The latest entry in the post-Trump conservatism sweepstakes was Marco Rubio's speech at the Catholic University of America in early November. The Florida senator made the case for a "common-good capitalism" that looks on markets in the light of Catholic social thought. "We must remember that our nation does not exist to serve the interests of the market," he said. "The market exists to serve our nation."
As CNN prepares to hold another town hall Wednesday in the wake of a shocking bout of gun violence, former National Rifle Association spokeswoman Dana Loesch said she hopes it learns from last year's but she's not optimistic.
Sen. Marco Rubio is confident that Congress will codify in law Trump administration restrictions imposed on China’s telecommunications giant Huawei Technologies, a company the Florida Republican says poses a national security threat to the United States.
A bipartisan group of senators on Tuesday introduced legislation to codify in law an export control ban on the use of telecommunications products made by China's Huawei Technologies Ltd, the government-linked telecommunications giant.
Pressure is mounting on the State Department to nix a series of sanctions waivers that have permitted Iran to continue some its most contested nuclear weapons research, including at a secretive military bunker known to have housed the Islamic Republic's bomb program, according to multiple U.S. officials working on the matter.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the former chair of the Democratic National Committee, is urging 2020 presidential candidates to support Israel and condemn the authoritarian socialist government in Venezuela if they want to win Florida.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) hit back Thursday at a Washington Post article reporting that President Donald Trump had lost interest in Venezuela, saying some of the claims were exaggerated or even fabricated.