Florida has made a disturbing return to the election spotlight 18 years after the drama that launched George W Bush's presidency.
With the passage of the amendment, Floridians with prior felony convictions will now have their voting rights automatically restored after completing probation and parole - bringing…
Nationally, more than 6 million people, including one in 13 African Americans, have lost their right to vote. Comparatively, only one in 56 non-black adults is disenfranchised.
The mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida revived the deeply divided sentiments of Americans over the Second Amendment and gun control.
Lorena, 16, is among a new wave of Florida shooting survivors determined to add their uniquely powerful voices to the cause of gun control.