PoliticsShow All


Miami city commission candidate fights in court to stay on November ballot

A hearing is scheduled in Miami-Dade County court to hear arguments and get a ruling before early voting begins in late October.


Five things to know about the second Republican presidential debate

Trump, by the way, will again be a no-show.


GOP states announce new voter roll systems. Are they as secure as ERIC?

An expert in elections administration and one of the founders of ERIC says the new systems could suffer from low data quality, high costs and inadequate security.

PolicyShow All


Congress averts shutdown with a 45-day stopgap funding bill

Lawmakers passed a bipartisan measure just hours before a funding lapse was set to furlough hundreds of thousands of federal employees.


Miami-Dade jails seemingly on track to avoid federal sanctions

The county manages six detention facilities and about 4,500 inmates a day on average, making it the seventh-largest in the nation.


Surfside officials give conditional OK to preserving Champlain memorial space

Opponents fought against the plan by the developer to place a loading dock on the same bordering street as the memorial park.


Biden administration begins cautioning feds to prepare for a shutdown

Degree of organization varies across government as agencies note a funding lapse could still be avoided.

PersonalityShow All


The legal woes of Miami's elected officials continue to mount

The city's leaders are embroiled in a cavalcade of legal crises.


Read Florida House Speaker-designate Daniel Perez's acceptance speech

'The problem with government isn’t just that it does too much, but that we aren’t very good at doing the things that really matter,' he said.


Miami now has a banned books club founded by a 16-year-old

One of the unintended consequences of banning books is sometimes it can make people want to read them more.

Power ListsShow All

Power List

Above & Beyond

Honoring Women in Government and Public Service.

Power List

The Florida Construction Power 100

The contractors, advocates and government officials building a better state.

Power List

The South Florida Power 100

The political players in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.

Power List

The Florida Women Power 100

The most influential women in Florida politics and government.

OpinionShow All


Commentary: It's too soon to regulate AI

While restrictions and export controls related to specific compute and hardware platforms are possible, it is virtually impossible to monitor and enforce how these computing platforms are actually used.


Bill Cotterell: Term limits won’t solve the 'senioritis' in Washington

No matter how long they stay, we keep sending the same kind of people to Congress and the White House, our Capitol Columnist writes.


'Is this Steve Schale? Hi, this is Lucy Morgan'

A veteran political consultant remembers the late St. Petersburg Times capital bureau chief.


Your view: Here are some basic guidelines for submitting op-eds, letters to the editor

City & State Florida welcomes proposed opinion articles for publication online.

MagazineShow All