A man walks past a campaign sign for Enrique Pena Nieto, of the opposition Institutional Revolutionary Party. Mexicans vote for their next president on Sunday. Esteban Felix/AP hide caption

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Mexicans Lukewarm About Presidential Election

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Mexican Leftist Faces Uphill Task In Presidential Bid

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PRI candidate Enrique Pena Nieto campaigns in Mexico City. Pena Nieto is heavily favored in Mexico's presidential election on Sunday. He says his party, which has been out of power for 12 years after ruling for seven decades, has changed its ways. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Mexico's Election: A Fresh Face For An Old Party

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A man wearing a mask holds up a machete during a protest in May against a possible return of the old ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party in Mexico City. Eduardo Verdugo/AP hide caption

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Mexico's Youth Make Voices Heard Ahead Of Vote

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Chef Javier Plascencia finds inspiration for his dishes at the Mercado Hidalgo, a huge indoor market in Tijuana Melanie Stetson Freeman/Christian Science Monitor/Getty Images hide caption

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Chef Tempts Tourists Back To Tijuana By Focusing On The Food

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Devils, Kings To Meet In Stanley Cup Finals Game 1

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Calif. Hopes For A Preakness Win

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Dreamworks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg, shown at CinemaCon 2012, has donated $2 million to the pro-Obama superPAC Priorities USA Action. Chris Pizzello/AP hide caption

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Head Of Shrek's Studio Puts Millions Behind Obama

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Fullerton police officer Manuel Ramos at the preliminary hearing in the death of Kelly Thomas, a mentally ill homeless man. Ramos and fellow officer Jay Cicinelli will stand trial for Thomas' death. Getty Images hide caption

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Cops To Stand Trial In Homeless Man's Beating Death

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Accident During Yacht Race Leaves Three Dead

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Smoke rises as fires burn out of control near Vermont Street in Los Angeles on April 30, 1992. Riots erupted after L.A. police officers were acquitted in the beating of black motorist Rodney King. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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Teaching The L.A. Riots At Two City Schools

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Los Angeles police form a line to keep a crowd from entering a building on April 30, 1992. Twenty years after the L.A. riots, most civil rights and community groups give the LAPD high marks for progress. Nick Ut/AP hide caption

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After Riots, Scandal Sparked Reform In LAPD

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Bill Maher, shown here at a 2011 event in Los Angeles, gave $1 million to the superPAC supporting President Obama's re-election bid. Chris Pizzello/AP hide caption

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Bill Maher's Obama SuperPAC Donation Causing Stir

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