Perhaps he didn't mean to, perhaps it came out wrong, but in the court of public opinion, Donald Trump has picked a fight with the grieving family of Capt. Humayun Khan, an American soldier slain while serving his country.
After ending his bid for the U.S. Senate at the end of June, Congressman Ron DeSantis is in strong shape in the Republican primary later this month.
At the end of last week, President Barack Obama signed into law a proposal reforming public housing which contained an amendment from a Florida congressman to ensure more screening is done for public housing applicants.
Gov. Rick Scott announced today that the Florida Department of Health (DOH) has identified 10 additional people in Florida with the Zika virus who likely contracted it through a mosquito bite.
This brings the total number of people with locally transmitted Zika to 14. DOH believes that active transmissions of the Zika virus are still only occurring in the one small area in Miami-Dade County, just north of downtown, that was announced on Friday (see map below).
Trying to catch Congressman David Jolly in the Republican primary at the end of this month, retired Marines General Mark Bircher has a simple plan: bash Jolly for not backing Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
With the Florida Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announcing there are four confirmed cases of mosquitos infecting people with the virus in Florida, Zika is becoming something of an issue in the U.S. Senate race.
A month until the Republican primary, Sen. Marco Rubio called for more federal action to combat Zika.
If you watched both conventions, you may be suffering from ideological and tonal whiplash.
As the Washington Post describes it, one common feature of both conventions: organizational missteps and unscheduled dissent.
A month until the primary, Marco Rubio released a new TV ad on Thursday, ignoring his Republican challenger to take aim at the Democrats.
Congressman Ted Deutch is starting to become more of a player on the national stage.
Donald Trump on Wednesday called on Russia to hack Hillary Clinton's email.
"Russia, if you're listening I hope you're able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing. I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press," Trump said during a news conference in Florida.
Shortly after his press conference event ended, Trump repeated his call on Twitter.