The head of the Florida Democratic Party announced Friday that he is stepping down following multiple allegations of demeaning behavior toward women.
Florida Democratic Party chairman Stephen Bittel was forced to apologize after multiple party staffers accused him of “demeaning” behavior toward women.
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus on Thursday rejected Republican Rep. Carlos Curbelo’s (R., Fla.) request to join, despite being the son of Cuban exiles.
A Japanese mortar shell killed Sgt. Richard Gordon “Tiny” Sowell back in World War II, but only this week, 73 years later, will his remains be returned home to Florida to be buried with full military honors.
All five Cuban-American House members have asked the Government Accountability Office, Congress’s nonpartisan auditing and investigative arm, to determine whether the State Department mishandled its response to a series of mysterious sonic attacks on at least 24 U.S. diplomats in Cuba.
Tampa Bay Mayor Bob Buckhorn declared Monday night during a community meeting that law enforcement is going to hunt down and catch the “son of a b***h” suspected serial killer who has shot and killed three people within a one-mile radius in the past two weeks.
A University of Florida professor freaked out Wednesday after seeing police officers on campus, believing they were an armed gang of racists.