Young people from Husseini Islamic Center in Sanford, Fla., visit a makeshift memorial at the Dr. Phillips Center for Performing Arts on Tuesday in Orlando. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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How LGBTQ People Of Color Are Dealing With Orlando: Code Switch Podcast, Episode 4

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Tourists walk past the flag flying at half-staff at Disney's Epcot theme park in Orlando on Monday. Dewayne Bevil/Orlando Sentinel/TNS via Getty Images hide caption

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Orlando's Tourism Industry Hopes To Overcome A Nightmarish Week

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Police officers stand guard down the street from the scene of a deadly mass shooting at the Pulse Orlando nightclub in Orlando, Fla., early in the morning on Sunday. Authorities say at least 50 people died in the attack. Phelan M. Ebenhack/AP hide caption

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Brazlian jet maker Embraer employs about 600 people in Melbourne, Fla., and is expanding. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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With Shuttles Gone, Private Ventures Give Florida's Space Coast A Lift

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The mayor of Coral Gables, Fla., worries that the continued rise in sea levels could sink the property values of waterfront neighborhoods. PictureWendy/Flickr hide caption

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Rising Sea Levels Made This Republican Mayor A Climate Change Believer

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Louis Fernandez walks along a flooded Collins Avenue in Miami Beach in September 2015. The city is tackling sea-level rise by rebuilding roads and installing new storm sewers and pumps. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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As Waters Rise, Miami Beach Builds Higher Streets And Political Willpower

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Democratic House candidate Tim Canova, a former adviser to Bernie Sanders, is challenging Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Wilfredo Lee/AP hide caption

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Bernie Sanders Endorses The Man Trying To Unseat The Democratic Party Chair

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Key Haven, a Florida neighborhood about a mile east of Key West, is where a test of Oxitec's genetically engineered mosquitoes might take place later this year. Some neighbors have strongly dissented — at public meetings and via yard signs. Nancy Klingener/WLRN hide caption

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Florida Keys Weigh Options For Battling Mosquitoes And Zika

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Rachelle Ianelli (left) and Austin Jacobs (middle) both archaeological students from University of Florida, together with Florida Public Archaeology Network representative Rachael Kangas, excavate a section at "Garden Patch," a settlement populated after rising seas forced people to leave Bird Island. Neill Wallis/University of Florida hide caption

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What Can We Learn From Early Floridians On Sea-Level Rise?

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Altamonte Springs, Fla., is helping pay for Uber rides that begin and end in the city. The city is the first in the country to partially subsidize Uber fares. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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The Newest Public Transportation In Town: Uber

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