Though he was supposed to be in Georgia as part of a tour for his New York Times bestselling book, “The Courage To Be Free.” DeSantis only managed to mention the book twice — once when he first took the stage and just before he left the stage.
Board members picked to oversee the governance of Disney World said their predecessors pulled a fast one on them by passing restrictive covenants that strip the new board of many of its powers.
A parents' rights activist, a Christian nationalist and three lawyer donors now have control over Walt Disney World's development capabilities, thanks to a bill signed by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
DeSantis dealt another blow to Walt Disney World's autonomy by signing a bill on Monday to take control of the company's development board. Critics say the move looks like retaliation.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Going into his State of the Union speech, President Biden's approval rating was underwater in Georgia. With 2024 around the corner, our panel breaks down the appeals he made to Georgia's voters and where he might have fallen flat.
The organization released the new curriculum for the Advanced Placement course after Florida rejected the pilot. The revisions removed units on Black feminist literary thought and Black Lives Matter.
Attorney Ben Crump announced a potential lawsuit against the Florida governor after the state rejected a new Advanced Placement course, which the College Board now says it will revise.
After disappointing results in this year's elections, Republicans are reevaluating their antipathy to mail voting.
Friday on Political Rewind: Partisan politics has paused between Florida Governor DeSantis and the Biden administration in the wake of #HurricaneIan.
Plus a judge handed down a ruling that may mean trouble for Rivian.
And Jimmy Carter celebrates his 98th birthday over the weekend.
Hurricane Ian tore into western Cuba as a major hurricane Tuesday and left 1 million people without electricity. Now it's on a collision course with Florida over warm Gulf waters expected to strengthen it into a catastrophic Category 4 storm.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Confidence in election integrity remains a concern for voters as the Secretary of State's Office replaces voting machines in Coffee County. Meanwhile, the Atlanta Braves' trip to the White House pitches political fastballs for state Republicans and Democrats.
Hurricane Ian is nearing Cuba on a track to strike Florida as a Category 4 as early as Wednesday. Ian is already getting stronger and is forecast to move quickly over Cuba's western tip on Monday. Then it will turn northward and slow down over warm Gulf of Mexico waters, conditions ripe for brewing the strongest hurricanes.
The rejected books make up a record 41% of the 132 books submitted for review, the Florida Department of Education said in a statement.
Florida's Senate passed a bill Tuesday that aims to limit discussions of sexual orientation and gender identity in schools. Gov. Ron DeSantis has signaled support for the legislation.
The school said having the professors testify was "adverse" to the university's interests, marking a departure from normal procedure and raising major concerns about freedom of speech.