Sunday Mar 9
The Washington Post
The brothers Diaz-Balart and immigration
Lincoln Diaz-Balart doesn't need permission to drop in on his hometown congressman.
New York Times reporter debates Cuba embargo with Rep. Mario...
New York Times reporter Damien Cave engaged U.S. Representative Mario Diaz-Balart in a debate over sanctions against Cuba's brutally repressive Castro dictatorship.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Charlie Crist's flip-flop on Cuba mirrors larger trend | Video
Less than a generation ago, calling for the end of the trade embargo against Cuba would have been unthinkable - the equivalent of stepping on a political land mine.
Charlie Crist one-on-one in Fort Myers
Five years to the day since Charlie Crist embraced President Obama at Harborside Event Center, he returned to Fort Myers as candidate for Governor.
DREAMers Get Bipartisan Support as Donald Graham Joins Grover Norquist
Immigration reform may be at an intractable standstill but former Washington Post Publisher Donald Graham is creating an organization to do what the federal government has been unable to do: help make it possible for young, undocumented immigrants to go to college, and by extension, enter the workforce.