U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz isn’t going anywhere. The outspoken South Florida congresswoman has announced that she will not be running for a Senate seat in next year’s election.
By turning away appeals from a handful of states which wanted to prohibit same-sex unions, the U.S. Supreme Court has cleared the way for an immediate expansion of gay marriage.
Jim sits down for an extended one-on-one interview with Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Jim and the Florida congresswoman cover a variety of topics including the murder of Miami journalist Steven Sotloff and the intensifying ISIS threat, and the upcoming Florida governor’s race.
Local leaders are reacting to the newly released video which purports to show the beheading of U.S. Journalist Steven Sotloff.
Now that the dust from the August Primary has settled, key members of the state’s Democratic party are beginning to rally the proverbial troops in a run up to the November election.
Coming off a landslide win over former state Democratic leader Nan Rich in the August Primary, former Gov. Charlie Crist now turns his full attention to beating Republican Gov. Rick Scott.
Miami-Dade School Board member Carlos Curbelo was the winner of a five-way GOP primary that included former U.S. Rep. David Rivera.
Election Day rolls on as South Florida voters continue to file into their polls throughout the region.
Family and friends of an American journalist from South Florida who is being held hostage by Islamic State militants are hoping and praying for his safe return.
An announcement by the U.S. Secretary of State concerning new sanctions on two dozen high-ranking Venezuelan officials linked to human rights abuses was met with party line reaction by some of Florida’s top politicians.