Debate Takeaways: Trump Absence Boosts GOP RivalsIt was clear, even before it started, that Thursday night's Republican presidential debate would be dramatically different.
Health Czar To Visit Florida As Insurance Deadline NearsObama's chief health official is heading to South Florida as the deadline to sign up for health insurance nears.
The Latest: Trump Campaign Defends Choice To Boycott DebateHere are the latest developments from the 2016 race for president, one week out from the Iowa caucuses.
Florida Legislators Have Less Money To Spend This YearAmid an ongoing tug-of-war over tax cuts and spending, Florida legislators learned Tuesday that they are going to have less money to spend in the coming year than they were planning on.
Viewer's Guide: Cruz, Trump, May Clash On Debate StageLooks like Ted Cruz may get that cage match with Donald Trump that the Texas senator had vowed to avoid — and it's crowded in there.
Rubio In Home State Vowing To Solve National Debt CrisisRepublican presidential candidate Marco Rubio said Monday he will solve the nation's debt crisis by reforming Medicare and Social Security, forcing Congress to balance the federal budget and promoting economic growth.
5 Things To Watch For In First GOP Presidential DebateTen Republican presidential hopefuls face off in the first prime-time debate of the 2016 campaign Thursday night in a clash that marks a big step forward in their quest for the nomination.
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Opinion: Bob Costas, Nobody Cares What You Think AnywayThanks to Bob Costas following the Jovan Belcher tragedy, it's apparent that there is no occasion in which a liberal-minded high-profile personality in society thinks that their opinion is unwelcome.
Opinion: Obama's #My2K Twitter Conversation Was A #FailLiberals are apparently not nearly as interested in the "fiscal cliff" as the conservatives are because they really believe that Barack Obama will take care of things for them again.
What's With Obama's Fiscal Cliff Road Trip?The president would do much better by staying in Washington, D.C. where the action is rather than taking a road tour-styled trip to talk to the American people. In D.C., he actually would be talking to the people who are going to make the decision with him.