Democrats Not Willing to Spend on Florida Race, Aiding RubioRepublican Sen. Marco Rubio is getting help from an unlikely quarter as he campaigns for re-election: the Democratic Party. The party's Senate committee this week abandoned...
After Easy Win, Rubio Has Bigger Challenge to Keep SeatRepublican Sen. Marco Rubio's presidential aspirations and insistence that he was done with the Senate didn't hurt him with GOP...
Florida Votes in Primary Featuring Rubio, Wasserman-SchultzFlorida voters cast ballots in a primary Tuesday featuring two politicians hoping to hold onto their seats after this year's bruising presidential contest, Sen. Marco Rubio and Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
Senate Campaign Ad Attacks Rubio for Not Supporting TrumpRepublican Carlos Beruff is releasing his first attack ad against U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio and criticizing him for not supporting presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Gun Control Advocates Arrested 1 Month After Mass ShootingA month after the Orlando nightclub shooting, dozens of gun control advocates started a 49-hour sit-in near Sen. Marco Rubio's office to remember the 49 victims.
Sen. Rubio Faces Pressure to Run for Re-election to SenateSen. Marco Rubio is facing intense pressure from Republicans to run for re-election to his Florida Senate seat.
Rubio Relying on Super PAC to Attack Trump in Do-or-Die FLMarco Rubio is taking a page out of Jeb Bush's playbook— letting his allied super PAC fight the advertising battle ahead of a must-win primary in his home state. After disappointing primary losses Tuesday, Rubio's campaign hasn't spent a single dollar on radio or television advertising in Florida, according to data from Kantar Media's Campaign Media Analysis Group.
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 main stream are having second thoughts about his future in the 2016 race.
Viewer's Guide: GOP Debate About Trump vs. Everyone ElseLove him or loathe him, Trump has taught the poohbahs of the Republican Party what a power grab really is — and he's done it by winning over large swaths of the GOP's own core supporters far from Washington.
The Best the 2016 Candidates Can Hope for on Super TuesdayVoters in the four states to hold 2016 presidential primaries and caucuses thus far have handed out just a fraction of the delegates it takes to win the Democratic and Republican nominations. But when a dozen states vote on March 1, nearly half the delegates needed to win the GOP nod and more than one-third required to take the mantle of the Democratic Party are at stake.
In Florida, Trump Looms as Cloud in Rubio's Sunshine StateRubio is counting on Florida to reshape the Republican contest that Trump has dominated by winning three of the first four states to vote. A loss in Florida on March 15 could doom Rubio's chances, his campaign acknowledges.
The Latest: Rubio Renews Trump Attacks After Wild DebateThe Florida senator repeatedly called the billionaire business "a con artist" during a round of Friday morning television interviews. Rubio also questioned Trump's business background, attacked his preparedness to lead the nation, and charged that Trump has been "sticking it to the little guy" for decades.