What Do You Think of Ted Williams Now?
Ted Williams grows old.
Ted Williams grows old.
On trying to figure out what’s next.
A mother and child navigate life after a natural disaster.
How a senseless double murder in Florida exposed the rise of an organized fascist youth movement in the United States.
How she has controlled the GOP and gun law in Florida.
Forty-eight years after being attacked, a St. Petersburg, Florida woman searches for a way to cope.
Why did Yousef Muslet face life in prison for an everyday gesture?
Teaching Emily Dickinson at Santa Fe Community College in Gainesville, Florida.
"The couple tried to make them leave. They complained to the police. When that didn’t work, they tried to build friendships, hoping they could charm the squatters into respecting their property. Sometimes, they hid in their house. For three years, the tension built. Until one sweltering summer night in 2016."
Cape Coral, Florida, was built on lies. One big storm could wipe it off the map. It’s also the fastest-growing city in the United States.
Kids say it’s fun to take cars. They brag to each other about how many they’ve stolen and the sleekest models they’ve sped away in. They say they are bored and that it’s easy, sharing videos of themselves driving at 120 miles per hour. They smile with key fobs, offering rides on Facebook. But all of the biggest car thieves had something to run from.
Following John McPhee to Florida.
Life as a pageant queen in Plant City, Florida.
Kids are driving Florida’s Pinellas County’s car-theft epidemic. It’s a dangerous — sometimes deadly — game.
From 2009 to 2014, police in Florida shot 827 people. Many of these incidents were avoidable and unnecessary.
South Florida is being overrun with cane toads, which can weigh almost six pounds. No one knows why they are swelling in numbers or when their population growth will slow.
Not all that long ago, as the editor in chief of Gawker.com, Daulerio was among the most influential and feared figures in media. Now the forty-two-year-old is unemployed, his bank has frozen his life savings of $1,500, and a $1,200-per-month one-bedroom is all he can afford. He's renting here, he says, to be near the counselors and support network he has come to rely on lately.
After thousands of birds vanished overnight from a Florida refuge, conspiracy theories bloomed.
“Today it’s a mosquito. Tomorrow God only knows what is going to happen.”
The radical environmental group Earth First! orchestrates a musical in Florida.
The state attorney, who prosecuted Marissa Alexander and failed to convict George Zimmerman, has put hundreds of children behind bars.
It’s in Florida and it involves Marco Rubio, the 33-year-old preferred candidate of the Democratic establishment, and “the only member of Congress whose desk is decorated with a plaque that reads: I HAVE FLYING MONKEYS AND I’M NOT AFRAID TO USE THEM!”
On claiming the conquistador Juan Ponce de León as an ancestor and the fictions we tell ourselves.
“Florida, in some ways, resembles a modern Ponzi scheme. Everything is fine for me if a thousand newcomers come tomorrow. The problem is…no one knew what would happen if they stopped coming.”
On Dec. 18, 2007, the school board in Pinellas Country, Florida, voted to abandon integration. They justified the decision with bold promises: Schools in poor, black neighborhoods would get more money, more staff, more resources. They delivered none of that. A 5-part investigation.