It's been a brutal primary season for Marco Rubio, who's managed just two wins so far: Minnesota and Puerto Rico. The race for the Republican Party nomination could get even more embarrassing for the Florida senator, if the Monmouth University poll for his home state released Monday is any indication.
The poll shows Donald Trump leading the way in Florida with 38 percent support among likely primary voters to Rubio's 30 percent. The Sunshine State's 99 delegates are up for grabs March 15 in a winner-take-all contest.
Ted Cruz and John Kasich trail with 17 percent and 10 percent, respectively. The poll's margin of error is 4.9 percentage points. Julie Kliegman
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In December, R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe joined Stephen Colbert to reluctantly ring out 2016 with a list of terrible things that happened last year, while still feeling fine. On Wednesday's Late Show, it was Paul Simon's turn for a duet on the emotional duality of these times we live in. Colbert asked Simon whey he didn't play "59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)" anymore. "Oh, I loathe that song," Simon said. "It just feels naive, you know, just doesn't feel like 2017." "What do you mean naive?" Colbert asked. "Wrong mood," Simon said. Colbert suggested some changes, starting with: "Hello lamppost, nice to see ya / We might get bombed by North Korea." But don't worry, they're still feelin' groovy (or at least Colbert is). Watch and sing along below. Peter Weber