Sen. Marco Rubio
Amid escalating tensions with Venezuela, the U.S. State Department on Wednesday announced a travel ban for officials of the socialist government it said committed human rights abuses during a crackdown on opposition protests.
47-year-old Kathryn Cohen Allen pleaded guilty to mailing letters filled with white powder to the offices of Senators Marco Rubio and Bill Nelson.
Fighting to revive his political prospects, Sen. Marco Rubio is returning to the presidential campaign circuit and beefing up a political organization that could lay the groundwork for a White House bid.
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., ridiculed Florida gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist’s switch to the Democratic Party, saying his accusations of GOP racism are “ridiculous and silly,” and that Democrats themselves will be “embarrassed” to associate with such a “phony.”
Sen. Marco Rubio says the government should give cellphone companies more airwaves and allow private companies to build a nationwide pipeline for oil and natural gas.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio says the United States is the one nation that can rally people around the globe against the rise of totalitarian governments.
Addressing what he calls a “growing opportunity gap” between people with and without advanced educations, Sen. Marco Rubio is calling for state-accredited alternatives to four-year colleges and income-based repayments for college loans.
President Barack Obama nominated a diverse group of candidates Wednesday to be federal judges as the White House tries to address concerns from black lawmakers about minority representation, one nomination, Darrin Gayles, would be the first openly gay, African-American man to serve on the federal bench.
Quinnipiac poll give Hillary Clinton the edge in a hypothetical 2016 race.
A Republican senator who’s a major player on immigration policy says there’s no chance now of passing a broad overhaul.