He survived the Boston Marathon bombing — and the Bloviator! Wojciech Cieszkowski — an avid runner who ran the Boston Marathon in 2013 — had no visible bruise marks on his face when he answered the door at his Pearl River, N.Y. home
The price of politics is high in the city of Miami — even in an election with no one running for office in City Hall. Moneyed interests in real estate, architecture and construction have poured more than $1 million into the campaign
After arresting four people — including the owner of a Miami-area realty firm — authorities in Argentina appear to have unraveled the mystery of a $65 million property empire that included luxury condos in South Florida and New York City
Sen. Ted Cruz suspects dirty deeds somehow involving that caravan of migrants in southern Mexico. Sen.Ted Cruz accused Rep. Beto O’ Rourke of illegally funding a caravan of Central American migrants on Friday
In a speech on U.S. policy toward Latin America, Bolton said Bolsonaro could be a partner in fighting against leftist leaders. Bolton said at Miami’s Freedom Tower, a national historic landmark that served as a processing center for Cuban refugees in the 1960s.
The newest generation of voters is more energized to vote in the midterm elections than it has been in previous cycles — but not for President Donald Trump or the Republican Party, a recent poll found.
Gov. Rick Scott gave his campaign $1.2 million on Tuesday and he has funneled at least $12.5 million of his personal wealth into the U.S. Senate race in just over a week, according to federal election filings.
The US mid-term elections in five days’ time will help define the rest of Donald Trump’s presidency. Americans will vote for members of both chambers of Congress, as well as for governors in 36 out of 50 states
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on Wednesday denied accusations that the Trump administration was deploying 5,200 troops to the Mexican border as a political stunt to bolster Republican support for the Nov. 6 midterm elections.
An attorney for pop star Pharrell Williams on Monday sent a cease-and-desist letter to President Trump for playing Williams’ song “Happy” at a political rally on the same day as a mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue.