A report by the Director of National Intelligence and the Secretary of Defense on UFO analysis is due to be released by next month.
Senator Marco Rubio believes the truth is out there and he wants to get past the UFO jokes to make sure the national security of the United States isn't threatened in any way, he told Newsweek.
The former president remains a popular choice among Republican voters for their next presidential nomination.
Rubio has represented Florida in the U.S. Senate since 2011 and is running for re-election next year.
The MLB announced its decision to move this year's All-Star Game out of Atlanta last week.
The Republican senator said Amazon was "sorely mistaken" if it assumed conservatives would back it against workers.
The Republican is up for re-election next year and defeated his opponent by a significant margin in 2016.
"The call to end the antiquated practice of clock changing is gaining momentum throughout the nation," Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) said after relaunching a bipartisan bid to alter federal law to allow states to keep daylight saving time permanently.
At least 10 rockets were fired at the Ain Al Asad base in the western Anbar province on Wednesday morning.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is the clear favorite to beat both of the state's U.S. senators in hypothetical 2024 GOP presidential primary, according to a new poll.
Former President Donald Trump is still eligible to run for the White House for a third time in 2024.
Some Republicans have suggested putting Trump on trial after leaving office violates the Constitution.
President Joe Biden needs 10 Republican senators to come on board for comprehensive immigration reform, something that is looking unlikely, which has led to an openness to a piecemeal approach on aspects that may be more likely to pass.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is seen calling Hogg a "coward" in resurfaced video from shortly after the shooting.
It's unclear what ails the 80-year-old senator, but he was set to oversee Trump's second impeachment trial in place of Supreme Court Justice John Roberts.
"We already have a flaming fire in this country, and it's like taking a bunch of gasoline and pouring it on top of the fire," said the Florida senator.
The Republican Senator has sent a letter to Joe Biden urging the incoming president to push for $2,000 stimulus checks on his first day in office.
A committee chaired by Sen. Marco Rubio has asked for the report to include detailed analyses of FBI data on investigations into "intrusions of unidentified aerial phenomena" in U.S. airspace.
"Congress should quickly pass legislation to increase direct payments to Americans to $2,000," Republican Florida Senator Marco Rubio said on Monday.
In a Sunday tweet, the GOP lawmaker said the infectious disease expert is part of a conspiracy trying to deceive Americans.
President Donald Trump has downplayed the threat from the SolarWinds cyberattack and attempted to cast doubt on Russia's involvement.
Rubio and other conservatives have objected to remarks from President-elect Joe Biden's deputy chief of staff
The feud between the two began on Thursday, when the Democratic congresswoman responded to a tweet showing Project Veritas receiving federal Paycheck Protection Program loans amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Rubio's comments come shortly after Biden announced several new choices for his Cabinet, many of whom did attend Ivy League schools.
Sidney Powell, a lawyer on President Trump's election legal team, made several baseless claims on Thursday including allegations of corruption at the "highest level of our government."
The tweet referenced Governor Ron DeSantis' proposed "anti-mob" legislation, which critics fear would give civilian gun owners increased rights to use violence.
Expressions of support for the president appeared to snowball after an appeal from Trump's sons on Thursday night for GOP leaders to "have some backbone."
Several celebrities on Twitter had fun at the Florida Senator's expense after he posted a GIF of a blue wave, in reference to his home state.
"I saw yesterday a video of these people in Texas. All the cars on the road, we love what they did," said Florida Senator Marco Rubio.