Articles from October, 2011
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio now says he got his dates wrong when he told reporters that his parents left Cuba in the middle of Fidel Castro's 1959 revolution.
At Tuesday's CNN debate in Las Vegas, Romney used stats from Florida to attack Texas Gov. Rick Perry over immigration.
The Genting Group wants to bring casino-style resort gaming to South Florida. And they want to make a big splash along downtown Miami's waterfront.
Herman Cain told us that a person making $50,000 a year would be better off under his 9-9-9. We crunch the numbers with a trio of accountants.
How'd Carlos Gimenez's first budget track with the promises he made during the campaign? The Carlos-O-Meter has the update.
A Florida county is cutting fluoride out of its water supply. One reason some people supported the decision is because they said fluoride was first used by the Nazis to pacify Jews during World War II. We put the claim to the Truth-O-Meter.
Candidate Rick Scott offered one explanation of the 700,000 private-sector jobs he'd create. Now governor, Scott is saying something different. PolitiFact Florida analyzes his statements on the Flip-O-Meter