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Audience members listen to President Obama talk about immigration in 2011 in El Paso, Texas. Hispanic voters face a choice this election season: continue to support Obama despite being disproportionately hurt by the economic downturn, or turn to Republicans at a time when many GOP presidential hopefuls have taken a hard line on immigration. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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Who Will Win Over America's Latino Voters?

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Visitors to the 2012 Philadelphia International Flower Show entered through a wave-like tunnel. The show's theme was "Hawaii: Islands of Aloha." Courtesy of PHS hide caption

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Flower Power: Philly Show Eyes More Than Gardeners

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K Ishibashi, who performs under the name Kishi Bashi, will perform at SXSW Friday. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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From Thousands Of Bands, Four SXSW Discoveries

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