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Intersection

Intersection: Guns & Hurricanes


After the mass shooting in Las Vegas politicians in Florida responded with thoughts and prayers for the victims, and in some cases policy. As details about the shooting emerge some lawmakers are renewing calls for restrictions on certain types of firearms and accessories. So what’s the political appetite in Florida for some of this legislation?
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Damage from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Photo:  Puerto Rico National Guard by Sgt. Jose Ahiram Diaz-Ramos
Intersection

Intersection: Hurricane Maria’s Aftermath In Puerto Rico


Gas, food, water, a cell signal. These are in short supply in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. How do supplies get from the ports to where they’re needed? How are Puerto Rican residents communicating on the island and with family in Florida after the hurricane dealt a massive blow to the cell service?
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Hal Kushner and Lynn Novick. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Intersection

Intersection: The Vietnam War


PBS is airing The Vietnam War, a 10 part documentary directed by Lynn Novick and Ken Burns. Novick and Daytona Beach resident Dr. Hal Kushner, who was a prisoner of war and is featured in the documentary join Intersection for a conversation about the war.
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