Posted: 2:50 PM It's considered the Holy Grail of comic books: Action Comics No. 1 from 1938, featuring the debut of Superman. And David Gonzales found one mixed in with old newspapers insulating a wall in a house he was renovating in a small town in Minnesota.
Posted: 1:50 PM Florida child welfare officials have fired a child abuse investigator they say forged documents about substance abuse treatment for a mother six months before that she left her 11-month old baby in a sweltering car where he died.
Posted: 1:28 PM The Florida Supreme Court is siding with public defenders who believe they should be able to reject cases if they don't have the budget and lawyers to adequately represent poor people charged with crimes.
Posted: 12:31 PM The Florida Department of Health-Gadsden’s Population Based Services: Prevention and Education Program cordially invites the Gadsden County community to participate in Get Going Gadsden 2013.
Updated: 12:11 PM The father of a Chechen immigrant shot by U.S. law enforcement agents in Florida while being questioned about his ties to a Boston Marathon bombings suspect says he regrets allowing his son to go to the United States.
Posted: 10:37 AM Sales of new homes rose in April to the second highest level since the summer of 2008 while the median price for a new home hit a record high, further signs that housing is recovering.
Updated: 3:31 PM Determined to check the growing epidemic of sexual assaults in the U.S. armed forces, a House panel is poised to approve a series of revisions to longstanding military law. They include stripping commanding officers of their unilateral authority to change or dismiss a court-martial conviction and requiring that service members found guilty of sexual offenses be dismissed or dishonorably discharged.
Posted: 3:03 PM The Oklahoma medical examiner's office says it has positively identified 23 of 24 people killed in the tornado that ripped through the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore, including 10 children.
Posted: 2:36 PM The Internal Revenue Service has hit the Miccosukee Indians with a $170 million bill for failing to report and withhold taxes from its distribution of gambling profits to tribal members.