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  1. President Trump says U.S. won't leave NAFTA — for now


    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump said he has told the leaders of Mexico and Canada that he will not pull out of the North American Free Trade Agreement at this time, but could still withdraw if he concludes a renegotiated pact is not "a fair deal for all."

  2. Big names among layoffs as ESPN responds to changing media market (w/video)

    TV and Radio

    ESPN began laying off employees Wednesday as the Bristol, Conn.-based sports network adjusts to a media landscape reshaped by the loss of millions of cable TV subscribers.

  3. Suspect sought in deadly shooting Wednesday in Land O'Lakes

    Public Safety

    LAND O'LAKES — Pasco County sheriff's deputies Wednesday night were looking for a 39-year-old man who is a suspect in the shooting death of another man earlier in the day.

  4. Editorial: Don't make FPL customers pay for fracking


    Florida Power & Light's wholly owned subsidiary, the Florida Legislature, is moving toward allowing the state's largest electric utility to charge customers for its natural gas fracking projects in other states. This is nothing but a massive handout to a powerful monopoly at the expense of consumers who should not have …

  5. PolitiFact: Where Trump fell short in 100 days


    If there's one arena where President Donald Trump's agenda has had a rough encounter with reality, it's Capitol Hill.

  6. PolitiFact: What Trump has done in his first 100 days in office


    President Donald Trump points to declines in illegal immigration, a new Supreme Court justice on the bench and rollbacks of policies set by his predecessor as examples of success within 100 days of his administration.

  7. Pasco panel resumes job of tackling SR 54 traffic congestion


    LAND O'LAKES — A group talked transportation in a college classroom (study) amid a crowd of onlookers who filled every seat (capacity) and looked for additional space (congestion).

  8. Church of Scientology takes aim at Clearwater Marine Aquarium after being denied land

    Special Topics

    CLEARWATER — The Church of Scientology has launched a statewide campaign blasting the ethics and financial practices of the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, a move that follows the aquarium's recent decision not to sell the church a prized downtown property.

  9. Hot Wheels, Part 2: The Chase. Cops, teen car thieves and a dangerous game.


    He stole a Mercedes-Benz convertible from a 79-year-old man, then showed off in the driver's seat, mugging for a cell phone video.

  10. Forecast: Heat, humidity start to spike across Tampa Bay with little chance of much-needed rain


    The heat really begins to return across the Tampa Bay area on Thursday as moisture, streaming in from the south, takes temperatures into the upper 80s and low 90s for the next few days.

  11. Police investigating after man found dead in East Tampa


    Tampa police are conducting a homicide investigation after a man was found dead early Thursday morning.

  12. As Spring Hill turns 50, longtime residents contemplate its future



    Greg Kirkland looked down his street near Kass Circle — the original commercial core of Spring Hill — and considered the future of his now 50-year-old community.

  13. Review: Elizabeth Strout's 'Anything Is Possible' an insightful return to Lucy Barton's hometown


    If you've ever driven breezily through a small town, thinking that not much could happen there, Elizabeth Strout has news for you.

  14. 2017 NFL draft: Bucs can't bet on Brent Grimes and Robert Ayers repeating 2016 success


    Good morning, and happy NFL draft day!

    No more mock draft critiquing and big board tweaking. At last, we're about to learn what the Buccaneers will do with their No. 19 overall pick. In today's Tampa Bay Times,

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