As Republicans in Congress prepare for a major fight with Senate Democrats and President Barack Obama over the economic future of the country; the eurozone is painting a very dark picture of what could lie ahead if America takes the wrong path.
It’s impossible to turn on the local stations in Florida and not see a political ad on the air. If it seems like this year is worse than most, it’s because it is with the election just five days away.
President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney clashed one final time on the national stage Monday night at Lynn University in a debate that was supposed to focus on foreign policy but went off the rails at several points throughout the night.
South Florida filmmaker Billy Corben’s latest ESPN film, “Broke,” dealt with a topic that is tough for most athletes to talk about, having it all and losing it all. Corben also took time while talking to CBS4 to weigh in on the UM-Notre Dame game on Saturday.
Strong economies, especially in Latin America, led overseas tourists to flock to Florida in recent months.
Have you gone shopping yet. Father’s Day is Sunday, June 17th and Americans will spend more on dear old dad than ever before.
The Miami Dade Inspector General issued a scathing report Thursday afternoon, rebuking county officials for failing to show even the slightest interest in how the AmericanAirlines Arena has been operated by the Miami Heat.
Shop till you drop no longer applies at least to people who you own iPads. CBS4’s Lisa Petrillo reports on how shopping sprees are going high tech from the comfort of your living room.
Florida lawmakers signed off late Friday on a $70 billion budget that doesn’t raise taxes, but eliminates thousands of jobs, slashes money going to hospitals and universities, and raises college tuition rates. The budget was the last significant action they took before adjourning the 2012 Legislative session at Midnight, the last possible moment.
The budget passed out of the Florida Senate last week slashes state funding to the eleven public universities by $400 million.