Investigators Finally Get Look At Materials From Cohen RaidThings continue to go from bad to worse for attorney Michael Cohen.
Facebook Ads Apologize For Cambridge Analytica ScandalTech giant Facebook has been in the headlines lately, but not for anything good.
Vladimir Putin Retains Grip On Russia, Exit Poll ShowsThe President of Russia isn’t going anywhere.
Trump Opponents Try To Beat Him At The Electoral CollegeGrassroots campaigns are springing up around the country trying to persuade members of the Electoral College to do something that has never been done in American history — deny the presidency to the clear Election Day winner.
Q&A: Electoral College Has Followed State Vote 99% Of TimeFollowing Donald Trump's historic victory for the nation's highest honor, opponents are trying to persuade Republican electors to vote against him next month.
Hillary Clinton Coming Back To South FloridaHillary Clinton got a star powered boost in the final phase of her Presidential Election campaign as Bernie Sanders and Pharrell Williams joined her at a rally in North Carolina but now her eyes are set back on South Florida.
Presidential Campaign Can Cause Election Stress DisorderThe drama of the 2016 presidential election has not only caused a great deal of stress for voters, but has also caused mental health issues for some.
NSU To Predict Winner Of Presidential Race Via Shark RaceForget the latest polls, NSU is using sharks to predict the outcome of the Presidential Election.
Your Ballot Is In The MailA record number of mail-in ballots are going into the mail Tuesday in Broward County.
Trump, Clinton Head Back To Florida After DebateGet ready, Florida voters. You're about to see even more of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Broward Judge Throws Out "Natural-Born Citizen" Case Against Marco Rubio and Ted CruzA Broward judge has tossed out a case claiming that presidential candidates Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz were not natural-born U.S. citizens and therefore, not eligible to run.
Rick Scott Won't Endorse Presidential Candidate Before Florida PrimaryFlorida Gov. Rick Scott will not endorse a presidential candidate ahead of Florida’s March 15th primary.