The latest news on Florida
With their bulging treasuries, the two candidates can underwrite new primaries in Florida and Michigan.
The nation's grid operator was optimistic, but demand and weather added uncertainties in a state with little room for error.
Today's massive power outage across a wide swath of the Sunshine State brings to mind the vulnerability of dependency on huge power systems. In 2003, after a summertime widespread blackout in the Midwest and Northeast, U.S. News investigated what is a chaotic system of energy delivery. And last year, we looked at continued bottlenecks in the system.
Decision by education officials is seen as a victory for science.
Even though the state broke the rules, the party could broker a compromise on delegate seating or hold another primary.
Florida Republicans blame Giuliani's loss on his risky strategy of focusing only on the Sunshine State.
McCain is being predicted to win Florida, but only by barely beating Romney.
With such a close race, every single delegate could matter in this year's presidential contest.
Trailing in the polls, Giuliani stays out of the McCain, Romney "dishonest" debate.