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2016: A Bush-Clinton rematch?

For 32 years, there was either a Bush or a Clinton in the White House or the Cabinet. And in 2016, the families could be competing again -- in a Jeb Bush vs. Hillary Clinton face off.

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Joe Garcia with So Fla students honored for service

Congressman honors 2 South Fla. students

Two South Florida students are honored Wednesday by U.S. Rep. Joe Garcia, D-Fla., for being recently appointed to the U.S. Military Academy and the U.S. Naval Academy.

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Fla. passes bill to make killing fetuses a crime

Florida legislators responding to the case of a Tampa-area woman tricked into taking an abortion pill passed a bill Thursday that would make it a crime to kill or injure a fetus at any stage of development.

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Fla. Gov. snared in GOP immigration debate

With time running out on his first term, Gov. Rick Scott entered his fourth legislative session with a limited agenda dealing with education, tax cuts and the state's economy.

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Fla. Rep. Dane Eagle arrested on DUI charges

A member of the Florida Legislature was arrested in Tallahassee and charged with drunken driving after an officer spotted him driving erratically and he refused to be tested, police said Tuesday.

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Senate subcommittee discusses sea-level rise

On Earth Day, a rare Senate subcommittee field hearing about climate change, chaired by U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., is held at Miami Beach City Hall.

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From guns to cow girls, campaign videos for the November elections were already getting bizarre Monday.

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Watch bizarre political campaign videos

YouTube is beginning to see signs of the bizarre in their political campaign advertisements this year.

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Bill Nelson, Marco Rubio at Doral news conference

Rubio, Nelson urge sanctions against Venezuela

Florida Sens. Bill Nelson and Marco Rubio are calling on the Obama administration to enact sanctions against Venezuela.

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Venezuelan students partaking in protests go to Washington

Five Venezuelan college students partaking in ongoing protests travel to Washington to share their plight with Congress. They want to see the U.S. impose and sustain sanctions against Venezuela.

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American prisoner starts hunger strike in Cuba

American contractor Alan Gross starts a hunger strike in a Cuban prison, expressing frustration over inaction to secure his release.

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