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Colorado Candidates Face Off in Spanish-Only Debate
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Heavy Downpours Cause Flooding in Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires, Argentina, was flooded on Wednesday in the wake of torrential rains that lashed the capital.
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Pew's Latest Survey Of Latino Voters
Ahead of the midterms, what do Hispanic voters think of President Obama, both political parties, immigration and the country's direction? Here's a look.
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Rep. Joaquin Castro says he's doing his share to help Democrats nationally and in Texas with election costs.
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Immigration Protester Interrupts Obama Speech
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The Cuban government is encouraging women to have babies and turn around its falling birth rate, which is now the lowest in Latin America.
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Never Played Basketball: Student Wins $10K With Half-Court Shot
"I've never played basketball in my life," Tamayo, who plays center midfielder on the Tennessee college's soccer team, told NBC News Tuesday.
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Colorado's election has been underway through mail-in ballots. Both parties are heavily courting Hispanics, who are now 14 percent of eligible voters.
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