Miami Mayor Francis Suarez Named To First Ever ‘TIME 100 Next’ ListMiami Mayor Francis Suarez is about to get some national exposure.
CBS News Liveblog: House Holds First Public Hearings In Impeachment ProbePresident Donald Trump is calling the public impeachment hearings that kicked off Wednesday the "single greatest scam in the history of American politics."
Gen Z Voters And The 2020 ElectionIn less than three months Iowa will kick off the presidential primary season with the first in the nation caucuses giving the first indicator of who voters support. So—will Gen Z turn out in 2020?
Nearly $1.1 Million Flows In For Florida Marijuana EffortA political committee trying to put a proposal on the 2020 ballot to legalize recreational marijuana received nearly $1.1 million in October.
Trump Supporters Hold ‘Stop The Madness’ Rally Outside Of Rep. Shalala’s Town HallAn anti-impeachment group of President Donald Trump supporters rallied outside of a town hall Thursday where Democratic Rep. Donna Shalala was fielding questions.
Signatures Stacking Up For Legal Pot InitiativeRacing to try to get on the November 2020 ballot, a political committee backing a proposed constitutional amendment to legalize recreational marijuana had submitted more than 57,000 petition signatures to the state Division of Elections.
Florida Fireworks Proposal For Holidays Nearly FizzlesAn effort to allow people to legally set off fireworks four days a year, without a pretense of the purpose, nearly failed to ignite this week in the state House.
Pharmacy Kiosks Could Be Coming To FloridaThe convenience of getting prescriptions filled at a kiosk could soon be a reality, under a bill moving through the state House.
Cuba Presents UN With Resolution To Remove US SanctionsFor the 28th year in a row, Cuba’s United Nations delegation presented that body's General Assembly with a resolution to remove US government economic, financial and commercial embargo against them.
Prosecutors: Roger Stone Lied To InvestigatorsIn the criminal trial of longtime Donald Trump confidant Roger Stone, prosecutors told jurors Wednesday they will prove he lied multiple times before congressional committees.
Sunscreen Proposal Gains Traction In Florida HouseA House panel has approved a proposal that would prevent local governments from banning certain types of sunscreens and cosmetics.
Florida Supreme Court Justices Weigh In On Felon Voting Rights AmendmentFlorida Supreme Court justices appeared convinced Wednesday that a constitutional amendment requires payment of restitution, fees and other legal costs for felons to have their voting rights restored.
Election Night: Results From Races Across Miami-Dade CountyIt's election night in Miami-Dade County and some results are in.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Unveils Water Quality Monitoring WebsiteDuring a stop in Stuart on Tuesday, Governor Ron DeSantis unveiled a new website that tracks water quality in the state's major waterways and lakes.
Roger Stone's Trial Will Bring Out Memorable Cast Of CharactersInvestigators trying to determine whether Roger Stone obtained information from WikiLeaks first had to interview -- and in some cases legally battle with -- a conspiracy theorist, a stand-up comedian, a house painter fighting his subpoena, a White House adviser whose electronic history was apparently deleted and the so-called Manhattan Madam.