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Marco Rubio speaks to supporters in West Miami in 2010 before declaring his candidacy in the U.S. Senate. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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It's All Politics

Sights Set On The White House, But It Started In West Miami

When Sen. Marco Rubio's parents came to the U.S., they put down roots in West Miami, a nearly all-Cuban neighborhood. That's where the senator and his family still live.

Corn Arthur Russell
Tangram (Set 1) Tangerine Dream
My Burr Minotaur Shock
Emblica Officinalis MF Doom

Marco Rubio speaks to supporters in West Miami in 2010 before declaring his candidacy in the U.S. Senate. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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Sights Set On The White House, But It Started In West Miami

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El Taxi Pitbull
Khlever Lower Spectrum
Ramoulin Version Ernest Ranglin
The Hungry Years
Still D.R.E. Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg
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A Confederate flag that's part of a Civil War memorial on the grounds of the South Carolina Statehouse flies during a Martin Luther King Day rally in 2008. The state is under fire for continuing to fly the flag. Getty Images hide caption

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S.C. State Legislator Hopes To Remove Confederate Flag This Summer

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Shake It Off Steve Petrunak
Spazz-O-Matic

Serbian protesters hold a banner that reads: "Serbia-Russia, we don't need the European Commission" on March 21 in Belgrade. The marchers were from a Serbian nationalist organization opposed to the government, which has pursued closer ties with Western Europe. Darko Vojinovic/AP hide caption

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Russia And The West Play Tug Of War; Serbia Feels Caught In The Middle

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Return to Patagonia Lemon Jelly
Leave the Bones Behind Black Milk & Blu
Book Two S. Maharba

Raisin farmer Marvin Horne stands in a field of grapevines planted in 1918 next to his home in Kerman, Calif. Horne was elated by Monday's Supreme Court decision. "It's just an affirmation in our Constitution and the American way of life," he said. Gary Kazanjian/AP hide caption

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This California Raisin Grower Just Got His Day In The Sun

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Maker's March Raisinhill
Candy Coated Intelligence

Pat Thomas' new album, Pat Thomas and Kwashibu Area Band, brings the West African genre of highlife into the 21st century. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Back In Ghana, Pat Thomas Gives New Life To Highlife

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Gyae Su Pat Thomas & Kwashibu Area Band

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