At this point in the 2016 presidential campaign, the noble, elusive stag of political rhetoric is pretty much road kill. This judgment is unfair to a few candidates — Rick Perry, Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio come to mind — delivering thoughtful speeches. Show More Summary
Hillary Rodham Clinton on Friday will call on Congress to end the trade embargo the US has imposed against Cuba since 1962. The position, which Clinton already outlined in her 2014 book, "Hard Choices," puts her in line with President...Show More Summary
He and his brother are just all heart. The Koch brothers have summoned their chosen Republican presidential candidates—Jeb! Bush, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Scott Walker and Carly Fiorina (seriously? Fiorina?)—to come kiss their rings and grovel before the 450 biggest donors to the Koch network. Show More Summary
Marco Rubio nailed it on the head, as the Washington Examiner reported: “This may be the best deal that a weak president can achieve, but a strong, trusted and respected America can do much better,” Rubio wrote in a column for Fox News. Rubio previously expressed his disapproval of the negotiations with Iran in April […]
The political betting markets give Donald Trump 8-1 odds of winning the Republican presidential nomination, behind only Jeb Bush (8-5), Marco Rubio (7-2) and Scott Walker (4-1).
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) came in fourth among Republican presidential candidates in a recent poll, trailing leader Donald Trump and second-place Jeb Bush by double-digits. That would be discouraging enough for Rubio’s campaign if it was a national survey. What makes it even worse is that the poll was of voters in Rubio’s home state of Florida. […]
if we can only get one WaPo writer to spend 63 hours on Hillary’s State Department emails –those that haven’t been illegally erased– combined with follow up analysis of with whom she was most frequently emailing and what the foreignShow More Summary
Today, Marco Rubio couldn't resist attempting to conflate two recent controversies—an American dentist's admission he killed Cecil the lion and a sting operation currently targeting Planned Parenthood—for the following take: Look atShow More Summary
Orlando’s outspoken progressive congressman is running for Marco Rubio’s U.S. Senate seat, and might win the primary—a thought that has Florida Democrats terrified.
Delete your account. Look at all this outrage over a dead lion, but where is all the outrage over the planned parenthood dead babies. — Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) July 29, 2015 I swear the Republican presidential field is getting dumber by the day. Show More Summary
A new St. Pete Polls survey in Florida finds Donald Trump leading the GOP poll with 26%, followed by Jeb Bush at 20%, Scott Walker at 12%, Marco Rubio at 10% and Ben Carson at 5%.
Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) If your name's not Jeb Bush or Marco Rubio, your chances of winning the Florida Republican presidential primary are slim to none. There's no shame in admitting that when a state's sitting senator and former governor are duking it out, one of them is overwhelmingly likely to win. Show More Summary
David Koch Several GOP candidates will be joining the Koch brothers in early August at a swanky conference in Southern California where they will make their case to a particularly high-end GOP donor class. Jeb! Bush, Ted Cruz, MarcoShow More Summary
A new Monmouth poll in New Hampshire finds Donald Trump leading the GOP presidential race with 24%, followed by Jeb Bush at 12%, John Kasich at 7%, Scott Walker at 7%, Marco Rubio at 6%, Ben Carson at 5% and [...]
“Four leading GOP presidential candidates – Jeb Bush, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Scott Walker – are traveling to a Southern California luxury hotel in coming days to make their cases directly to the Koch brothers and hundreds of other [...]
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Republican Sen. Marco Rubio's presidential ambitions and a court ruling tossing out several congressional district maps will cause upheaval among Florida's representation in Washington, including political complications...Show More Summary
GREENVILLE, S.C. (AP) — The United States must acknowledge a "painful, complicated" history of racial discrimination that still affects many minorities, Republican presidential hopeful Marco Rubio said Monday between campaign speeches...Show More Summary
American democracy, circa 2015: Four leading GOP presidential candidates – Jeb Bush, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Scott Walker – are traveling to a Southern California luxury hotel in coming days to make their cases directly to the Koch brothers and hundreds of other wealthy conservatives planning to spend close to $1 billion in […]
John Boehner cried in an interview with the Golf Channel, probably because golf ignites his passion for grass. Marco Rubio has missed a lot of Senate votes, but he's still serving the people of Florida by hanging out in Iowa. And the...Show More Summary