House GOP Attacks Gov. Scott Pet Project Funding In New VideoThe Republican-controlled Florida House has released a scathing video concerning programs championed by Gov. Rick Scott that failed to deliver or worse.
Trump To GOP Lawmakers: 'Our Chance To Achieve Great Change'President Donald Trump rallied Republicans, who now control the White House and Congress, telling them they will be busier than ever in helping him implement his administration's agenda.
Tale Of 2 Parties: Florida GOP High, Dems Low Ahead Of 2018Republican and Democratic parties in Florida met two miles from each other Saturday, their first meetings since Donald Trump carried the state in November's election, but the atmosphere and enthusiasm were worlds apart.
GOP Governors Hope Trump, Congress Move Fast On Promised ChangesAt the annual Republican Governors Association conference this week in Orlando, the focus has been on sweeping changes on everything from health care to education now that Donald Trump will be president and the GOP has the majority in Congress.
GOP Governors Gather In OrlandoRepublican governors from across the country have gathered in Orlando for their annual conference.
Clinton Pitches Her Foreign Policy To Republican VotersHillary Clinton pitched her foreign policy to Republican voters during a speech at the American Legion on Wednesday - saying she would be the best candidate to uphold American values and protect national security.
Six Republicans Vie In Swing Congressional DistrictSix Republicans are running to the right as they seek to recapture a nationally watched congressional seat that covers a large part of Florida's Treasure Coast.
GOP Frustrations With Trump Mount As Allies Weigh OptionsWith their party in crisis, Republicans' frustration with their presidential nominee reached new heights Wednesday.
Update: Republican Curbelo Open To Voting For ClintonRepublican Congressman Carlos Curbelo has clarified a statement he made Thursday to CBS4's Jim DeFede as to whether he would open to voting for Hillary Clinton should Donald Trump become the Republican nominee.
Campaign Donors Having Second Thoughts About Marco RubioJust when Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio needs them the most, big-dollar contributors from the party's wealthy mainstream are having second thoughts about his future in the 2016 race.
Marco Rubio Struggles To Find Viable BaseDespite a landslide win in Puerto Rico, GOP presidential candidate Marco Rubio is struggling to reconnect with the kind of voters who sent him to Capitol Hill six years ago as a tea party favorite.
Florida Primary Registration Deadline LoomingIf you’re hoping to cast a ballot in the 2016 Florida primary, you have just slightly over two weeks to get registered.
Facing South Florida: One-On-One With Marco RubioThis week on Facing South Florida Jim DeFede interviews presidential candidate Marco Rubio from New Hampshire, where most of presidential candidates hosted campaign events for voters.
Most Americans Oppose Ban On Muslims Entering U.S.Nearly six in 10 Americans say the U.S. should not temporarily ban Muslims from other countries from entering the U.S.
Presidential Race Takes Backseat As Contenders Pray For Paris Attack VictimsDemocrat or Republican, there was no difference Friday. All the presidential contenders understood the most important issue was standing in solidarity for the people of France following the Paris terror attacks.