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Intersection

Intersection: Rubio’s Back, Dem’s Sit In & Pulse Raises Funds


The weeks of mourning and mobilizing in Orlando are giving way to long-term discussions regarding gun legislation and the effectiveness of the FBI and Orlando Police Department. Then, the alliance between members of various minority communities – more specifically Latinos and the LGBT. Is this something new? Will the tragedy, in a way, help bridge the gap of LGBT acceptance in the Latino community? And, Marco Rubio announced on his website on Wednesday that he will be seeking re-election after all. Will his sudden change of heart score against him and does it even matter?
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Orlando City Soccer supporters brought banners to the vigil. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Voices From Sunday Night’s Pulse Vigil In Orlando


Lake Eola reflected the light of thousands of candles Sunday night in a huge vigil for the victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting. An estimated 50,000 people came to downtown Orlando to hear leaders from the city and county, and the LGBT and Latino communities reflect on the last week and raise a candle for the 49 killed and 53 wounded.
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Lake Eola, Orlando. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection: Friday News Round Table


As news broke early last Sunday of a shooting at Pulse nightclub, reporters scrambled to cover the story. Then details emerged of a shooting on an unimaginable scale. Today on Intersection- we’ll talk about covering the horror and the humanity of that night- and in the days that followed, unraveling the crime story, the politics and the stories of those who were killed and those who survived the massacre.
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A vigil was held Monday, June 13, on the lawn in front of the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.
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Intersection: Orlando Grieves


Orlando residents are still trying to come to grips with the enormity of Sunday’s shooting at Pulse nightclub. And many are turning to their places of worship for comfort and solace in the face of incomprehensible tragedy.
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ORMC’s Dr. Joshua Corsa posts a photo of his work shoes to Facebook after responding in the ER. Photo: Facebook
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Intersection: The First Responders & Calls For Gun Legislation


Survivors of the Pulse nightclub shooting have described a war-zone as they tried to hide from the gunman who killed 49 people and injured 53. Doctors who treated the injured said they had the kind of wounds they’d expect from military combat. So what’s it like for those first responders to a mass shooting?
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Photo: Florida’s State Attorney General Pam Bondi
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Intersection: Trump University, Pam Bondi and Bernie in Puerto Rico


Questions are piling up about Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi and her decision not to investigate allegations of fraud at Trump University. The New York Attorney General is investigating the case, but Bondi decided not to right around the time she accepted a campaign contribution from Trump. Are Trump supporters worried about the optics here?
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Construction workers broke ground on the new stadium in 2014 and expect to complete by early next soccer season. Photo: Orlando City Soccer.
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Intersection: EB-5 Visas, State Legislative Races & Soccer


The Orlando City Soccer Club grabbed headlines when news broke that it’s luring foreign investors with green cards as a way to help build the new stadium in Orlando. Intersection talks to  Gonzalo Lopez Jordan, from the company that’s reaching out to foreign nationals who want a green card and have the cash to put towards this new stadium.
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