Aileen Wuornos Killed. I Knew Her. And I Know Why

Jasmine Hirst flew from Australia to film serial killer Aileen Wuornos' self-described confessional.

Florida's Unemployment 'Dream Team' Helps 50K Tackle a Broken System

A network of women across Florida is helping out-of-work people navigate a notoriously bad system to get their benefits.

Why Insurers Are Daring to Run at Even Bigger Risks

A wave of upstart insurers are trying to solve the industry's greatest risk.

How Voter ID Could Be Suppressing the Trans Vote

The number of trans voters affected has more than doubled since the last presidential election.


Covid's Wakeup Call | Episode Highlights

It’s time for Real Talk and Real Change.

She Went Fetish for Fun and Pandemic Profit

Romi Chase was a Polish linguist who moved to Miami.

The Surprise Spot for Curry for Breakfast? Florida

This small bird-themed diner in Lake Worth takes all the best parts of breakfast and adds curry.

What Made This Florida County Jump for Trump?

Could mass population growth in a conservative Florida county define the 2020 presidential race?.

The Woman of His Dreams Died. But He Didn't Let That Pull Them Apart

Dr Carl von Cosel’s obsession with a former patient didn’t stop when her heart did.

Can She Keep Miami Beach Above the Rising Sea?

Scientists research and politicians make laws, but bureaucrats like Susanne Torriente are where the rubber meets the (raised) road.

This Spooky Florida Drive Will Mess With Your Mind

At Spook Hill in Florida, it feels like you’re going uphill when you’re really going downhill.


The Food That Built America

The Food that Built America tells the unbelievable true stories behind the industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized food, and transformed American life and culture forever in the process.

How the Orange Bowl Gave Miami Its Groove Back

This festival helped improve Magic City’s economy and became one of college football’s greatest traditions.

This Badass Fruit and Milkshake Stand Started With the Best Sign Ever

It was an ingenious marketing plan — borne out of desperation in the 50s — that launched this must-see menagerie near the Everglades.

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