Emilio Navaira during the 4th Annual Latin Grammy Awards in Miami in 2003. The musician has died at the age of 53. Michael Caulfield Archive/WireImage/GettyImages hide caption

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Time is running out for a conservative to launch a national third-party presidential campaign, as Ross Perot did in 1992. Doug Mills/AP hide caption

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Is It Too Late For A Third-Party Presidential Candidate To Run?
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Detained immigrant children line up in the cafeteria at the Karnes County Residential Center, in Karnes City, Texas, a temporary home for immigrant women and children detained at the border. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Federal securities regulators have filed civil fraud charges against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton over recruiting investors to a high-tech startup while he was a member of the state House of Representatives. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Houston Prepares Now For Zika's Potential Arrival This Summer
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Supporters of abortion rights rallied Wednesday outside the U.S. Supreme Court, where justices heard arguments about a Texas law that imposed health and safety requirements on clinics in the state. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court Tests Texas' New Restrictions On Abortion
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