Facing South Florida: Marco Rubio On School Shooting, Gun ControlWe have seen students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School turn grief into anger as they demand changes from Tallahassee to Washington.
'He Saved All Of Our Lives': Hero Teacher Died Saving StudentsA student, stuck in a classroom as the suspected shooter fired into the halls, credits teacher Scott Biegel with saving his life.
Sen. Marco Rubio Fires Chief Of Staff For "Improper Conduct"A sudden shakeup in the office of a prominent politician from South Florida.
Sen. Rubio Moving Past His Gang DaysSen. Marco Rubio said he has no plans of joining a bi-partisan group of senators trying to work out a deal on how to save Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
'Many Suffered Serious Injury': Senate Holds Hearing On Cuba 'Sonic' AttacksA Senate committee is trying to get down to the bottom of what happened to U.S. diplomats targeted in alleged 'sonic attacks.'
Rubio To Hold Hearing On 'Sonic Attacks' On U.S. Diplomats In CubaSen. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) will hold the first open public hearing Tuesday on the mysterious sonic attacks on U.S. diplomats and other personnel in Cuba.
Exclusive: Rubio Votes Yes On Tax Plan But Says "We Have A Long Way To Go" On Economic PolicyRepublican Sen. Marco Rubio will vote for his party's $1.5 trillion tax bill.
Top White House Economist Predicts Rubio Will Come Around On Tax BillPresident Donald Trump's top economic adviser said Thursday night he's confident Republican Sen. Marco Rubio will ultimately be a "yes" on the GOP tax bill. Here's why.
Sen. Rubio A 'No' In Republican Tax Plan, Unless Some Things ChangeFlorida Senator Marco Rubio is a 'no' on the GOP's tax plan, at least for now.
Facing South Florida: One-On-One With Marco RubioFacing South Florida host Jim DeFede sits down with Florida Sen. Marco Rubio.
Cuba Denies Sonic Attacks, Says U.S. Lacks EvidenceThe Cuban government is defending itself against allegations of sonic attacks on American diplomats.
After Irma, Rubio Vows To Rebuild Everglades National Park 'Stronger Than Ever'More work is still needed to repair damage done by Hurricane Irma to the Florida Everglades and on Saturday, Senator Marco Rubio and U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke got a first-hand look.