Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro defended former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Friday morning on her use of private email -- as he also deflected chatter about him as a potential running mate to her presidential campaign.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio are in South Carolina with the hopes that laying out a tough plan for China and radical Islam would win back some of the oxygen front-runner Donald Trump has sucked from their campaigns.
The Florida Children and Youth Cabinet voted Thursday to send a letter to state leaders, urging them to prioritize early-childhood education, intervention and other services for "the first 1,000 days" from pregnancy to age 3.
A key state senator floated a last-ditch effort Thursday to strike a compromise with the House on new congressional districts, while voting-rights groups that challenged the current congressional map called for the Florida Supreme Court to take over the process.
Behind the scenes at the Democratic National Committee summer meetings in Minneapolis, super delegates and members of the DNC are quietly being asked by Draft Biden representatives to "keep an open mind" about the race for the presidential nomination...
Ohio Gov. Jon Kasich is the latest to announce his candidacy for the Republican nomination for president, entering the race on Tuesday. See who else is running and who some of the other possible presidential candidates are.
Director of Jacksonville University's public policy institute Rick Mulaney joins us to discuss the tension between Jeb Bush and Donald Trump, also growing concerns regarding Hillary Clinton's e-mail scandal.