One of the more astute Tuesday morning reflections on the presidential debate comes from Joe Concha, media reporter for The Hill.
Six additional places in Florida have been added to the National Park Service’s National Register of Historic Places, Secretary of State Ken Detzner announced Tuesday.
It isn't just the pneumonia diagnosis or the 9/11 fainting spell or the subdued, eyes-half-closed response to Saturday's bombing in New York that set off sirens on the Hillary Clinton health-o-meter.
Two new academic polls show Hillary Clinton losing ground in Florida as Donald Trump draws closer in the largest electoral swing state.
The battle for an open Florida House seat is gaining national attention from the Republican Party.
With state Rep. Erik Fresen, R-Miami, leaving the House due to term limits, the Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC), which defines itself as the “largest caucus of Republican state leaders in the country and the only national organization whose mission is to elect Republicans to multiple down-ballot, state-level offices,” is going to bat for Republican candidate John Couriel.
The Florida Bar announced Tuesday the results of a poll of Florida Bar members on the merit retention of three state Supreme Court justices and 28 appellate court judges.
Last Friday night Hillary Clinton wrote off half of Trump’s backers as a “basket of deplorables.”
The Democratic presidential nominee made the comments at an LGBT fundraising event in New York City, and by the next morning the Trump campaign was demanding an apology.
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With Pinellas County state Sen. Jeff Brandes becoming the first Republican in the Florida Senate to back Amendment 2, supporters of medical marijuana are trumpeting the endorsement.
Florida politicians remembered the victims lost in the Sept. 11 attacks on Sunday, sharing their thoughts on the terrorist attacks which took thousands of lives 15 years ago. Memorials were also being held throughout the state, from South Florida to Orlando and beyond.
On Wednesday, the two South Florida congressmen in charge of the Climate Solutions--Republican Carlos Curbelo and Democrat Ted Deutch--hosted an event focused on how climate change can pose a global security threat.