Medical marijuana is not only doing well in public opinion surveys, but it could get an unexpected and unintended boost from its most high-profile opponent: Gov. Rick Scott.
So we know Gov. Rick Scott likes to portray himself as the jobs-promoter-in-chief but what about tree-hugger-in-chief?
We knew already that Charlie Crist could convincingly play a Republican or Democrat or independent, depending on the day.
As the special election in Pinellas' Congressional District 13 hurtles to a finish this week, the Buzz is handicapping the most vulnerable U.S. House seats in the Florida delegation.
A Democratic super PAC and the Alex Sink campaign face an FEC complaint alleging illegal coordination on an ad that attacked Republican David Jolly in Pinellas' special House election.
TALLAHASSEE — Sen. John Thrasher's name is on the tip of many tongues speculating about who will become the next Florida State University president.
Ana Alliegro, the gal pal of former U.S. Rep. David Rivera, was arrested in Nicaragua and is being deported to Miami where she's under investigation for her role in a campaign-finance scheme tied to the one-time congressman.
TALLAHASSEE — Florida's governor would have new powers to pack the state's Supreme Court under a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow him to make prospective appointments to the bench even if a vacancy occurs the day the governor is leaving office.
MIAMI — President Barack Obama campaigned for better access to higher education Friday during a visit to a Miami-Dade high school he says should be a model for the rest of the country.
WASHINGTON — In the 33 years before his death, U.S. Rep. C.W. Bill Young spent a total of $6.7 million on his campaigns. The race to succeed him has blown past $12 million. In three months.