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Annie Segarra On Being A Millennial With A Disability And Accessibility In Miami

Annie Segarra is a disability rights activist from South Miami-Dade. She uses Instagram , Facebook , Twitter and YouTube to talk about living with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, a connective tissue disorder.

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Updated at 6:30 a.m. ET

A 49-year-old Coast Guard lieutenant charged with stockpiling weapons and drugs is being described as a "domestic terrorist" who was planning "to murder innocent civilians on a scale rarely seen in this country," according to court documents filed in U.S. District Court in Maryland on Tuesday.

DeSantis Looks To Canada To Lower Drug Costs

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Pointing to the high costs of health care, Gov. Ron DeSantis on Wednesday announced plans to create a program that would allow Floridians to have access to FDA-approved drugs from Canada. 

Senate Marijuana Smoking Bill Rolls Along

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A Senate proposal that would allow patients to smoke medical marijuana is ready to go to the full Senate after the Rules Committee unanimously signed off on the measure Wednesday. 

Historic preservationists are hoping that the upcoming 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing this summer will persuade the United Nations to do something to protect Neil Armstrong's footprints in the lunar dust.

Comedian Paula Poundstone has become an iconic voice for fans of NPR’s show “Wait Wait... Don’t Tell Me!” Hosted by Peter Sagal, Poundstone is a regular guest on the show. She started her career in stand-up as a teen and has been performing for almost 40 years. She's known for the way she interacts with the audience, asking audience members three basic questions: what's your name, where are you from and what do you for a living? 

Updated at 6:50 a.m. ET Thursday

Empire actor Jussie Smollett has been taken into custody on charges of disorderly conduct for allegedly filing a false police report about being attacked on the street, according to Chicago police.

Nadege Green

A group of student journalists tracked every fatal shooting of young people since the mass shooting in Parkland on Feb. 14, 2018.

And they wrote obituaries for all of the victims—1,149 teens, children and toddlers.

The project is called “Since Parkland.”

John Teets

Finding an affordable home in the Florida Keys is a real challenge. And so is finding a home for the Key West homeless shelter.

Fernando Llano / AP via Miami Herald

Top military commanders for the US and Colombia held a joint meeting in Miami on Wednesday to discuss regional cooperation. At the top of the agenda was the escalating humanitarian crisis in Venezuela, which is slated to ramp up this weekend.

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously Wednesday that the Constitution's ban on excessive fines applies to state and local governments, thus limiting their ability to use fines to raise revenue.

The court's decision, written by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, was announced by her on her second day back at the court. Ginsburg missed in-person arguments at the court for the first time in her quarter century on the Supreme Court bench after undergoing surgery for lung cancer late last year.

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