Florida lawmakers have proposed a bill that would allow Floridians to conceal and carry firearms without needing a license.
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Major retailers Walmart and CVS announced today that they will be reducing pharmacy hours in response to a nationwide shortage of pharmacy staff.
Walmart announced on Tuesday that it will be increasing the minimum wage for its store employees to $14 an hour, representing a 17% jump from their current wages.
The price of postage stamps increased on Sunday for the third time in nearly 17 months. Costs to send a letter by certified mail and insure packages will also increase.
Thousands of U.S. flights were delayed Wednesday morning after the Federal Aviation Administration suffered an outage of the system that sends messages to pilots.
State regulators in Florida have approved a request from Florida Power & Light and Duke Energy to raise rates
On Friday, Gov. Ron DeSantis signed into law a property insurance overhaul that is likely to increase premiums for many Floridians in the upcoming months, along with tax rebates for residents affected by Hurricanes Ian and Nicole this fall.
On this day in history, Dec. 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor attack kills 2,403 Americans, launches US into WWII
Imperial Japan launched a devastating Sunday morning surprise attack on the U.S. Navy and other military assets at Pearl Harbor, rousing a “sleeping giant” and…
The holidays may be months away, but holiday peak pricing is already going into effect at the United States Postal Service.
“Peak-season pricing” starts Sunday, Oct. 2 and lasts through Jan. 22, 2023
Florida Power & Light Company today announced a plan to refund its approximately 5.8 million customers nearly $400 million in savings resulting from the new federal tax law