New Ad Slams Wasserman Schultz Over Payday Lending BillA new ad slams Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz for not doing more to crack down on the predatory practices of the payday lending industry.
State Complaints On Card Games Spur Legal FightGambling regulators and a pari-mutuel operator at odds over the legality of popular card games pitched their cases to an administrative law judge on Tuesday.
Florida Recoups Some Money From Failed Video Effects StudioThis summer Florida should begin receiving payments from bankruptcy settlement it reached with failed digital effects company.
Trump Talks About Veteran Donations ControversyAfter months of lingering questions, Donald Trump addressed the controversy surrounding his donations to veterans groups on Tuesday.
Miami-Dade 'Focus Of The Political Universe' In Senate RacesPolitics in South Florida often fill not only the local headlines but across the entire state.
White House Operations Back To Normal After LockdownHazmat crews packed up their gear after investigating a suspicious container thrown over the White House fence Monday afternoon.
Poll: Dade Mayor Leads In Re-Election Bid But Needs To Boost SupportMiami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez holds an 18-percentage point lead in his re-election bid, a new poll shows.
Trump's Movement Campaign Needs Adjustments At Margins Donald Trump is calling his campaign a mass movement but now he need to be able to coax voters who twice delivered the White House to Barack Obama.
NORC Poll: High Interest, Low Excitement In White House RaceElection experts say the gap between Americans' high interest and low excitement makes the race to succeed President Barack Obama highly unpredictable.
State Department Email Report Complicates Clinton's MessageWhile Hillary Clinton tells voters not to trust Donald Trump, a new government report about her usage of a private email server as secretary of state is complicating that message.
Rubio Re-Election Talk Grows (And He Seems Okay With It) Marco Rubio professed he enjoys being in the Senate “very much” and opened the door to running for re-election if his “very close friend” Carlos Lopez-Cantera dropped out of the race.
Trump Encourages Rubio To Run Again For SenateDonald Trump adding to the growing pressure on Marco Rubio to run for re-election to the Senate.

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