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  1. Jeb Bush says he's unlikely to run for office ever again

    State Roundup

    COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, whose bid for the presidency was derailed by businessman and eventual winner Donald Trump, says it's unlikely he'll ever run for office again.

    Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush waves as he takes the stage on June 15, 2015, to formally join the race for president, at Miami Dade College in Miami. He dropped out of the race after a disappointing finish in the South Carolina primary. [Associated Press]
  2. Marco Rubio presses Rex Tillerson on Russia at confirmation hearing


    WASHINGTON — Sen. Marco Rubio aggressively questioned Secretary of State nominee Rex Tillerson over Russia policy Wednesday and said it was "discouraging" that Tillerson would not label Vladimir Putin a war criminal.

    WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 11:  Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) (L), is flanked by Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), as he reads a statement speaking out against Attorney General nominee Jeff Sessions (R-AL), during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Capitol Hill, January 11, 2017 in Washington, DC. The committee is on its second day of the Sessions confirmation hearing.  (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images) 691999619
  3. 18 years later, fraud case that dogged Jeb Bush ends

    State Roundup

    A long-running federal fraud case involving Jeb Bush, a Nigerian billionaire, a South Florida pump company and allegations of fraud, bribery and suitcases full of cash has finally run its course, with the company accused of ripping off the government cleared of any liability.

    Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush
  4. Sen. Marco Rubio poised to play role in investigation into Russian hacking

    State Roundup

    WASHINGTON — Sen. Marco Rubio is poised to play a role in an investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the election.

    Sen. Marco Rubio is on the Intelligence Committee, which could lead the investigation.
  5. Marco Rubio's former Florida donors shift financial support to Donald Trump

    State Roundup

    John Angelbeck of Ocala wanted Florida Sen. Marco Rubio to succeed in his presidential bid and twice contributed $100 to Rubio's campaign. But after Rubio bowed out following a landslide defeat in Florida's March primary, Angelbeck shifted his allegiance — and money — to Donald Trump.

    Republican presidential candidate, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Miami., speaks as Republican presidential candidate, businessman Donald Trump, listens during the CBS News Republican presidential debate Feb. 13, 2016, in Greenville, S.C. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)
  6. Marco Rubio and Patrick Murphy will debate, but how many times unclear

    State Roundup

    TALLAHASSEE — Wasting no time after their blowout primary victories, Sen. Marco Rubio and Rep. Patrick Murphy were quick to engage in a chippy debate over debating in their first hours back on the campaign trail.