Facing South Florida With Jim DeFede

Miguel Diaz de la Portilla and Chris Smith. (Source: CBS4)

Facing South Florida: 2016 Florida Legislative Session

Jim and his guests take a look back at the 2016 Florida legislative session, what got accomplished and what didn’t.

CBS4–04/03/2016

Delrish Moss (Source: CBS4)

Facing South Florida: One-On-One With Delrish Moss

Miami Police Major Delrish Moss has been named the new police chief for Ferguson, Missouri.

CBS4–04/03/2016

Carlos Saladrigas (Source: CBS4)

Facing South Florida: President Obama Historic Trip to Cuba

The President met with a group of Cuban American Leaders in advance of his trip to Cuba last week.

CBS4–03/20/2016

Michael Grunwald (Source: CBS4)

Facing South Florida: Marco Rubio Drops Out of Presidential Race

Jim DeFede talks with Politico Magazine Senior Staff Writer Michael Grunwald.

CBS4–03/20/2016

Fernand Amandi and Marili Cancio (Source: CBS4)

Facing South Florida: Analyzing Campaign 2016 Primary Race

Eliott Rodriguez is joined by Pollster Fernand Amandi & Republican Analyst, Marili Cancio.

CBS4–03/13/2016

Dan Gelber. (Source: CBS4)

Facing South Florida: One-On-One With Dan Gelber

This week Gelber blogged about the republican ‘establishment’.

CBS4–03/06/2016

Reince Preibus. (Source: CBS4)

Facing South Florida: One-On-One With Reince Preibus

We discuss the state of the Republican Party and what he predicts for the next few weeks and the convention.

CBS4–03/06/2016

CBS4's Jim DeFede. (Source: CBS4)

Facing South Florida: Live At The South Carolina Capitol

Jim DeFede broadcasts live from outside the Capitol Building in Columbia, South Carolina.

CBS4–02/21/2016

Eli Stokols, Politico's National Politics Reporter. (Source: CBS4)

Facing South Florida: Campaign 2016 Live From South Carolina

CBS4’s Jim DeFede broadcasts live from Greenville, South Carolina where he attended the GOP Debate Saturday Night.

CBS4–02/14/2016

Howard Simon (Source: CBS4)

Facing South Florida: ACLU Seatbelt Study

We take a deeper dive into the study that shows black drivers are twice as likely as white drivers to be stopped and cited for failing to wear a seatbelt.

CBS4–01/31/2016

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