The man accused of opening fire at a Florida high school on Wednesday, killing 17 people, was a troubled former student who loved guns and was expelled for disciplinary reasons, police and former classmates said.
"We're not trying to scare people, we're not trying to hype this. We want people to be prepared."
Hurricane Irma strengthened into a highly dangerous Category 5 storm on Tuesday as it barreled toward the Caribbean and the southern United States, threatening deadly winds, storm surges and flooding as Texas and Louisiana was still reeling from devastating Hurricane Harvey.
A Florida Republican believes the prosecutor should have to prove why the victim of a stand-your-ground shooting didn’t deserve to be shot.
Perhaps the new president should finish reading his job description instead of jetting off to Florida every weekend.
The president is more passionate about the fanfare of a presidential campaign than he is about actually governing the country.
The American people are sick of the Republican Party's lies on Obamacare.
Trump is ducking out of D.C. for a long weekend at his Mar-a-Lago Estate, leaving on Friday and returning on Monday, Feb. 6.
"It very well could be the Hispanic vote that saves Hillary Clinton in Florida."
New polling shows that newly registered and voters who sat out the 2012 election are breaking strongly for Hillary Clinton in North Carolina, Florida, and Pennsylvania.
A new poll not only shows Clinton leading in Florida 48 to 40, but that 28 percent of early GOP voters cast their vote for Clinton
Yes, the Republican nominee even needs to be fact checked when it comes to accurately telling his supporters when Election Day is.
The GOP knows that when fewer people turn out to the polls, they have a better chance of being successful.
Drudge said he and Trump’s supporters “wondered if the government was lying about the intensity of the hurricane” and legitimacy of National Hurricane Center data.
Mosques really don't appear to be the problem. Like churches, they will be under water. Along with the people who attend them.
If Clinton continues to pull in roughly three-quarters of the Latino vote, it's hard to imagine a scenario where Trump can possibly win the White House.
Removing these two states from the list of battlegrounds doesn't just make Trump's path to victory narrow – it makes it virtually nonexistent.
A new poll reveals that Hillary Clinton is riding a wave of Hispanic and female support to a lead over Donald Trump in Florida.
According to a new survey, less than 13 percent of Latinos plan to vote for the Republican nominee in November. Was it something he said?
"It had to be political because Donald Trump was treated differently than any other scam artist in the 16 years I was at the consumer protection office."