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Latest Charlie Crist Items
A criminal-defense attorney for ousted Florida GOP Chairman Jim Greer Monday promised to call to the stand some of the most powerful men in Florida politics - Gov. Charlie Crist, Attorney General Bill McCollum and state Republican chief John Thrasher.
Florida Gov. Charlie Crist recently received a $25 million grant from BP for an "emergency tourism marketing campaign" to counter growing public perceptions that the Gulf oil spill was ruining the Sunshine State.
In what has been dubbed the "Year of the Republican Woman," Jane Norton is in danger of becoming the exception to the rule.
Anything and everything is being used to block oil from further infesting waters. Government officials are considering using a flotilla of barges to do the job.
It's not just Kaganville. Or Kagantown.
South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint has bet on the right horse in an impressive string of Senate primary contests this year, but the freshman Republican's biggest challenge will likely be how he and his band of conservative outsiders fit into the GOP establishment.
A Republican no longer, Gov. Charlie Crist just can't seem to get enough of President Obama or Democratic priorities.
On the last leg of a two-day visit to three Gulf states, President Obama on Tuesday said his administration is going to do "whatever it takes for as long as it takes" to deal with the devastating oil spill that has ravaged the local economy and threatens pristine wetlands.
Boxer Mike Tyson was the best man at his wedding. Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss lived in his guest house. And the television ads for Jeff Greene's out-of-nowhere bid for Florida's Senate seat are financed by a fortune made from betting on the fall of the housing market.