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President Trump Will Have An Even Bigger Impact On Palm Beach, Fla.

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The Trump National Doral luxury resort near Miami is Donald Trump's biggest revenue generator. As president, he will be able to steer environmental and labor policies that could boost the income from his golf courses. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Trump's Doral Golf Course Highlights His Conflicts Of Interest

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The walls at Eneida Hartner Elementary are now covered in art, including murals by Dutch artist duo Pipsqueak was here!!! and Holland-based David Junelouf. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Art That Transformed A Miami Neighborhood Now Making Its Schools Cool

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Hamlin oranges are washed, graded and packed for shipment at the Dundee Citrus Growers Association packing house in Lake Hamilton, Florida. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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After A Sour Decade, Florida Citrus May Be Near A Comeback

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Versailles Restaurant Is A Mainstay In South Florida's Cuban Community

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Cuban-Americans Mark The Passing Of Fidel Castro

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On The Death Of Fidel Castro: The View From Miami

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Republican Rep. Carlos Curbelo prepares to speak at a Miami-Dade County school board meeting. Curbelo began his political career on the school board. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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After Criticizing Trump, Miami GOP Congressman Prepares To Work With Him

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Protest signs at the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District board's meeting Saturday in Marathon, Fla. Greg Allen/Greg Allen hide caption

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Florida Keys Approves Trial Of Genetically Modified Mosquitoes To Fight Zika

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Members of the Republican Governors Association hold a plenary session at their conference in Orlando, Fla., on Tuesday. John Raoux/AP hide caption

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Republican Governors Thrilled With Increased Influence In Washington

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Across The Country, Thousands Protest Donald Trump's Victory

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Photos taken before Hurricane Matthew (Sept. 6, 2014, above) and after (Oct. 13, 2016, below) show that the storm cut a new inlet between the Atlantic Ocean and the Matanzas River near St. Augustine, Fla., stripping away a 12-foot dune and carrying sand into the estuary. USGS hide caption

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Hurricane Matthew Took A Big Bite Out Of Southeastern States' Beaches

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Joseph Blackman, a Miami-Dade County mosquito control inspector, at work in Miami. Mosquitoes infected with Zika are now spreading the illness in at least four different parts of the city, according to federal health officials. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Zika May Be In The U.S. To Stay

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Jan Mapou in his bookstore, Libreri Mapou, in Miami's Little Haiti. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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To Be An American, Says This Haitian-American, Means You Have A Voice

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