President Barack Obama
Weaponized vehicles and grenade launchers will no longer be on the supply list from the federal government to local police departments who’ve been getting them for years including those in South Florida.
A 2-day conference is shinning a light on national healthcare and the legacy of President Harry S. Truman.
The Obama administration is spending $5 million to fund 10 new community health centers in the Sunshine State.
It’s hard to imagine Gov. Rick Scott was ever a supporter of “Obamacare.” But following his mother’s death, Scott had dropped his objections to President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul.
Gov. Rick Scott, after his mother’s death in 2013, went on TV to explain his decision to drop his strongly-held opposition to President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul.
A new poll suggests Americans appear open to a softer immigration policy than Republican presidential candidates have preached in the past.
Vice President Joe Biden is set to meet with Florida officials Thursday to talk about efforts to protect the Everglades.
Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney told Jacksonville University graduates to get a life.
The Florida Senate wants new economic sanctions against Iran if the country doesn’t agree its nuclear program won’t be used for weapons. The Senate has sent that clear message to President Barack Obama and Congress.
Governor Rick Scott is criticizing President Barack Obama’s plans to lift part of a longstanding embargo against Cuba because he feels it will hurt the state’ farmers.