by Katie Valentine Jun 16, 2015 Updated: Jun 15, 2015
A conservative group wants to make it easier for Floridians to purchase solar, but it's running into some opposition.
by Alice Ollstein Jun 15, 2015
On many key issues -- from climate change to health care to the minimum wage -- Bush's policies are in direct contradiction to what a majority of Latino voters want.
by Alice Ollstein Jun 15, 2015 Updated: Jun 15, 2015
How Jeb Bush's record on tax cuts, stem cells, marijuana and the death penalty reverberate in Florida today.
by Joe Romm Jun 4, 2015
We may not have reached "peak sand" yet, but we have reached "peak beaches." Taxpayers are propping up wildly inflated coastal property values. At some point, we’ll stop doing that, and coastal property values will crash.
by Josh Israel May 20, 2015
If you’re the president of the United States, you’re seen as the chief democrat in the world, person with the moral authority to talk about democracy. You cannot have people who hobnob with vicious tyrants."
by Emily Atkin May 20, 2015
In South Florida, adapting to sea level rise is a necessity. But a new administration could make adaptation more difficult for the region.
by Josh Israel May 19, 2015
National Security Advisor Susan Rice recently condemned The Gambia's president for comments warning gay citizens, "I will slit your throat."
by Josh Israel May 17, 2015
Rubio repeatedly refused to answer Chris Wallace's simple question.
by Alice Ollstein May 15, 2015
Online voter registration is spreading across the country, but some states are moving in the opposite direct.
by Sam P.K. Collins May 5, 2015
“If we found one black farmer growing that many plants, it would be surprising.”