On Friday the nation honors Veterans Day, originally known as Armistice Day, to mark the end of World War I on Nov. 11, 1918.
After going twice for Barack Obama, Florida returned to the Republican fold Tuesday night. Donald Trump carried the Sunshine State, part of his perfectly crafted electoral path to the White House.
As has so often been the case in recent presidential elections, all eyes are on Florida as the nation chooses the 45th president on Tuesday. But there’s more than the presidency on the line in the Sunshine State.
Trish Regan from Fox Business Network: 'North Carolina and...Florida are the Biggies' on Election Day
With the presidential election looming on Tuesday, Sunshine State News caught up with Trish Regan, an anchor and markets reporter with the Fox Business Network.
In the final days of the presidential election, Florida, once again, dominates the national spotlight. Donald Trump needs to carry the Sunshine State to beat Hillary Clinton which is why the campaigns are dispatching the candidates and their top surrogates to Florida as the clock ticks down to election day. Polls show a close contest with, as of Friday morning, Republicans clinging to an early lead in early voting.
Even though he is not backing Donald Trump’s presidential bid, U.S. Rep. Tom Rooney, R-Fla., is reeling in the support of some top Republicans while his Democratic opponent insists he’s not representing his district.
With the presidential election in its final days and Game Seven of the World Series looming that evening, it was easy to ignore Ken Babby announcing on Wednesday the Jacksonville Suns would change their name to the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp.
Even with the elections looming next week, two South Florida congresswomen spent the past weekend in Haiti as that island nation recovers from Hurricane Matthew.
During his sixteen years in Congress, U.S. Rep. Ander Crenshaw, R-Fla., focused much of his efforts in maintaining and expanding the roles of the various Navy stations on the First Coast. Opting against running for another term this year, Crenshaw, who sits on the U.S. House Defense Appropriations Subcommittee, announced one final success on that front this week.
Despite not making a third try for the White House this year, Joe Biden might not be done quite yet with holding office--which is often par for the course with vice presidents who don’t end up holding the top job.