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In a push against so-called "cancel culture," Republican Florida lawmakers appear ready to pass legislation that would require public colleges and universities to survey students, faculty and staff about their beliefs and viewpoints.

A judge has again dismissed a lawsuit filed against the city of Miami Beach by the owner of a failed nightclub at the center of a 2012 FBI extortion sting that led to the arrest of 7 city employees.

After weeks of struggling to save patients inside the COVID unit, things were finally starting to look up at @JacksonHealth  South. The hospital was planning to close its COVID ICU and their first intubated coronavirus patient was discharged for rehab after 46 days. #ICUMiami  🧵

Legislators informally called the law enacted in 1988 “the bad baby bill.” It was designed to protect obstetricians from colossal judgments when babies suffered catastrophic brain damage because of oxygen deprivation at birth — even when the baby died. 🧵

NEW: Federal investigators say employees at the Turkey Point nuclear power plant in Homestead falsified records and deliberately recorded inaccurate information on maintenance reports in 2019.

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NEW: The eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent and the Grenadines woke up to heavy ash fall, more explosive eruptions, minor earthquakes overnight and a new worry: the possible destruction of communities from heavy flows of lava droplets and hot gas.

YouTube removed a recording of a roundtable discussion on public health that was held by Gov. DeSantis after the video-sharing platform said it included information on mask-wearing that “contradicts the consensus of local and global health authorities.”

Will Pfizer COVID vaccine need a third dose? Company CEO explains why that’s ‘likely’

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"I don't think anyone has been told the truth about what Jeffrey Epstein did," said Michelle Licata, now 30. "He ruined my life and a lot of girls' lives. People need to know what he did and why he wasn't prosecuted so it never happens again."

Long before #MeToo  became the catalyst for a women's movement about sexual assault — and a decade before the fall of Harvey Weinstein, Bill Cosby and U.S. Olympic gymnastic doctor Larry Nassar — there was Jeffrey Edward Epstein. #PerversionofJustice 

#BREAKING : Second Parkland shooting survivor commits suicide, police confirm Via

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President Donald Trump cheered Robert Kraft’s team to Super Bowl victory with founder of spa where he was busted

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BREAKING: Andrew Gillum was discovered by police at a South Beach hotel early Friday in a room with bags of possible methamphetamine and in the company of a man who appeared to have overdosed on drugs, according to a police report.

Epstein could have spent life in prison, but he only served a little more than a year in jail. Why? A secret deal was struck — an extraordinary plea arrangement — with help from future Secretary of Labor Alex Acosta.

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Florida accidentally released a report on COVID-19 outbreaks at schools — from daycare centers to colleges — and found nearly 900 students and staffers had tested positive during a two-week period in August as schools had just begun or readied to reopen.

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