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How to Become a Paid Speaker
Tory Johnson talks to the president of the National Speakers Association.
Florida Cop Killer's Death Sentence Overturned for 3rd Time
A Florida man sentenced to death three times for killing a deputy and two others during a drug-addled rampage is off of death row again _ at least for now
Florida Election Results
Voters in the state of Florida are heading to the polls on Election Day 2016. There are 29 electoral votes at stake in Florida in the presidential race. The Sunshine State is a key battleground state and a large electoral-vote prize. Florida has been seen as a must-win for Republican nominee Donald
President Obama Makes Statement on NY, NJ Bombings
The president says officials are "moving smartly" in the investigation of events that unfolded in New York and New Jersey.
Florida Congressman Takes Mosquitoes to House Floor in Call for Zika Action
Florida Rep. David Jolly wants Congress to approve funding to fight the Zika virus , and to show his commitment, he took a jar of mosquitoes onto the House floor today to get lawmakers buzzing into action. "I rise with about 100 mosquitoes straight from Florida," he said, holding up a clear jar of
Strait Talk: Live from the ABC Republican Presidential Debate
ABC News' Matthew Dowd and LZ Granderson host from Saint Anselm's College in Manchester, NH.
5 Things That Ultimately Doomed Marco Rubio's Presidential Campaign
Marco Rubio was once the dubbed "The Republican Savior," but on Tuesday he suspended his campaign after a devastating loss in his home state of Florida. What went wrong? The son of a bartender and a maid -- both Cuban immigrants -- Rubio was young, charismatic, a great speaker with a compelling
Marco Rubio Delivers Remarks Following Republican Contests in Mississippi, Michigan, Idaho and Hawaii
The Republican candidate remains in the race for president, promising a primary win next week in Florida.
The Note: Primary Primer
NOTABLES --5 STORYLINES TO WATCH TONIGHT: Republicans will vote today in the Idaho, Michigan and Mississippi primaries and the Hawaii Republican caucuses. Democrats in Michigan and Mississippi are also holding their primaries. In total, 205 delegates are at stake for the two Democratic candidates.
For Marco Rubio, Is It Too Late to Be the Underdog?
While teaching at Florida International University in 2011, Marco Rubio told his students there were two ways a candidate could be successful: He or she had to be a self-funder or the candidate needed to be “a sensation, a symbol larger than themselves.” In his Senate race, Rubio was, indeed, a