Body language expert on GOP debate

A new poll shows that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis won the first Republican Presidential Primary debate. It was a heated exchange that covered a wide range of topics. Body language expert Susan Constantine takes a closer look at the candidates.

First 2024 GOP presidential debate

Businessman Vivek Ramaswamy took the most hits among candidates during Wednesday's first GOP presidential debate. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis was expected to be the lightning rod of attacks from his fellow presidential opponents, but Ramaswamy appeared to take the title.

Leaked memo hints at DeSantis debate tactics

Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy fired back at his primary rival, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, suggesting he's a "super PAC puppet" after a leaked memo outlined attacks towards the political outsider ahead of next week's GOP debate. On Thursday, The New York Times reported on a document released by a communications firm associated with the pro-DeSantis Never Back Down super PAC that outlined debate strategy, which included taking aim at Ramaswamy.

Georgia grand jury wraps up Trump probe

A Georgia grand jury that has been investigating former President Donald Trump over his efforts to undo that state's 2020 election results arrived at a frenzied conclusion late Monday, returning indictments even as prosecutors offered no clarity about who had been charged and for what. The existence of indictments became apparent around 9 p.m., when the Fulton County judge who for months has been presiding over the grand jury investigation was presented by courthouse officials with a set of papers in a courtroom packed with reporters anticipating news.

Donald Trump responds to third indictment

Donald Trump pleaded not guilty Thursday to trying to overturn the results of his 2020 presidential election loss, answering for the first time to federal charges that accuse him of orchestrating a brazen and ultimately failed attempt to block the peaceful transfer of presidential power.

Impact of Donald Trump's new indictment

Donald Trump has been charged by the Justice Department for his efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election. It remains to be seen how this latest indictment will affect the former president's campaign to return to the White House. A political science professor at the University of Central Florida shares his analysis of what this could mean for the 2024 election, and whether this hurts or helps the chances of other republican candidates who are seeking the nomination.

Third indictment for Donald Trump

Donald Trump was charged Tuesday in a Justice Department investigation into his efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election, a frantic but ultimately failed endeavor that culminated in the violent riot by his supporters at the U.S. Capitol. The indictment, the third criminal case brought against the former president as he seeks to reclaim the White House in 2024, follows a long-running federal investigation into schemes by Trump and his allies to subvert the peaceful transfer of power and keep him in office despite a decisive loss to Joe Biden.

Special counsel details new Trump indictment

Special counsel Jack Smith has announced that Donald Trump has been charged by the Justice Department for his efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election. The indictment focuses on schemes by Trump and his allies to subvert the transfer of power and keep him in office despite his loss to Joe Biden. It's the third criminal case brought against the former president as he seeks to reclaim the White House.

Harris rejects Florida Black history debate

Vice President Kamala Harris on Tuesday rejected an invitation by Gov. Ron DeSantis to “discuss” controversial standards for African American history instruction. The State Board of Education approved the wide-ranging standards last month, with part of the middle-school curriculum sparking a heated debate.

Vice President Harris speaks in Orlando

Kamala Harris arrived in Orlando on Tuesday afternoon ahead of a convention at which she was scheduled to speak. The vice president delivered remarks at the African Methodist Episcopal 20th Women's Missionary Society Quadrennial Convention, part of Harris' summer travel itinerary that includes meeting with key voters throughout the U.S.

DeSantis campaign cuts more staff

The Republican presidential campaign of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is cutting more staff as it attempts to "streamline" operations, top aides confirmed to Fox News on Tuesday.

VP Harris blasts Florida education standards

New state academic standards guiding schools’ instruction about African American history have ignited heated debate nationally, bringing Vice President Kamala Harris to Florida to condemn the guidelines and prompting a defense from Gov. Ron DeSantis.

DeSantis targets big media in CNN interview

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis had one of his first one-on-one, sit-down interviews with a major network since announcing his presidential candidacy. During an interview on Tuesday with CNN's Jake Tapper, DeSantis was asked about concerns that voters may view him as "less electable" than former President Trump based on his conservative record in the Sunshine State. DeSantis responded by saying "The proof is in the pudding."

Trump says he's 'target' of criminal probe

Former President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he has received a letter informing him that he is a target of the Justice Department's investigation into efforts to undo the results of the 2020 presidential election, an indication he could soon be charged by U.S. prosecutors.

'Most heinous abuse": Trump slams Biden, DOJ

Donald Trump became the first former president to face a judge on federal charges as he pleaded not guilty in a Miami courtroom Tuesday to dozens of felony counts accusing him of hoarding classified documents and refusing government demands to give them back. He addressed supporters Tuesday night at his Bedminster, New Jersey, golf club, where he threatened to go after President Joe Biden and his family if elected.

Breaking down historic Trump indictment

Donald Trump made a first appearance in federal court in Miami on Tuesday facing 37 counts related to the mishandling and retention of classified documents at his Mar-a-Lago estate. We talk to John Hanley, a professor in the Political Science department at the University of Central Florida, to look at the charges, the special counsel's investigation, and how Trump's case could play out in the 2024 presidential election.

Crowds pack streets during Trump arraignment

Former President Donald Trump gave a wave and a signature thumbs up to crowds outside the federal courthouse in downtown Miami after pleading not guilty to criminal charges. He then headed to a local Cuban restaurant where he warmly greeted waiting supporters in a camera-ready scene that resembled a campaign stop. In the largely unseen moments on Tuesday - his attorney entering his plea, Trump sitting grim-faced with arms folded across his chest - the gravity of being the first former president charged with a federal crime was apparent.

Trump prepares for court appearance in Miami

Donald Trump arrived in Florida on Monday ahead of a history-making federal court appearance on dozens of felony charges accusing him of illegally hoarding classified documents and thwarting the Justice Department's efforts to get them back.