Wednesday, February 21, 2018
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Bill Edmonds

Bill Edmonds is Managing Editor to and a consultant in communications in Tallahassee, Florida. A native of Virginia, he has worked in the Florida capital for three decades in journalism, in public affairs and in communications. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mass communications from Virginia Commonwealth University and a master’s in American Studies from Florida State University.

Val Demings, former Orlando Police Chief, Running for U.S. House Seat

Val Demings, former police chief of Orlando and a Democrat, announced Wednesday that she would seek the U.S. House seat now held by Republican Daniel Webster.

Congressman Rangel Offers Spirited Comments in Virtual Town Hall

U.S. Representative Charlie Rangel offered lively remarks, insights and commentary Thursday in a Virtual Town Hall where he took questions on preserving Medicare, creating more jobs, expanding broadband access, raising HIV/AIDS awareness, fighting drug use and other issues.

Congressman Charlie Rangel to hold Virtual Town Hall on Thursday

U.S. Representative Charlie Rangel will hold a Virtual Town Hall on Thursday to take questions on job creation, preserving Medicare, expanding access to education...

Hackers Seize Fox Twitter Account to Send Fake Messages About Obama

Hackers took control of a Twitter feed at Fox News on early Monday and began posting outrageous claims that President Barack Obama had been shot and killed.

Alvin Brown Takes Oath as Jacksonville Mayor, Promises Jobs and Unity

Alvin Brown, Jacksonville’s new mayor, is reaching into the Florida Legislature to find experienced political minds to help him lead the Florida city.

Budget Talks Fail — Minnesota Shuts Down

Minnesota shut down its government at midnight Thursday, after Governor Mark Dayton and legislative leaders failed to resolve differences on how to erase a...

President Obama Scolds Congress on Debt Ceiling — But is Talk...

Since emerging on the national political stage as a U.S. Senate candidate in 2004 and later during his run for president in 2008, Barack...

Hattiesburg Mayor Johnny DuPree Wants to be Mississippi’s Governor

Politic365 talks to Hattiesburg Mayor Johnny DuPree about education, jobs and other challenges for his state and his campaign for governor of Mississippi.

Illinois’ Blagojevich Convicted of Corruption

A jury today found Rod Blagojevich, former governor of Illinois, guilty on trying to sell an appointment to the U.S. Senate seat left vacant by Barack Obama’s election as president in 2008.

Woman Stands in Yard and Videos Police Arrest — So Police...

Police in Rochester, New York, are coming under scrutiny and criticism after arrested a woman for videotaping a traffic stop while standing in her front yard. Emily Good said that she went outside to document possible racial profiling by police in the city’s 19th Ward.