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Daniella Urbina, a field organizer for President Obama in Denver, appears in a Spanish-language campaign ad. YouTube hide caption

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Campaign Ads Target Latinos As A Key Issue Looms

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Sgt. Michael Clark and his fiancee, Kaitlin Forant, hold their son, Michael Clark Jr. It took time for the 18-month-old to recognize his father after Clark's deployment. Tom Dreisbach/NPR hide caption

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Frontlines Of Fatherhood: Catching Up After War

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Archaeologists from the Museum of London Archaeology recently excavated the site of the 16th-century Curtain Theatre, where Shakespeare staged some of his plays. Museum of London Archaeology/AP hide caption

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The Stage On Which Juliet First Called Out For Romeo

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A new biography of President Obama provides a rare glimpse of him as a young adult. In Barack Obama: The Story, journalist David Maraniss chronicles the president's "classic search for home." AP hide caption

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A Future President Finds Himself In New Obama Bio

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Racist graffiti on a wall in the Ukrainian city of Lviv earlier this month. A recent BBC report warned of widespread racism in Ukraine and Poland, the hosts of the European soccer championship. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Racism Fears Hinder Soccer Tourney's Unity Message

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David DiBenedetto, the editor-in-chief of Garden & Gun, holds an editorial meeting in the magazine's Charleston, S.C., offices. Debbie Elliott/NPR hide caption

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Like Good Bourbon, Magazine Is A Sip Of The South

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Sir Francis Drake became the first British explorer to make contact with Native Americans. Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger hide caption

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States Stake Claim On Sir Francis Drake's Landing

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