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How starving public health fueled a COVID fire in Florida

As the nation starved its public health system, staffing and funding fell faster and unprepared.

Miami ICU nurse: I have never in my life seen so many deaths

Rublas Ruiz is a nurse in Miami’s Kendall Regional Medical Center

Distrust of authority fuels virus misinformation for Latinos

False claims and conspiracy theories have dogged efforts to control the pandemic.

Virus Diary: Have toilet seat, will travel

Virus Diary, an occasional feature, showcases the coronavirus pandemic through the eyes of journalists.

With loan money gone, restaurants at mercy of coronavirus

Beleaguered restaurant owners across America are looking down on their empty wallets.

As racism protests roil US, Florida revisits dark past

The Ocoee massacre one of many that engulfed communities during the Jim Crow era.

Poll: Americans are the unhappiest they’ve been in 50 years

The survey draws on nearly a half-century of research from the General Social Survey.

Migrant towns in Florida become coronavirus hot spots in US

Several immigrant communities in Florida have recently experienced outbreaks of the coronavirus.

Thousands march through Florida’s cities, demanding change

It was one of dozens of mobilizations in Florida against police brutality.

Bars, theaters reopen in most of Florida from coronavirus

The state took another step away from the economic shutdown caused by the coronavirus outbreak.

Will virus keep Florida spectators from astronaut launch?

In the age of coronavirus, local officials and NASA are split on whether that’s a good idea.

Me and we: Individual rights, common good and coronavirus

Me and we — different flavors of freedom that compete but overlap — living together, but often at odds.

Gyms, museums and libraries set to reopen in Florida

The state will also increase restrictions on restaurant and retail store capacity from 25% to 50%.

Pandemic piles new pressures on foster children, caretakers

COVID-19 pandemic has made some foster kids’ already difficult situations “100 times worse.”

ER visits plummet in Florida, virus scares patients from care

Patients suffering from heart attacks and strokes are delaying or refusing care.

Walk, run or surf – but don’t sunbathe on Florida beaches

Some areas of Florida are beginning to reopen them with restrictions.

After the virus, how will Americans’ view of the world change?

The notion of a virus that came from a distant “elsewhere” stands to carve deeper grooves.

Virus alters Holy Week celebration worldwide, not the spirit

For Pope Francis and for Christians worldwide, this will be an Easter like none other.

Stay Home, Help Stop the Coronavirus Spread

What happens next depends on our government, politicians, health institutions but, in particular, all of us.

Just Get Through Today: Sheltering in Place Amid a Pandemic

My mind races. Two more weeks?? I try to shut it down. Just get through today.

How Long Will Americans Be Fighting the Coronavirus?

How long will this last? Scientists say there isn’t a simple answer.

Special Report: The Preventable Death of an Asylum Seeker from Cuba in Solitary Cell

Roylan Hernandez Diaz’s long journey ended inside a white-walled cell in the solitary confinement wing of a Louisiana prison.Nearby were the last of his...

Emilio Estefan, Miami’s Class Act World Ambassador

Emilio Estefan who is a whirlwind of activity with his ideas and influence has been asked to join L’ATTITUDE.

On the 100th Anniversary of the Negro Leagues, a Look Back at What Was Lost

Exclusion from Major League Baseball was hardly the most grievous injury African Americans suffered.

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