Confederate soldier statue is removed from Orlando's Lake Eola Park

The statue, nicknamed "Johnny Reb," will be moved to the Greenwood Cemetery.

GOP is quietly trying to tack protections for firearm silencers onto a natural resources bill

One year after the Pulse nightclub shooting, Republican House members want to end background check requirements for purchasing silencers.

Pulse Nightclub: Here's how Orlando is honoring the victims one year later

Orlando is remembering the deadly attack with compassion and love.

Pulse nightclub: Mourners and activists call for action 1 year after the Orlando shooting.

Activists are demanding political action to prevent another massacre.
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Best places to travel: 10 cities with the biggest discounts on airfare in June

Cheap flight alert! These fun vacation destinations across the world are projected to see airfare price drops this summer.

10 dreamy US vacation destinations that are surprisingly affordable

A trip to Los Angeles or New York City can actually be pretty cheap!

Here's what we know about the future of the 'Star Wars' franchise

There are a lot of dates for fans to put on the calendar.

The 9 best US cities for millennials looking for a job

These 9 cities combine plentiful jobs with highly successful millennials.

When will 'The Last Jedi' trailer be released? Rumors from the 'Star Wars' Celebration

We may be seeing our first look at 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' very, very soon.

What you need to know about the 2017 'Star Wars' Celebration in Orlando, Florida

The trilogy will be 40 years old, and the celebration will be epic.

Gov. Rick Scott reassigns 21 more of Aramis Ayala's cases, citing death penalty opposition

Scott's bizarre vendetta against Aramis Ayala continues.

Orlando designates Pulse shooting anniversary as "Orlando United Day"

It was the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history.

'NBA 2K18' Release Wishlist: Hefty players and 5 other things that should be in the game

More rounded players are just one of the new options 'NBA 2K18' should offer its fans.

Florida lawmakers aim to cut Aramis Ayala's budget because she won't seek death penalty

State attorney Aramis Ayala is facing political attacks, budget cuts and potential removal because she opposes the death penalty.
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Florida governor pulls Aramis Ayala off case after she refuses to pursue the death penalty

Ayala, a state attorney, had just announced she won't seek the death penalty for anyone convicted on her watch.

The hot new way to troll Trump: Snapchat filters that'll bruise his ego

A snap is ephemeral, but the burn is everlasting.
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Sunday will see SeaWorld San Diego's final theatrical orca shows

The theme park will switch to an educational killer whale program starting Monday.
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7 empowering quotes from 2016 you can live by in the new year

Let's make 2017 great.

Orlando Pride, 5 months after the Pulse Shooting, celebrates life without fear

"We’re all family, and we’re all love."
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Matthew Apperson, who shot at George Zimmerman, sentenced to 20 years in prison

The man who fired a shot at Trayvon Martin's killer will serve 20 years.

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Hurricane Matthew Trajectory: Maps show where the storm is headed next and when

Here's the path Hurricane Matthew is expected to follow.
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Hurricane Matthew: Airport closures and flight cancellations ahead of Florida landfall

Keep calm and bank on getting a full refund.

Thames Valley police arrest man for kicking pregnant Muslim woman, who then lost her baby

This is one of several anti-Muslim attacks in the last few months.

Orlando hospitals won't bill Pulse shooting victims for $5.5 million in expenses

Two area hospitals are waiving the out-of-pocket costs for Pulse massacre victims.

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ISIS Thinks Americans Are "Dumb" for Not Having Stricter Gun Laws

ISIS knows easy access to firearms in the U.S. makes their job easy, too.

Marco Rubio to Spend Two-Month Anniversary of Pulse Shootings at Anti-Gay Conference

Fellow scheduled speaker Mat Staver once accused churches that held Pulse memorial services of hosting a "homosexual love fest."

Police Increase Presence in Queer Spaces Post-Orlando — But Not Everyone Feels Safer

After the Orlando shooting, security in queer spaces has caused tension in the community.
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In Wake of the Dallas Shooting, We Can Look to the Nation's Front Pages — Or Beyond them

Tragedy brings out the worst in people — but it also unearths the best.