Is Disney actually the happiest place on earth? More Disney worker confessions (and lots of other stuff) can be found on Whisper.
The silly and strange animator behind The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack discusses the inspiration for his charmingly bizarre work — and how he learned to embrace failure.
Hispanic Heritage Month kicks off Sept. 15 and this is how dozens of Latinos across the country self-identify and answer the question: #WhatLatinoMeansToMe.
We will never, ever “Let It Go.”
You’ll finally feel like part of the show.
Miranda Larkin’s school told her the outfit was to embarrass her and make sure she never does it again.
Police said Lily Marie Hartwell tried to burn her house down Thursday morning while her mother and sister slept inside.
SWAT teams swarmed a hotel in Tampa to arrest a suspect in a quadruple killing, and found the four-year-old boy believed to be his son.
Boasting 100,000 residents over the age of 55, The Villages may be the fastest growing city in America. It’s a notorious boomtown for boomers who want to spend their golden years with access to 11 a.m. happy hours, thousands of activities, and no-strings-attached sex, all lorded over by one elusive billionaire.
“We smile not because it’s over, but because it happened.”
“That ain’t a challenge — you motherfuckers just sweating.”
“Darling, it’s better, down where it’s wetter, take it from me.”
Oh Florida, never stop being you.
It’s more than a region, it’s a state of mind.
Florida detectives accuse Pedro Bravo of killing his former friend, and a photo on his iPhone showing a Siri exchange with the statement “I need to hide my roommate” was introduced in court.
“Every win in court brings us closer than we’ve ever been to the freedom to marry in Florida,” said Nadine Smith of Equality Florida in a statement after the ruling, which applies to the state’s Broward County.
The ruling applies to Miami-Dade County and agrees with another ruling issued last week.
“I got him in a bloody puddle for you, officer,” the father says in newly released audio of the 911 call.
The woman sued R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., the second largest tobacco company in the U.S., for the death of her husband.
Asked by police if any weapons were involved, the father said, “my foot and my fist.” WARNING: Graphic image.
The ruling only applies to Florida’s Monroe County, and orders the clerk there to begin issuing licenses no sooner than July 22.
Curtis Reeves Jr. was released on bail this week. He is allowed to go to church, the grocery store, and his doctor’s office.
There’s no such thing as “Irish” potatoes?!
Updated: Eddie Wayne Davis became the seventh person to be executed in Florida this year. The U.S. Supreme Court denied his last-minute appeal to stop the execution.
Time to break out my winter hoodie.
A Florida teen faces burglary charges after breaking into a home, eating some food, and falling asleep.
She allegedly said she “forgot how much she loved fire” after burning them on the arm.