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  1. Sen. Marco Rubio under increased security amid potential death order from Venezuela

    State Roundup

    One of Venezuela's most powerful leaders may have put out an order to kill Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, a fervent critic of the South American country's government, according to intelligence obtained by the U.S. last month.

    Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla. is seen on Capitol Hill in Washington. [Associated Press]
  2. Marco Rubio leads Florida Republicans in cautious response to Trump controversy

    National

    WASHINGTON — New controversy rocked the White House, but Sen. Marco Rubio focused on a different storm. "Sorry to be a nag but the 2017 Hurricane Season is almost here," he told Twitter followers. "Time to freshen up your hurricane kit."

    Sen. Marco Rubio: “We need to know what the facts are.’’
  3. Sen. Marco Rubio throws wrench into Florida oil drilling debate

    State Roundup

    WASHINGTON — Just over a week after President Donald Trump made a massive push for offshore oil drilling, Florida lawmakers have mobilized to protect a hard-fought moratorium on drilling in the Gulf of Mexico.

    Sen. Marco Rubio
  4. Marco Rubio says Russians tried to hack his presidential campaign team twice

    State Roundup

    WASHINGTON — Florida Sen. Marco Rubio revealed Thursday that apparent Russian hackers twice targeted his former presidential campaign team — the latest coming this week — adding new intrigue to the drama gripping Washington.

    Sen. Marco Rubio says Russian hackers targeted his team as recently as Wednesday.
  5. Sen. Marco Rubio concerned about Trump's proposed budget cuts

    State Roundup

    WASHINGTON — Sen. Marco Rubio said Tuesday that President Donald Trump's proposed defense spending increase doesn't go far enough, but he expressed concern about cuts to other areas of the budget and said changes to Social Security and Medicare should be on the table.

    Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Miami, listens to a reporter's question after a Senate Foreign Relations committee business meeting on the nomination of Rex Tillerson to be Secretary of State on Monday, Jan. 23 in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
  6. Florida Republicans cautious in responding to new immigration restrictions

    State Roundup

    WASHINGTON — Leading Florida Republicans cautiously responded to President Donald Trump's immigration restrictions, agreeing largely that more screening is required while expressing discomfort with the scope of the actions that have triggered worldwide outcry.

    Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Miami, listens to a reporter's question after a Senate Foreign Relations committee business meeting on the nomination of Rex Tillerson to be Secretary of State on Monday, Jan. 23 in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)