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Ileana Ros-Lehtinen

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  • Speech to Congress by Netanyahu draws calls for bipartianship

    Local reaction to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's address to a joint session of Congress last week fell mostly along partisan lines. Dr. Stephen Sussman, chairman of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Palm Beach County, said he...
  • Netanyahu warns deal is Iran's 'path to the bomb'

    Netanyahu warns deal is Iran's 'path to the bomb'
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stood before Congress on Tuesday and bluntly warned that an emerging nuclear agreement with Iran "paves Iran's path to the bomb." But President Barack Obama pushed back sternly, saying the U.S. would never sign...
  • Controversy encircles Netanyahu's Congressional speech

    Controversy encircles Netanyahu's Congressional speech
    Controversy continues to swirl around the upcoming Congressional address by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on March 3 in Washington, D.C. The trouble began when the Israeli prime minister accepted an invitation by House Speaker John Boehner...
  • Key South Florida Republicans supporting Jeb Bush over Marco Rubio

    Key South Florida Republicans supporting Jeb Bush over Marco Rubio
    Key Republican members of Congress from South Florida are lining up behind former Gov. Jeb Bush's presidential campaign over their colleague U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio's possible candidacy. The Hill, a Washington based newspaper and news website, surveyed the...
  • Ex-political prisoner warns Congress on U.S.-Cuba accord

    Ex-political prisoner warns Congress on U.S.-Cuba accord
    WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama's outreach to Cuba will only perpetuate the torture, beatings and harsh imprisonment faced by Cubans who dare speak out against the Castro regime, former political prisoner Jorge Garcia Perez Antunez told...
  • Charlie Hebdo editor, Marco Rubio: Sunday guests

    Charlie Hebdo editor, Marco Rubio: Sunday guests
    British Prime Minister David Cameron and Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., will be among the guests this weekend on CBS' "Face the Nation." The program starts at 10:30 a.m. Sunday on WKMG-Channel 6. Other guests are White House senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer and...
  • Mixed reaction in Miami as Florida's Cuban-American leaders blast policy shift

    Mixed reaction in Miami as Florida's Cuban-American leaders blast policy shift
    President Barack Obama on Wednesday abruptly ended more than 50 years of U.S. attempts to isolate Cuba, ushering in sweeping changes that will connect Floridians to the island through increased travel, business and communication links. The policy will...
  • Seal legal pipeline that lures Cuban criminals

    Seal legal pipeline that lures Cuban criminals
    We know the vast majority of Cubans who've immigrated here to escape a dictatorship are honest people who make enormous daily contributions to our community, economy and culture. But a sliver of new arrivals are not here to flee political persecution....
  • Many thousands affected by immigration showdown

    Many thousands affected by immigration showdown
    About 27,000 foreign residents of Broward County have a chance to live legal: find a job, obtain a driver's license and cast off fears of deportation under President Barack Obama's forthcoming immigration rules. They are among 253,000 Floridians and 5.2...
  • On immigration, Congress can declare victory

    On immigration, Congress can declare victory
    According to an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll before the State of the Union Address, Americans believe that "securing the border" should be a priority — after helping the economy, defeating the Islamic State and reducing the deficit. So...
  • Time is now to change law on Cuban immigration

    Time is now  to change law on Cuban immigration
    When it comes to this week's historic talks on normalizing relations with Cuba, many people in South Florida remain deeply divided. But when it comes to changing the immigration policy that gives preferential treatment to Cubans, an extraordinary...