In tonight's Super Bowl of American politics, the ratings will be huge and the contenders start dead even, says a Quinnipiac University Poll released Monday.
More than 100 million Americans -- and perhaps as many America-watchers around the world -- are expected to have their eyes glued to the first 2016 presidential debate tonight between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Presidential candidates will shift their focus to Florida following Monday’s presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, with both heading straight to the Sunshine State to campaign this week.
Even as he runs for another term in Congress, U.S. Rep. Gus Bilirakis, R-Fla., can be pardoned if he keeps an eye on Capitol Hill.
Bilirakis could be in line for a major promotion in Congress. Currently the vice chairman of the U.S. House Veterans Affairs Committee, Bilirakis is hoping to take a step up as U.S. Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., the current chairman, retires.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton leads her Republican opponent Donald Trump by six points, according to the latest poll from NBC News/Wall Street Journal.
Two new academic polls show Hillary Clinton losing ground in Florida as Donald Trump draws closer in the largest electoral swing state.
U.S. Rep. David Jolly and former governor Charlie Crist duked it out in a fierce debate Monday evening at the Palladium in St. Petersburg, setting the stage for what is destined to be the hottest congressional race in 2016.
Hold on President Obama! We love you and all, but you stepped a little out of turn this weekend while giving your speech at the Congressional Black Caucus Legislative Conference annual Phoenix Dinner.
Democrats may have declared victory in Florida during the last two presidential cycles, but they shouldn’t be so certain they’ll have the same results in 2016.
Social media lit up like a Christmas tree Saturday after Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's subdued, even sleepy response to a bomb that went off in midtown Manhattan, injuring more than two dozen New Yorkers.
Was she drugged? Is there something wrong with this picture? You be the judge. Watch the video here or at the end of this story, recorded aboard her plane Saturday night.