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Latest Marco Rubio Items
A strong national economy requires strong families, supported by both government and the broader community, said Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) in a recent policy speech.
America is facing an unprecedented social and moral crisis, warned Sen. Marco Rubio during a speech Wednesday at the Catholic University.
The rise of Islamist guerrillas in Iraq is forcing 2016 GOP presidential contenders to pick sides in the ongoing debate over whether the invasion of Iraq was worth it and whether the U.S. should re-engage in the Arab nation's mounting problems.
Responding to the news that a suspect in the Benghazi attacks had been captured, Sen. Marco Rubio called on the Obama administration to transfer him the Guantanamo Bay prison for interrogation.
President Obama has gone way beyond the confines of the Constitution and entered the land of kingdoms -- to the point he now believes himself to be the ruler of all, said Sen. Marco Rubio.
Sen. Marco Rubio outright refused to answer any questions about his past marijuana use — whether he smoked or whether he didn't — calling the query a no-win situation that would isolate voters, no matter which way he responded.
Sen. Marco Rubio signaled Wednesday he is considering a run for the White House but that he hasn't made up his mind yet.
Looking to help raise money for the Florida GOP, Sen. Marco Rubio is labeling former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist, who has jumped between parties and is running again for the governor's mansion, as a "phony."
Sen. Marco Rubio said Tuesday that Congress has a responsibility to tackle entitlement reform sooner rather than later, making him the latest of the likely 2016 Republican presidential contenders to say it is time for the party to address the thorny subject head-on.