Allen West Faces Challenge After Redistricting
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Obama Campaign Looks To Black Churches In Fla.
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Dick Colon, one of the White House Boys, walks through grave sites near the Dozier School for Boys in Marianna, Fla. Several men who suffered abuse and severe beatings believe the crosses mark the graves of boys who were killed at the school, victims of punishments that went too far. Phil Coale/AP hide caption

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Florida's Dozier School For Boys: A True Horror Story
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GOP's Mack Still Struggling Against Fla. Incumbent
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Romney Campaigns In Florida, Obama In California
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Venezuelans In Fla. Face 900-Mile Trip To Vote
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A volunteer hands out buttons before first lady Michelle Obama speaks at a Hispanic caucus on Sept. 5 in Charlotte, N.C. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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Campaigns Targeting Hispanics, But With Tight Focus
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A sign directs voters to polls at a polling station on Nov. 4, 2008, in Shallotte, N.C. Logan Mock-Bunting/Getty Images hide caption

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In North Carolina, Latino Voters Could Be Crucial To Winning The State
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Rep. David Rivera, R-Fla., speaks in Coral Gables in November 2010. Rivera is under investigation by state and federal authorities for allegedly misusing campaign funds. Alan Diaz/AP hide caption

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Investigation Dims GOP's Hopes For Holding On To House Seat In Fla.
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Sandra Boden holds a photo of her son, Jason, during a Task Force on Citizen Safety and Protection hearing. Prosecutors told Boden that Florida's Stand Your Ground law prevented them from filing charges against the person who shot and killed Jason. J Pat Carter/AP hide caption

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Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' Law Likely To Remain
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Bill Clinton Stumps For Obama In Miami
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Princess Cruise Lines, which operates the mammoth cruise ship Star Princess (above), is being sued after allegedly ignoring a Panamanian fishing boat in distress. Two men died when the boat sank; one man survived. Dan Peled/AP hide caption

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Princess Cruises Says Video Disproves Guilt
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Gulf Coast Begins Recovery Efforts After Isaac
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Effects Of Issac Linger, Power Is Out For Many
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