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Planned Parenthood Joins Campaign To Rid Miami Neighborhoods Of Zika

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Tropical Storm Colin brought big waves to Fort Myers Beach in Fort Myers, Fla., in early June. Given the threat of serious flooding, Gov. Rick Scott declared a state of emergency in the area. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Climate Change Complicates Predictions Of Damage From Big Surf

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A plane sprays pesticide over the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami on Aug. 6. That's just one way health officials are battling back Zika-carrying mosquitoes in the area. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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How Big, Really, Is The Zika Outbreak In Florida?

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South Florida's Seminole Cowboys: Cattle Is 'In Our DNA'

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Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., and Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., seen here in 2012, are both facing competitive elections in 2016. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption

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How To Lose The Senate In 82 Days

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Vanessa Gomez (left) with her son Ezra, 2, and her friend Cristy Fernandez with her 9-month-old-son River, in the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami. At least 14 people likely caught Zika from mosquitoes in the neighborhood, health officials say. Gomez calls that news "scary," but adds, "we cannot stop living our lives." Marta Lavandier/AP hide caption

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With Zika in Miami, What Should Pregnant Women Across The U.S. Do?

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Surgeon General Vivek Murthy looks at a sample of mosquitoes in Orlando, Fla., on Monday. With him is Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell and Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs. John Raoux/AP hide caption

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A Broward County, Fla., employee takes water samples in a yard to test for mosquito larvae in June. It's part of the county's mosquito control program. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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Democratic candidates visited the Central Florida Democratic Hispanic Caucus Voting Festival and Mock Election, which took place in Kissimmee, Fla. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Which Way Florida Goes Hinges On Puerto Rican Voters

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The blue-green algae is called cyanobacteria. It can release toxins that affect the liver and nervous system. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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'A Government-Sponsored Disaster': Florida Asks For Federal Help With Toxic Algae

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A Planned Parenthood clinic in Florida. The organization filed the lawsuits that led to injuctions in Florida and Indiana. Michele Sandberg/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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Young people from Husseini Islamic Center in Sanford, Fla., visit a makeshift memorial at the Dr. Phillips Center for Performing Arts on Tuesday in Orlando. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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How LGBTQ People Of Color Are Dealing With Orlando: Code Switch Podcast, Episode 4

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Tourists walk past the flag flying at half-staff at Disney's Epcot theme park in Orlando on Monday. Dewayne Bevil/Orlando Sentinel/TNS via Getty Images hide caption

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Orlando's Tourism Industry Hopes To Overcome A Nightmarish Week

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