Will Nevada Remain A Blue State In November?

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Last year, the Annex de Martissant area of Port-au-Prince was a camp for displaced people. The area was filled with tents. Today, locals are building sturdier shelters with funding from the American Red Cross. Marisa Penaloza/NPR hide caption

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The Challenge Of Measuring Relief Aid To Haiti

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Seventy-three temporary wooden shelters were built last month by the American Red Cross together with other nongovernmental organizations in the Cite Soleil neighborhood of Port-au-Prince. Some residents of the new settlement, Village Carvil, have already added living space with tarps. Marisa Penaloza/NPR hide caption

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Two Years After Quake, Many Haitians Await Aid

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Elicia Andre, who says she used to be much larger — a sign of affluence in Haiti — is now skin and bones. Marisa Penaloza/NPR hide caption

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In Haiti, Hope Is Still Hard To Find

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LA Police Arrest Suspect In Arson String

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Kim's Death Met With Joy, Concern In Koreatown

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Lucas Brinson, 21, takes on the role of a human microphone, relaying information throughout New York City's Zuccotti Park Occupy Wall Street encampment days before protests were cleared out by police in mid-November. Bebeto Matthews/AP hide caption

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Battle Cry: Occupy's Messaging Tactics Catch On

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LAPD Praised For Its Approach To Occupy Protesters

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A resident talks with a Los Angeles police officer after another officer was wounded during a shooting in the city in August. Under a program the LAPD is rolling out this month, computer statistics will be used to predict where a crime will occur. Officials hope that the technique will help reduce crime. Nick Ut/AP hide caption

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At LAPD, Predicting Crimes Before They Happen

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Fishermen and visitors gather at the beach in the village of Popotla, Mexico, some 15 miles south of the U.S.-Mexico border, in July 2010. Illegal immigrants are increasingly looking to the ocean, as they consider crossing overland more risky. Guillermo Arias/AP hide caption

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Small Fishing Boats Smuggle People To California

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Occupy Violence Reignites Criticism Of Oakland Police

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President Obama, seen here in North Chesterfield, Va., last week, is on a campaign swing through the West this week, making stops in California, Nevada and Colorado — states with significant Hispanic populations.

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Latino Republicans Find Party A Tough Sell

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Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca leads a tour inside the men's central jail at the Twin Towers Correctional Facility in Los Angeles in 2004. Baca is accused of ignoring inmate abuse by his deputies. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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L.A. Sheriff Pressured To Resign Over Abuse Claims

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