Yo ho, yo ho, it's a pirate's life for college football fans, who will head to Tampa Bay this weekend for the College Football Playoff National Championship.
Blaise Ingoglia says if he's made Republican Party of Florida chairman once more, he plans on ending any possibility of Democrats winning Florida ever again.
The U.S. Senate is scheduled to confirm President-elect Donald Trump’s pick for the country’s next Education Secretary, Betsy DeVos, in Washington next week amidst criticisms and a PR overhaul from firms representing America’s next head of national education.
Gov. Rick Scott says terrorism has no place in the Sunshine State and he’s prepared to dump $6 million of Florida’s own money into warding off terror attacks.
Congress lifted off to a dramatic start on Tuesday rejecting a proposed overhaul of the Office of Congressional Ethics. House Republicans, once confident in making the cuts, backed off of the measure after harsh criticism from President-elect Donald Trump.
Suffering Floridians can finally exhale. On Tuesday, medical marijuana, the relief they have waited years for, will finally be theirs for the taking.
The Senate Judiciary Committee will hear a bill next week which would expand gun owners' rights and legalize open carry in Florida.
Looking back at the last three years, David Jolly can’t help but feel grateful.
Come one, come all and bear witness to the suspense, intrigue and the bitter battle to become the Florida Democratic Party’s next chair. The party’s five candidates will descend upon Pompano Beach in for a forum discussing their qualifications before the party's election next month.
The jaw-dropping world of politics didn’t stop turning in Florida during 2016 -- in fact, its spin this year was slightly quicker (and a little bit crazier) than it had been in, well, pretty much any other year prior.