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  • Ted Cruz's Latino heritage not seen as part of his 'political persona'

    WASHINGTON Ted Cruz has a Latino name. He has a Latino background. And he's one of the few Latinos to have ever run for the presidential nomination of a major party. But is he Latino enough? The Hispanic community in his home state of Texas gave him...
  • End terrible service at the IRS

    End terrible service at the IRS
    Let's face it. Most Americans aren't thrilled with the idea of paying taxes and don't embrace the federal agency responsible for collecting their dough — the Internal Revenue Service. So when Congress cuts or freezes the IRS' budget, many...
  • Will Marco Rubio's appeal among Florida Hispanic voters translate nationwide?

    MIAMI Sipping cafe con leche outside Miami's Versailles restaurant, Nery Alfonso smiles wide at the thought of Marco Rubio's Republican presidential campaign. Brought to the U.S. as a young girl from Cuba, Alfonso sees a reflection of her own story as...
  • After soaring rhetoric, Rubio begins to outline policy positions

    After soaring rhetoric, Rubio begins to outline policy positions
    After launching his 2016 presidential campaign by declaring "yesterday is over,” Sen. Marco Rubio began filling in some of the policy details behind his lofty rhetoric in a round of media interviews. The 43-year-old brushed off comparisons to...
  • White House Brief: Things to know about Sen. Marco Rubio

    Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida is expected to enter the 2016 presidential campaign on Monday. A look at key things to know about Rubio. ___ THE BRIEF Rubio won election during the tea party wave of 2010, but he has worked to broaden his appeal beyond...
  • Long lines, daunting waits frustrate taxpayers needing help

    Long lines, daunting waits frustrate taxpayers needing help
    With Wednesday's filing deadline bearing down, some frustrated taxpayers are driving 48 miles from one overwhelmed IRS office in Plantation to another in West Palm Beach hoping to find someone who can help them complete their income-tax forms. Most...
  • 'Our country has always been about the future,' Rubio says as he launches presidential campaign

    'Our country has always been about the future,' Rubio says as he launches presidential campaign
    MIAMI — Marco Rubio confirmed Monday that he's running for president, formally setting out on a course he's been navigating for months as he assembled a campaign infrastructure. Now he begins a new, much more public endeavor: introducing, and...
  • Rubio bid sets off scrutiny and attacks

    Rubio bid sets off scrutiny and attacks
    WASHINGTON — Sen. Marco Rubio's plunge into presidential politics is a high-stakes political gamble. He gives up a hard-won Senate seat in two years while setting off fierce attacks from Democrats and a host of critics. If Rubio falls short of...
  • Divided Florida guarantees hot U.S. Senate race in 2016

    Divided Florida guarantees hot U.S. Senate race in 2016
    Florida voters are in line for an expensive, bruising contest for U.S. Senate in 2016 — with the outcome impossible to predict. Poll results released Wednesday found that any of the most likely matchups between potential Democratic and Republican...
  • What are Ted Cruz's chances against other Republicans in 2016?

    What are Ted Cruz's chances against other Republicans in 2016?
    Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas kicked off the 2016 presidential race Monday by becoming the first major candidate to officially announce a run — no "seriously considering," no "weighing options," none of the typical gobbledygook meant to put an asterisk...
  • After five years, is Obamacare a success?

    After five years, is Obamacare a success?
      Millions more Americans are insured than they were five years ago.   Folks with pre-existing medical conditions aren’t turned down for coverage. Young people under 26 can be insured on their parents plan until they are 26. By all accounts,...