A grave threat to speech, innovation, and our economy

Today’s decision by the FCC to end net neutrality will not only make parts of the internet more expensive for consumers and content providers, it will also serve as a grave threat to free speech and innovation. It reverses the key principle that all content on the Internet is equal.

CONGRESS MUST ACT TO REVERSE THIS MOVE, and if it does not, I'll fight to get it done when I am in Congress.

Roughly 300 miles from Alabama

The best part about what happened last night in Alabama is the momentum it's creating for Democratic candidates across the nation. This bodes well for us.

Senator-elect Doug Jones' incredible victory is further proof that when you stand for what’s right, and run an inclusive campaign that brings people together, you can win! That’s what we are doing in District 6, here in Florida.

Congress has until MIDNIGHT FRIDAY to fund the Government

The clock is ticking down to avert a shutdown:

Congress has until MIDNIGHT FRIDAY to come up with legislation to fund the government and keep the US economy from nosediving.

In 2013, the last time the government shutdown, vital services and programs were halted such as social security and disability provisions, national parks and monuments were closed, and the US lost $2.5 billion in GDP productivity.

Help me protect net neutrality

Right before Thanksgiving, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai, announced that the administration is planning a total repeal of net neutrality rules by December 14.

If this passes, internet providers such as Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T would be allowed to auction off internet service speeds to the highest bidder and also be able to choose and block which sites customers have access to.

PRESS RELEASE: Soderberg: DeSantis’ measure to block Trump investigation is outrageous.

(Crescent Beach) - Former U.N. Ambassador and Deputy National Security Advisor Nancy Soderberg, who is running to replace Ron DeSantis in Florida’s 6th Congressional District, issued the following statement:

"In an outrageous move, Congressman DeSantis has filed a motion to undermine Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into connections between the Trump campaign and Russian actors.

Regarding Trump's Fire and Fury Comment

As you may have read, new intelligence has emerged indicating North Korea now has the capability to miniaturize nuclear weapons. That, combined with North Korea's consistent disregard for international law and unsanctioned nuclear and intercontinental ballistic missile tests, put our country at risk.

Rather than tamp down the crisis, President Trump escalated it by saying “North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States. They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen.”

MSNBC: "The Last Word" with Lawrence O'Donnell invites Ambassador Soderberg on to Discuss Questions about Trump Campaign's Russian Meetings

New information and questions have surfaced about the Trump Campaign's meetings with Russian government officials . Ambassador Nancy Soderberg and Jeremy Bash join Lawrence O'Donnell on MSNBC's "The Last Word" to analyze the possible outcomes and fallout from the situation.