levels dramatically.
Emails obtained and published by The Guardian show the USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service might soon avoid the phrase "climate change."
Schools must hire an "unbiased and qualified hearing officer" to decide whether or not to remove challenged material.
A Florida judge ruled the state's legislature didn't have the authority to change the state's controversial "stand your ground" self-defense law.
After the hurricane closed down planned registration drives, the Clinton campaign requested an extension on the state's Oct. 11 deadline.
Governors in coastal states have ordered the evacuations of dozens of counties and opened hundreds of shelters.
Five local cases of Zika have been declared in Florida's Miami Beach.
More than 1,600 cases have been reported in the continental U.S. alone.