Florida advances bills on gender identity

Florida Republicans on Tuesday advanced a proposal to ban classroom lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity through the eighth grade, expanding the controversial Parental Rights in Education law which critics call “Don’t Say Gay” legislation.

'Tyre Sampson Act': Florida lawmakers discuss ride safety bill

Florida lawmakers are set to consider proposed legislation for ride safety after 14-year-old Tyre Sampson fell to his death from a ride at ICON Park in Orlando. Legislation filed by Senators Geraldine Thompson and Randolph Bracy with the help of Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried would require the state to sign off on rides before they open.

DeSantis visits Iowa as interest in likely Trump rival rises

Ahead of a widely expected presidential campaign, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis introduced himself to eager audiences of Iowa Republicans on Friday with a message that leaned into the antagonism toward the left that has made him a popular figure among conservatives.

DeSantis doubles down on education policies

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is doubling down on his education policies. He has faced some backlash over reports of book bans and his administration's blocking of some African American studies coursework claiming it violated state law and was historically inaccurate.

Is Ron DeSantis running for president in 2024?

Widely seen as a major conservative political leader and a possible 2024 Republican presidential contender, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis made a number of stops outside the Sunshine State on Monday.

Biden was booed at this moment during State of the Union

There was a tense moment during President Biden's State of the Union on Tuesday night when he said some members of Congress want to "sunset" Medicare and Social Security program. That comment was met with boos from members of Congress.