Facing South Florida: COVID Vaccine MistrustFebruary is Black History Month. Part of that history includes instances of scientific misconduct that has led to African-American mistrust of the medical community, and in turn the new COVID-19 vaccine.
Facing South Florida: One-On-One With State Rep. Daniel PerezJim interviews State Representative Daniel Perez, who is in line to be Speaker of the Florida House.
Facing South Florida: Interview With Retired FBI Agent Richard Stout On Fallen ColleaguesFacing South Florida host Jim DeFede spoke this week to retired FBI agent Richard Stout about his two fallen colleagues.
Facing South Florida: 1-On-1 With Rep. Debbie Wasserman SchultzJim DeFede and Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz discussed the divisive events surrounding Georgia Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, the far-right conspiracy theorist, among other things.
Facing South Florida: 1-On-1 With Charlie CristJim DeFede interviewed Congressman Charlie Crist, who is interested in challenging Gov. Ron DeSantis in 2022 to get his old job back.
Facing South Florida: Immigration ReformOn his first day in office, President Joe Biden proposed sweeping immigration reform that would create a pathway for citizenship to 11 million people in this country illegally.
Facing South Florida: Central Themes Of Joe Biden's Inaugural AddressJim DeFede took a closer look at the two central themes of Joe Biden's inaugural address: unity and truth.
Facing South Florida: Sanctuary CitiesJim DeFede interviews Paul Chavez, an attorney with the Southern Poverty Law Center, about a lawsuit regarding so called 'sanctuary cities.'
Facing South Florida: Crisis at the CapitolJim DeFede interviews Congresswoman Frederica Wilson about the deadly insurrection at the Capitol and more.
Facing South Florida: Crisis At The CapitolJim DeFede interviewed Congressman Ted Deutch in the aftermath of the crisis at the Capitol.
Facing South Florida: Coronavirus VaccineJim DeFede interviewed Jared Moskowitz, the president of Florida Emergency Management, about all things COVID vaccine.