President Obama is scheduled to visit Miami next month.
Florida Republicans have raised a lot more money toward the next election than Democrats so far according to new numbers released Thursday.
If former Gov. Charlie Crist challenges Gov. Rick Scott in 2014, some Florida Republicans appear to be very wary about the election.
As day three of the GOP-forced government shutdown began Thursday, more numbers from a new CBS News poll shows Americans are not pleased with the government shutdown.
The Republican Party gambled quite a bit on a government shutdown Monday night and the early returns show the GOP may be holding a hand of Aces over Eights, also known as the dead man’s hand.
Christmas Eve 2009 was they day when the U.S. Senate passed the Affordable Care Act along party lines; Democrats for it and Republicans against it. Four years later—and a lot of political fighting—the same is still true.
Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez will cut the county’s HealthCare Planning department on October 1, which is the same day that U.S. citizens can sign up for health insurance in state exchanges under the Affordable Care Act.
U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is in the Sunshine State to continue trying to inform people about the Affordable Care Act, which launches October 1.
It looks like former Governor Charlie Crist will make a run to get his old job back and he hopes that a hug that hurt him becomes the hug that now heals him.
Florida could see a budget surplus for the fiscal year and Governor Rick Scott has a few ideas for how to use it.