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On the 42nd anniversary of Roe v. Wade, pro-life supporters celebrated a victory rather than a loss.
Supermarket giant Publix is now offering full insurance benefits to married same-sex couples.
Despite threats of war and attacks on venues, some movie theaters in Alachua County showed the controversial comedy movie “The Interview” over Winter Break.
A local nonprofit organization will now be able to provide better humanitarian aid to Cuba after a recent decision by the White House to repair relations between the U.S. and Cuba.
The UF community continued to unload its groceries from reusable bags as California announced a plastic bag ban.
UF students are using Facebook to broadcast the many Gator faces that support Venezuelan student protesters.
After government attempts to silence opposition in Venezuela, UF students are fighting to give the people a voice.
Serial killer Paul Rowles is likely responsible for the death of Tiffany Sessions 25 years ago.
Starbucks Coffee Company stirred up more than frappuccinos this past week.
SPANISH FORK, Utah - Two 15-year-old girls died and a 13-year-old girl was critically injured after they were struck by a freight train in Utah.
PHOENIX - Authorities in Arizona arrested nearly 100 people after two separate protests in support of the Occupy Wall Street movement.
WASHINGTON - With the Chris Christie and Sarah Palin teases over, Mitt Romney is telling Republican activists there's all the more reason to get excited about his presidential campaign. They will keep him waiting a bit longer, it seems.
MIAMI (AP) - The Univision television network denied allegations Tuesday that it told Republican Sen. Marco Rubio it might not broadcast a story about a relative's decades-old drug conviction if he appeared on its news programs.