C.I.A.: Turkey Terror Attack Has Hallmarks Of ISISThe C.I.A says the triple suicide bomb attack at Istanbul's airport has the hallmarks of ISIS.
Cuban Dissident Visits Florida, Says Repression ContinuesA well-known Cuban dissident and U.S. Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient is in town.
Clinton Raised $7.3M In Massachusetts To Trump's $105,000Hillary Clinton has raised more than $7.3 million from supporters in Massachusetts while Donald Trump has raised just $105,000.
Biden-Hosted Conference Targets Cure For CancerScientists, oncologists, survivors and patients gathered in Sioux Falls to participate in a cancer research conference remotely hosted by Vice President Joe Biden.
Obama, Clinton To Campaign In North CarolinaPresident Barack Obama and the woman who wants to succeed him are making their first campaign appearance together next week.
Sanders Worries Trump Is Benefitting Politically From 'Brexit'Senator Bernie Sanders says he is worried presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump is benefiting politically from 'Brexit.'
Federal Judge To Decide Fate Of New Abortion LawAttorneys for Planned Parenthood will go before a federal judge Wednesday to ask that he stop a new law that places restrictions on abortion clinics which goes into effect July 1st.
Dems Force Legislative Poll On Post-Pulse Special SessionFlorida Democrats had little trouble rounding up enough members to call for a vote on whether to hold a special session dealing with gun control.
Final Benghazi Report Critical Of Obama Administration's ResponseHouse Republicans released a report on the U.S. consulate attack in Benghazi, Libya that killed four Americans including a U.S. ambassador.
One-Quarter Of Legislature Elected At End Of QualifyingFloridians won't get to cast a ballot for more than one-fourth of the people in charge of making laws over the next two years.
In His Words: Donald Trump's Evolving Muslim Ban Donald Trump appears to be reversing his stance on banning foreign Muslims from entering the country.
Cameron Insists Britain "Mustn't Turn Our Backs On Europe." British Prime Minister David Cameron said Tuesday he hopes talks on Britain leaving the European Union can be as constructive as possible and insists the British people "mustn't turn our backs on Europe."