Trump: 'I Automatically Win' If Kasich Would Just QuitRepublican presidential front-runner Donald Trump is pushing rival John Kasich to get out of the White House race, arguing that the Ohio governor shouldn't be allowed to collect future delegates because the nomination is already beyond his grasp.
April Fools! Tallahassee Democrat is Republican for a DayTallahassee Democrat readers are seeing a dramatic change on the newspaper's front page: After 111 years it's now the Tallahassee Republican.
Resolution In FBI-Apple Case Prolongs Larger Legal BattleThe FBI's victory in breaking into a San Bernardino killer's iPhone without Apple's help merely prolongs a battle over how far the government can go to examine private messages, photos and other files.
US Indicts 7 Hackers in Effort to Send a Message to IranThe seven Iranian hackers charged with attacking dozens of banks and a small dam near New York City may never see the inside of a courtroom, but U.S. officials hope their "name and shame" tactic sends a message to foreign governments that support such attacks.
Gov. Scott Signs Rape Kit Testing and Needle Exchange BillsGov. Rick Scott signed bills into law Wednesday to require law enforcement agencies to turn over rape kits for testing within 30 days and to create a needle exchange pilot program for drug users.
Caitlyn Jenner's Politics Spark Debate in Transgender RanksSince coming out a year ago, Caitlyn Jenner has not always been a unifying force in the transgender community. Her latest political remarks — underscoring her conservative outlook and praising Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz — ignited a storm of criticism from supporters of transgender rights, who view most conservative Republicans as adversaries.
Trump Not Yet On Track To Win NominationDespite Donald Trump's string of victories on Tuesday, he has to do better in upcoming contests to claim the Republican nomination for president before the party's national convention this summer, an AP delegate count shows.
Florida Kicks Off Early Voting in Presidential PrimarySeveral counties are scheduled to open early voting sites on Monday. The mandatory early voting period runs starts Saturday through March 12, but the law now allows election supervisors to open polling places a few days earlier.
House Ethics Investigating Florida Democratic Rep. GraysonThe House Ethics Committee said Monday it is investigating Rep. Alan Grayson, the Florida Democrat who is running for Senate and whose business activities have come under scrutiny for the past several months.
Campaigns Turn To New Hampshire With Cruz AscendantPresidential contenders on Tuesday turned their airplanes and their hopes to the next arena in the fight for the nomination, a state that will test Ted Cruz's broad appeal and give Hillary Clinton yet another chance to revive a battered campaign in the Granite State.
Scott Pushes Tax Cuts, Job Creation in State of State SpeechGov. Rick Scott gave a State of the State speech on Tuesday that was focused almost entirely on creating jobs and cutting taxes, boasting that Florida has added more than a million jobs since he took office.
Grayson Announces Run For Rubio's Senate SeatCongressman Alan Grayson will challenge Rep. Patrick Murphy for the Democratic nomination.