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  • Crist, Puerto Rican governor appeal to Hispanic voters

    Crist, Puerto Rican governor appeal to Hispanic voters
    Angling to paint Gov. Rick Scott's agenda as anti-Hispanic, Charlie Crist on Friday brought together a roomful of supporters — including Puerto Rico Gov. Alejandro Garcia Padilla— to urge Central Florida's Latino voters to get out and vote...
  • Lame-duck Congress faces a full agenda, and many obstacles

    Lame-duck Congress faces a full agenda, and many obstacles
    Congress returns this week to a changed atmosphere after the Republican midterm election sweep — but before any new agenda is launched, old business must be finished. Lawmakers have just four weeks to approve must-pass bills to fund the...
  • Bipartisanship is one thing the 2014 election won't produce

    Bipartisanship is one thing the 2014 election won't produce
    Before the votes were cast, Tuesday's midterm elections were looking like a "Seinfeld" election. Like the quirky TV comedy show, the midterms didn't seem to be about anything in particular. Then the votes were counted and the "Seinfeld" midterms...
  • Obama strongly endorses tough net neutrality rules

    Obama strongly endorses tough net neutrality rules
    WASHINGTON — The first battle line drawn between President Obama and a resurgent Republican party is not, it turns out, over immigration. Instead, the two sides started out fighting over the future of the Internet. Obama called on the Federal...
  • Republicans shouldn't play games with Loretta Lynch nomination

    There’s an easy way for Republicans to prove that they can behave responsibly now that they have captured control of the U.S. Senate: They can expeditiously confirm President Obama’s nominee for U.S. attorney general, Loretta Lynch, and not...
  • Obama urges net neutrality; Cruz calls it 'Obamacare for the Internet'

    Obama urges net neutrality; Cruz calls it 'Obamacare for the Internet'
    President Obama has called on federal regulators to toughen proposed net-neutrality rules for Internet traffic, including taking the controversial step of changing the way the law treats broadband providers so they are subject to stricter utility-like...
  • Nov. 11 Letters: Restored balance, GOP governance

    Balance of power During his first six years in the White House, President Obama continuously reminded us of his warped sense of the constitutional balance of power in Washington. When the legislature did not see things his way, he governed by self-...
  • Attorney general nominee Lynch is about substance, not splash, Obama says

    Attorney general nominee Lynch is about substance, not splash, Obama says
    As President Obama announced Saturday that he would nominate U.S. Atty. Loretta Lynch to be the nation’s next attorney general, obstacles had already begun to appear on the path toward her confirmation. The administration’s rocky...
  • Factbox: Reactions to Obama's push for strong net neutrality rules

    The following are written statements issued in response to President Obama's comments on Monday pressuring the federal communications regulator to adopt Internet traffic rules that would treat Internet providers more like public utilities. Statement from...
  • To win in 2016, here's what GOP should do now

    To win in 2016, here's what GOP  should do now
    As Americans watch to see how Republicans in Congress use their new power, Floridians will watch to see how Republicans in Tallahassee prepare the party for the 2016 election in the nation's largest swing state. Republicans nationally and statewide...
  • Obama unlikely to alter Supreme Court ideology with Republican Senate

    Obama unlikely to alter Supreme Court ideology with Republican Senate
    The window for President Obama to add another liberal justice to the Supreme Court probably closed last week when Republicans took control of the Senate. Over the last 10 years, the Senate's vote on high court nominees has increasingly followed party...