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Past articles by Noah:

Meet the Senate's 78-year-old Instagram Influencer

The 78-year-old independent senator Angus King has built an impressive following online, but his Capitol influence — especially on filibuster reforms — is... → Read More

Which States Saw the Most COVID Deaths in 2021? America's Least Vaccinated

Yearly COVID deaths on a state-by-state level show a stark pattern since the vaccines were released in early 2021. Here's what the data show. → Read More

Disinformation About the Flu Shot is a Problem, Too. Let's Fix That

After a majority of Americans rolled up their sleeves to get the coronavirus vaccine over the past year, public health experts are calling on children and adults alike to take another step to save lives by getting their annual flu shots. → Read More

The Man Who Told the President ‘America Is Under Attack' on 9/11 Tells His Story

Andy Card shares his 9/11 story of telling President Bush that America was under attack on September 11...and the chaos that ensured in the air. → Read More

The Man Who Told the President ‘America Is Under Attack' on 9/11 Tells His Story

Andy Card shares his 9/11 story of telling President Bush that America was under attack on September 11...and the chaos that ensured in the air. → Read More

Biden/Harris Collecting Millions for Inaugural Events That Are Now Mostly Virtual

Even though this year’s presidential inauguration won’t feature black-tie galas or celebrity-filled DC parties, soon-to-be-President Joe Biden still appears to be raising enormous sums of money – likely tens of millions of dollars – for inaugural events, with some of the country’s largest corporations doing the underwriting. → Read More

3 Good Signs if You Hate the Electoral College

While many Republicans argue the electoral college protects the interests of small states and rural voters, there are a number of reasons to believe change could be no more than a couple of elections away. → Read More

Why Reforms to Section 230 Could Radically Change How You Use the Internet

Does the phrase ‘Section 230’ mean anything to you? Well, if you’ve ever used the Internet it actually does whether you realize it or not. Here’s what it is and why it matters. → Read More

Poll: Less Than a Third of America Will Rush to Get Coronavirus Vaccine

Doctors and researchers hope to deliver a coronavirus vaccine to the American public sometime in the first half of 2021, but new poll findings indicate the... → Read More

Poll: Few Votes Changed by Senate Impeachment Trial of President Trump

The Senate’s impeachment trial of President Trump shifted the votes of some independent voters, but most Americans were driven even deeper into their political corners by the hearings, according to a new poll from LX and Morning Consult. → Read More

Poll: Younger Americans Driving Demand for Full Trump Impeachment Trial

A majority of Americans want the Senate to hold a full impeachment trial, rather than “allowing voters to decide” the fate of President Donald Trump, according to a new LX/Morning Consult poll released Thursday morning. Younger Americans drove this result: No age groups were more in favor of a full trial than Generation Z and millennials. The poll, conducted as House… → Read More

FBI investigating Hillsborough County Commissioner Ken Hagan

The FBI launched its investigation into Hagan after 10News aired a series of stories exposing the commissioner's connections to lobbyist Beth Leytham. → Read More

Timeline: Florida's SunPass problems

The SunPass maintenance was supposed to last from June 6-11. Nearly six months later...its still a long way from functionality. → Read More

New Florida red light camera report has controversial findings

Tampa, Sarasota and Lakeland continue to operate the largest red light camera programs on Florida’s West Coast. → Read More

One-on-one with Florida’s next education commissioner, Richard Corcoran

Corcoran, the now-former House Speaker known for his bare-knuckles approach to both lawmaking, was dreaming of being Florida’s next governor just one year ago. → Read More

10 tax tips you need to know before the end of 2018

You should read up on these tax law changes, so you can plan accordingly. → Read More

The unbelievable private information you're giving to companies online

A warning to anyone with a smartphone: it's being used to track you in stores, in doctor's offices and even in churches. → Read More

It's Day 204 of the SunPass Saga... and yes, it's still a disaster

The state has $100 million in backlogged toll-by-plate bills it hasn't sent out yet. → Read More

Rays’ real estate report reveals more potential Ybor City plans

The Rays previously said they have no interest in getting into the real estate business, but they commissioned a study on real estate opportunities in Ybor City. → Read More

Attorney General takes action against company exposed by 10investigates

Two companies have reached a settlement with the state of Florida after customers complained about how they handled marketing and sales of water filtration systems. → Read More