TAMPA — Public Transportation Commission chairman Victor Crist has called an emergency meeting that could determine the future of the embattled agency's executive director, Kyle Cockream. …
BALTIMORE — A former intelligence contractor stole the equivalent of 500 million pages of government documents during two decades of work at seven companies, including top-secret plans for an operation against a hostile country, prosecutors said in papers filed in U.S. District Court here on Thursday.
SAN FRANCISCO — At the start of 2014, President Barack Obama assigned his trusted counselor, John D. Podesta, to lead a review of the digital revolution, its potential and its perils. When Podesta presented his findings five months later, he called the internet's onslaught of big data "a historic driver of …
WASHINGTON — The panda population in the United States is dropping by three.
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka — A desperate Pakistani family anxiously awaiting a U.S. visa for their ailing little girl is running out of time: Maria is just six years old but a rare genetic disease has left her frail body wracked with pain and stunted her growth.
TAMPA — Eventually, playing catch-up was going to catch up with the Lightning.
An administrative supervisor with the Bay Pines Veterans Affairs Police Department was arrested Oct. 7 on a charge of felony child abuse, according to the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office.
TAMPA — Between construction, a Tampa Bay Lightning hockey game and typical rush-hour traffic, it was difficult to get to the Downtowner launch party near Channelside Thursday night.
TAMPA — A woman died Thursday afternoon after she suffered head injuries and was left in the middle of a residential west Tampa road, police said.
ST. PETERSBURG — The Sunshine City is more like the Leaky City.
MIAMI — President Barack Obama on Thursday defended his namesake health care program, long a target of Republicans and recently criticized by some Democrats, saying millions of Americans "now know the financial security of health insurance" because of the Affordable Care Act.
President Obama repeatedly blasted Marco Rubio during a campaign stop in Miami this afternoon, saying he doesn't show up to work, believe in the science of climate change and supports Donald Trump despite calling him a "con artist" and "dangerous."...
It has been seven years since Jacquies Smith went up against Colin Kaepernick in college, but his memory is vivid....
Netflix premieres a couple of high-profile originals this month, including the much anticipated Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life and Queen Elizabeth II series The Crown. The streaming service also adds some well-reviewed children's movies in Paddington and Disney's The Jungle Book remake, as well as critically acclaimed films from Richard Linklater and the Coen brothers. Yet it's also getting rid of several much-loved movies and television series, including several Cartoon Network series. For a full list, read below:...