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Fla. Teen's Shooter Still Free; Lack Of Evidence Cited

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State Prosecutor Probes Trayvon Martin Case

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A man rides his bicycle past a billboard welcoming Pope Benedict XVI, just days before his arrival, in Havana, Cuba. Pope Benedict's trip to Latin America includes Mexico and Cuba. Javier Galeano/AP hide caption

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Some Cuban-Americans Wary As Cuba Welcomes Pope

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Louisa McQueeney manages a small business in Lantana, Fla., shipping gift food and produce. She believes the new health care law could bring down her employee health care costs, but Florida Gov. Rick Scott disagrees, and he's leading the battle to strike down the law in court. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Vice President Joe Biden speaks about Republicans' proposed changes to Medicare, at Wynmoor Village retirement community in Coconut Creek, Fla., on Friday. Luis Alvarez/AP hide caption

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Florida's Gov. Rick Scott, seen here speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington last month, says of Medicaid, "It is absolutely not sustainable. If we do nothing, this line will bankrupt our state." J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington last month. The first-term Republican has been mentioned as a possible vice presidential pick. Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times/Landov hide caption

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Fishermen work near the Scarabeo-9 oil rig off the coast of Cuba. U.S. officials are concerned about the potential impact in the case of a spill. Javier Galeano/AP hide caption

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U.S. Watches Closely As Oil Drilling Begins Off Cuba

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A for-sale sign hangs in front of a Homestead, Fla., home. In 2009, Florida lawyer Tom Ice deposed a bank employee who admitted to signing hundreds of mortgage documents in a day without reading them. J. Pat Carter/AP hide caption

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