Haitian deportees start over in country they don’t recognize
Hundreds of Haitians are scrambling to find jobs, food and housing after being deported from the U.S. to a country that they left almost a decade ago and is now largely unfamiliar: The president has been assassinated, an earthquake has destroyed their relatives’ homes, and gang violence has displaced thousands who now sleep on the floor in temporary shelters.
I-TEAM: Adult game rooms operating underground in Jacksonville
It’s been nearly two years since Jacksonville shut down adult game rooms, also known as internet cafes. But the News4Jax I-TEAM has learned some are operating underground, and now one Jacksonville City Council member is looking to try to make them legal.
Judge says he'll toss some of ex-mayor's fraud convictions
A federal judge on Monday said he planned to toss several convictions against the Massachusetts mayor elected at just 23 years old who was found guilty by jurors of bilking investors and extorting hundreds of thousands of dollars from marijuana businesses.
Transgender student says he was targeted by students using hate speech at St. Johns County school
After videos surfaced of a group of high school students slinging anti-gay slurs at fellow students at Bartram Trail High School, a St. Johns County School District spokesperson told News4Jax Monday that the school is taking action.
The Latest: Pakistan says no rush to recognize Taliban gov't
Pakistan’s foreign minister says Afghanistan’s new Taliban rulers should understand that if they want recognition and assistance in rebuilding the war-battered country “they have to be more sensitive and more receptive to international opinion and norms.”.
Fed likely to signal a coming pullback in economic support
The Federal Reserve is expected this week to send its clearest signal yet that it will start reining in its ultra-low-interest rate policies later this year, the first step toward unwinding the extraordinary support it’s given the economy since the pandemic struck 18 months ago.