Illegal immigration has been a hot button issue and Marco Rubio hasn’t shied away from it. In his new book, the Republican senator said he is sympathetic to Americans who “feel as if we are being taken advantage of” by illegal immigrants.
It was hot and dark and mosquitoes bit at his skin as 23-year-old Jose Fuente Lastre boarded a raft with eight other men, intent on fleeing Cuba.
In Cuba, the moments after the news broke of the Cuban spies release, those living in the island took to social media to express their excitement.
Customers of Georgia’s Peach Pass system traveling Florida’s Turnpike during the Thanksgiving holiday were advised, via electronic message boards, to take the “SunPass-only” lane.
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush reaffirmed his support for the U.S. trade embargo against Cuba. All this while there is still no word on whether he’ll run for president in 2016.
On the eve of President Barack’s prime time announcement concerning immigration, South Florida advocates have asked that his decision affect the largest number of people possible.
An Islamic State group video released Sunday purports to show extremists beheading a dozen Syrian soldiers and ends with a militant claiming to have killed U.S. aid worker Peter Kassig. The latest slaughter was proudly broadcast by the group on the Internet.
In Richard Blanco’s Miami, memories linger outside coffee windows and in Cuban grocery store aisles.
Gov. Rick Scott and former Gov. Charlie Crist spent Friday scrambling to persuade voters besieged by negative ads to head to the polls as the final full week of campaigning came to a close.
A trip to the county that gave Mitt Romney a 7-point edge over President Barack Obama two years ago might seem a strange stop for Democratic gubernatorial wannabe Charlie Crist less than a week before Election Day.