After months of deliberation and prayer about the future of our country, I have come here tonight to make an announcement on how I believe I can best serve her. I chose to make this announcement at […]
A large crowd has gathered outside the Freedom Tower in Downtown Miami ahead of Sen. Marco Rubio’s big announcement—but not all are singing his praise.
One day after Hillary Rodham Clinton announced on social media that she is running for president in 2016, all eyes are on Senator Marco Rubio who is expected to do the same.
At the Freedom Tower, Florida Republican Marco Rubio addressed Miami-Dade college grads but he may have been talking about himself.
If you don’t have to travel to downtown Miami Monday night then try to avoid it. With two major events taking place, traffic is expected to be a nightmare.
Hours before he makes his presidential intentions official at a major rally in Downtown Miami, Marco Rubio is already a trending topic on twitter.
A local political expert says Hillary Clinton’s decision to announce her candidacy for president in a YouTube video allowed her to reach a lot of voters at once.
If Marco Rubio launches his presidential campaign as expected Monday, the first-term Republican senator from Florida may have to answer this simple question. Why now?
With speculation over whether Florida Republican Marco Rubio will announce he is running for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, there is also speculation on who would replace him.
Political pundits will be going into overdrive this weekend as two potential presidential candidates ready to announce their plans, one of which may cause a fall out between two friends.