Federal Judge: Florida's Voting Ban for Formerly Incarcerated People is Unconstitutional
The judge said that civil rights cannot be withheld based on “partisan, religious or racial bias.”
Florida Declares State of Emergency Ahead of White Nationalist Event
National Policy Institute leader Richard Spencer is scheduled to give a speech at the University of Florida.
House Committee Approves $36.5 Billion in Hurricane and Wildfire Recovery Aid
“These funds are vital right now, in the near term, to get the aid where it is needed most.”
Climate Justice Roundup: Methane Rule Reinstated, Disaster Relief Aid Requested, Clean Power Plan in Trouble
Two steps forward, one step back.
8 Ways to Help People of Color Recover From Hurricane Irma
A list of organizations working to rebuild communities in the path of one of the most powerful hurricanes in history.
Florida Judge Strikes Down Updated 'Stand Your Ground' Law
Critics say the latest version of the law that helped exonerate George Zimmerman allows more people to claim self defense, even when they provoked the encounter.
What the Numbers Tell Us About Tropical Storm Cindy
It’s hitting an area with a high concentration of Black people.
READ: Climate Change Already Impacting South Florida Residents With Increase in 'King Tides'
The state is home to some of the country’s largest concentration of immigrants, many of whom will now live in coastal areas prone to flooding.
How This Year's 3 Big Climate Initiatives Will Impact Communities of Color
Washington, Colorado and Florida all have climate initiatives on the ballot today—and all three have the potential to change lives.
CDC Director Says Zika Virus 'Will Become Endemic'
There have been more than 4,000 Zika cases in the United States and over 27,000 in U.S. territories.
Hurricane Matthew Intensifies To Category 4 as It Nears Florida
There have been nearly 30 deaths from the storm.
Florida Governor Declares Miami Neighborhood Zika-Free
However, there are new, non-travel related cases elsewhere in the state.
Florida Mosque, Once Attended by Omar Mateen, Burned in Arson
The blaze corresponded with both the anniversary of 9/11 and the beginning of Eid al-Adha.
First Hurricane in More Than a Decade Hits Florida
Tampa and Orlando, cities with majority populations of people of color, are the most at risk.
CDC Study Links Hearing Loss in Infants to Zika
The global virus continues to stump researchers, as new cases are reported in Florida.
Planned Parenthood Canvassers Go Door-to-Door in Miami to Prevent More Zika Outbreaks
Latinx and Haitian women are among the groups who will be targeted for outreach.
READ: Why Some Parts of U.S. Are Seeing an Explosion of Death Sentences
The New York Times Magazine explores how racism and bias impact crime and punishment.
Texas Sees First Zika-Related Infant Death
Hillary Clinton is urging Congress to do more to stop the spread of the virus.
Sobering Zika Updates Released for the US
The virus is spreading to other parts of Florida and appears to hurt fetuses more than doctors originally thought.
No Charges for North Miami Cop Who Gave Conflicting Statements in Charles Kinsey Shooting
The therapist, who was shot while trying to assist an autistic patient, filed a federal lawsuit against the department this week.