Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s chief of staff has finally come clean about his college degree. Adam Hollingsworth issued a statement to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald in which he acknowledged that he did not receive a degree from the University of Alabama until 2009.
Controversy may be brewing at the Florida Capitol thanks to a new holiday display set to go up this week.
National unemployment numbers continued to trend lower in November showing solid job creation heading into the final month of 2013.
Representative Joe Garcia (D-Miami) will join a 24-hour congressional fast relay to express solidarity with a group of immigration on the National Mall.
A political committee raising money for Charlie Crist’s gubernatorial campaign has also shown support for the former governor’s party.
More than a million people may lose their unemployment insurance in just a few weeks if Congress fails to extend a Great Recession program that increased the number of weeks for which unemployed workers qualify.
The race for the District 100 seat just got a little more crowded. Rep. Joe Gibbons, D-Hallandale Beach, currently holds the seat but he’ll be out next year due to term limits.
Fleeing their homeland’s economic crisis, a record number of Puerto Ricans are coming to Florida. Their presence on the mainland is drawing newfound attention to the age-old question of whether Puerto Rico should become the 51st state.
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush has not typically been one to repeat wild conspiracy theories in the past. But that’s exactly what he did this week when he repeated a wild story making the rounds on the fringes of the right wing.
Charlie Crist made it into the millionaire’s club three weeks after jumping into the race for governor as a Democrat.