Senator Marco Rubio
The president’s remarks will have make a profound difference in the lives of the up to five million illegal immigrants many of which live in South Florida.
For nearly a week in September, the disappearance of Tanya Gonzalez captivated South Florida as friends and family pleaded almost nightly for help locating the 28-year-old.
As Governor Rick Scott was joined by Senator Marco Rubio Saturday on the Get Out The Vote Early bus tour, candidate Charlie Crist prepared for a big name to provide support Sunday.
Health officials are in the process of tracking down dozens of passengers who flew to and from Fort Lauderdale this week on Frontier airlines. It’s the very same jetliner the nurse who is sick with Ebola took to Dallas a day earlier.
The father of a murdered South Florida woman is on a mission to change how police track down missing adults—even taking his concerns to Senator Marco Rubio.
The family of murder victim Tanya Gonzalez is asking for Senator Marco Rubio to review police procedures for finding missing adults.
Senator Marco Rubio heard a lot from hecklers demanding immigration reform at a South Carolina Republican fundraiser and he said he sympathizes with them.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio responded to the President’s plans for Iraq to CBS4 investigator Jim DeFede.
The embattled chief of staff for the Miami VA said he has no intention of resigning, despite calls for him to step down following revelations that in 2009 he agreed never to practice medicine again in the state of New York and was sanctioned by the state of Florida for allegedly failing to provide the proper care to one of his patients who died a painful and gruesome death.
Senator Marco Rubio commented on Iraq Friday saying air strikes and other intervention should be considered to combat a violent insurgency. Rubio made the comment while cautioning the country could become a safe haven for terrorists capable of another 9/11.