President Donald Trump became the first president and U. S history to be impeached twice on Wednesday. Ten Republicans joined Democrats in voting to impeach the president.
Florida Lt. Governor Jeanette Nuñez said there was no excuse for last week's violence in our nation's capital.
Senate Democrats plan to make another coronavirus relief package — including sending an additional stimulus payment to many Americans — one of their top priorities for the year once they assume control of the chamber.
Florida House Bill 207 was introduced this week. If passed, it would increase weekly unemployment benefits from $275 to $500
Following the chaos at the U.S. Capitol Building last week, the FBI is warning of disruptions at all 50 state capitals in the coming days. Gov. Ron DeSantis said violence protests will not be tolerated.
A Central Florida lawmaker wants Florida to divest state funds from tech firms that he said is exercising censorship on social media platforms.
A defiant Donald Trump spoke to reporters on Tuesday saying his rally speech ahead of last week's alleged insurrection by pro-Trump supporters on Capitol Hill was "totally appropriate."
The FBI is warning of armed protests planned at all 50 state capitals in the coming days. We spoke to some Florida lawmakers to get their reaction on how the state is and should be preparing.
House Democrats filed impeachment documents on Monday to remove President Donald Trump from office before his term expires on January 20.
House Democrats say President Donald Trump incited an insurrection and have introduced articles for impeachment.
Florida lawmakers are advancing legislation first proposed during Black Lives Matter marches that would bring criminal charges to those involved in any violent protests in the state.
A Capitol Hill police officer injured during Wednesday's riot has died. Meanwhile, federal authorities are searching for people involved in the alleged insurrection on the grounds of sedition and criminal misconduct.
More lawmakers are calling for the 25th Amendment to be used to remove President Donald Trump from office. Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi has said that it the 25th Amendment is not invoked, lawmakers will entertain another impeachment.
Many Central Florida residents were visiting Washington, D.C. to participate in a pro-Trump riot when the riot broke out at the U.S. Capitol Building.
Florida Congressman Michael Waltz was in the House Chambers when Wednesday's riot broke out. He said that insurrection led him to pivot on his challenge to certifying the electoral vote for Joe Biden.
Crews spent Thursday cleaning up broken glass and debris strewn across the legislative chambers of the U.S. Capitol Building. Now, there are growing calls for President Donald Trump to step down or be removed from office before the January 20 inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.
Former Florida Congressman Ric Keller offers insight into the riots at the U.S. Capitol Building.
Under the 25th Amendment, Congress, the cabinet and vice president can strip powers from a president.
President Donald Trump has been temporarily blocked from social media platform Twitter and Facebook.
Florida lawmakers had a front-row seat to the chaos inside the U.S. Capitol Building.