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Movie-Theater Shootings Put Presidential Politics On Hold

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Rubio On Compromise, Immigration And His 'Union Activist' Past

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We Stand At The Doorstep Of A Foreclosed House. Then We Go In

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Fresh from a confident debate performance, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney was jaunty as he campaigned at the Hispanic Leadership Network's lunch in Miami on Friday. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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Heading Into Final Fla. Swing., GOP Candidates Keep Courting Latino Voters

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Florida Sen. Marco Rubio speaks at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif. in August. Rubio's dispute with Univision has provoked a boycott of the network's presidential debate.

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Rubio's Veep Prospects Could Be Fueling Boycott Of GOP Debate

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