Perry hoping for 'a second chance' from voters
On the heels of a rousing morning address to the Conservative Political Action Conference that brought a sleepy audience to its feet many…
Obama urges students to file for financial aid
President Barack Obama says education is the best investment in America's future, and he's urging high school students to make sure…
Half of millennials likely lean Democratic
Young adults like to think of themselves as independent, but when it comes to politics, they're more likely than not to lean to the left.
Conservative conference highlights GOP divisions
The nation's top Republican leaders are courting conservative activists gathered in suburban Washington this week.
Marijuana advocates gear up for votes
With 20 U.S. states allowing medical marijuana, and others weighing its medicinal or recreational use, advocates of looser laws on weed…
President spotlights minimum wage
In the midst of managing the nation's response to the ongoing crisis in Ukraine, President Barack Obama enlisted the help of some fellow…
Former IRS official refuses to testify
Former Internal Revenue Service official Lois Lerner is once again refusing to answer questions at a congressional hearing.
Congressman accused of pushing estranged wife
U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson’s wife has accused the Florida Democrat of pushing her during an argument over the weekend, but he claims the…
Now open: The Hillary Clinton (campaign?) store
In a concrete high-rise across the river from the nation's capital, the Hillary Clinton store is open for business.
Biden jokes about 2016 candidacy on 'Late Night'
Had it not been the debut night for Seth Meyers as the new host of NBC's "Late Night," Vice President Joe Biden may have…
Helping Obama, Bill Clinton takes surrogate role
Former President Bill Clinton is reprising his role as super surrogate for Democrats in states where candidates will fight to keep their…
Hagel proposes scaling back US military
A scaled-back, modern U.S. military would cut the Army to its pre-World War II size and do away with the A-10 "Warthog" attack jet,…
Arrests, rescues at 'Floatopia'
PBSO says the event got "out of hand."
Day 1 of Tyler Hadley sentencing ends
The sentencing phase for a Port St. Lucie man accused of killing his parents in 2011 has started.
WPB runners prepare for Boston Marathon return
Working to preventing another attack, major changes are in store for the 2014 Boston Marathon. Race officials are warning attendees bags…
Thousands of openings at job fair
More than 2,000 jobs will be up for grabs at a job fair.
Woman locked out of apartment she still rents
A West Palm Beach woman says she was evicted without notice after the property she lived in was sold at a tax sale. The Consumer Watchdog…
Debate over cash vs credit prices
Palm Beach County Commissioners are scheduled to vote Tuesday on a proposal to regulate how gas prices are advertised. But a potential deal…
Will your insurance company pay after disaster?
Will your insurance company pay the claim when disaster strikes? the Consumer Watchdog shows you how to research your carrier.
Restaurants with unpaid fines & expired license
A Consumer Watchdog investigation gets action. We reveal restaurants who are open for business with an expired food license.