This week, former Vice President Joe Biden started getting politically active again but, if history is any guide, he might have a hard time in 2020 if he wants to make a third bid for the presidency.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R-Fla., are teaming up again on foreign policy, this time to weigh in on the Organization of American States (OAS) planning to hold an observation of upcoming elections in Nicaragua.
Gov. Rick Scott says slow cleanup of debris left over from Hurricane Irma is causing big problems around the Sunshine State.
More than 10 days after Hurricane Irma crashed through the state, thousands of Floridians were still in the dark as estimates of damage in nearly all parts of the peninsula continued to escalate.
Former St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Baker, moving toward a November runoff with incumbent Mayor Rick Kriseman to get the mayoral job back, is in Washington, D.C. Friday "listening and learning" at the thousands-strong Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's Annual Legislative Conference.
Some of the state's top legislators and local law enforcement officers say James Buchanan has the secret sauce to become one of Florida's key lawmakers in Tallahassee.
By the end of September federal prosecutors expect to have in their custody Hina Alvi, the wife of a controversial aide to Democratic Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Alvi has agreed to a plea deal in connection to an investigation growing since the start of the year.
Much as I hate deputizing the hypocrisy posse to chase down a Republican, hypocrites in positions of influence deserve a good public "outing" no matter which way they lean.