Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis arrives at the Foreign Office to visit Britain's Foreign Secretary in London, Friday, April 28, 2023.

Will Gov. DeSantis win his battle to dismantle DEI programs at state universities?

Widely viewed as a potential 2024 Republican presidential candidate, Florida’s Gov. Ron DeSantis has been on a path to dismantle diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) programs at universities as part of his plan to overhaul publicly funded higher education.

The Castillo de San Marcos, one of the major heritage sites in St. Augustine, Florida,

Rising sea levels along Florida’s coast threaten to damage valuable archeological sites

Climate Change
In this Aug. 20, 2020, file photo supporters watch the program outside the venue where Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden is speaking, during the Democratic National Convention at the Chase Center in Wilmington, Delaware.

How Puerto Ricans in central Florida may decide the US election

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Lauren Groff and the cover of her new book, “Florida.”

Unexpected gains in Gainesville

Green algae bloom in Florida

Florida’s ‘red tide’ could help turn the state blue

Man in protective gear points large gun at man holding a toddler, at close range. Toddler is screaming.

An iconic image challenged the politics of Cuban Americans


Photographer Alan Díaz died on Tuesday at age 71. His 2000 image of the Cuban boy Elián González being taken by force from his American relatives endures.

Girl in room with Mother's Day balloon in front of her face

This mother, already deported, doesn’t know if she’ll ever be reunited with the daughter taken from her at the US border


Magdalena knows where her daughter Maria is, but has no way of reuniting with her. They were separated and Magdalena was deported during the pilot phase of the Trump administration’s “zero-tolerance” policy, last August.

Three women on stage gesticulating, one with blackface pounding her chest

A Miami theater group has a change of heart over blackface

Afro Latinos in Florida say the existence of the play is a small window into the racism that persists in Latin American communities stateside and abroad.

People take photos with there phones of man standing in middle of a crowd

In the diaspora, Colombia’s presidential election is as much about the past as the future

Global Politics

Colombians in the US who remember the violence they left behind will likely vote for a far-right candidate.

Judy Blume and her younger self pose in front of her childhood apartment building in Miami Beach.

Are you there, Florida? It’s me, Margaret.


Take a tour through Judy Blume’s childhood stomping grounds in Miami Beach.