Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” Law Just Got Even Worse
Florida Senate Pays $900,000 to Aide Who Alleged Retaliation Over Sexual Harassment Accusations
Our Favorite Studio 360 Stories of 2018, Part 2
The Rich Can Afford Higher Ground in Miami. What’s Going to Happen to the Poor?
The FBI Probe That May Have Cost Andrew Gillum His Election No Longer Appears Interested in Andrew Gillum
How the Rest of the Country Can Take Florida’s Lead in Embracing Second-Chance Criminal Justice Reform
Multimillionaire Sex Offender Jeffrey Epstein Settles High-Profile Lawsuit
Florida Man Claims Sheriff Held Him for ICE for More Than Two Weeks Despite Proof of U.S. Citizenship
Trump Labor Secretary Conspired to Offer Extraordinary Plea Deal to Millionaire in Sex-Abuse Case, Miami Herald Reports
Progressives Won Key Victories Trying a New Campaign Tactic in 2018. They Can Do Even Better in 2020.
Broward County Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes Resigns Following Florida Recount
Bill Nelson Concedes the Florida Senate Race to Rick Scott
In a Cosmic, Cursed Twist, the 2018 Florida Recount Could Hinge on the Meaning of Bush v. Gore
Federal Judge Trolls Marco Rubio, Rules Florida Must Let Voters Correct Alleged “Signature Mismatches”
Republicans’ Attempts at Interfering With the Florida Recounts Seem to Be Failing
Trump’s “Voter Fraud” Reaction to 2018 Recounts Shows Us What to Fear for 2020
Trump Is Calling for New Elections. Stephen Colbert Knows Where He Can Start.
After 2000, Florida Enacted Election Reforms. That Made Things Even Worse.
What’s Happening in Florida Is a Nightmare. 2020 Could Be So Much Worse.
Florida Recount, Georgia Lawsuit, and Democratic Gains: Here’s How Undecided Midterm Races Stand