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Mark Zuckerberg, founder and chief executive officer of Facebook Inc., attends the TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2013 conference in San Francisco onSept. 11, 2013.

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Mark Zuckerberg, founder and chief executive officer of Facebook Inc., attends the TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2013 conference in San Francisco onSept. 11, 2013.

Zuckerberg: Here for Immigration

Mark Zuckerberg is in town. Not for his Facebook. For immigration reform, he says at an Atlantic Live forum in Washington. Zuckerberg: “If you poll the majority of Americans, they want to get this done.” #immigration #timeisnow @Atlantic_Live #AtlanticLIVE #CIR...

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President George W. Bush is pictured observing the path of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans from a window of Air Force One on Aug. 31, 2005.

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President George W. Bush is pictured observing the path of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans from a window of Air Force One on Aug. 31, 2005.

Navy Yard Like Katrina — And Now?

What is it about this photograph the evokes another president’s fly-by photograph? The image made by White House photographer Pete Souza pictures President Barack Obama receiving an update on the Washington Navy Yard shootings from FBI Director James Comey, to the...

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A migrant worker from Mexico hangs Burley tobacco on September 9, 2013 in Pleasureville, Kentucky.

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A migrant worker from Mexico hangs Burley tobacco on September 9, 2013 in Pleasureville, Kentucky.

Immigration ‘Dead?’ for 2013 — Obama: ‘It Shouldn’t Be’

Is immigration reform “dead” for 2013? President Barack Obama says: “It shouldn’t be.” In an interview airing on Spanish-language Noticias Telemundo this evening, Obama tells interviewer Jose Diaz-Balart — brother of one of the lead Republicans on immigration in the...

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Stickers in English and Spanish are available for voters at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library on November 6, 2012 in Washington, DC.

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Stickers in English and Spanish are available for voters at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library on November 6, 2012 in Washington, DC.

Obama: ‘Sí, se Puede’ Communicate

President Barack Obama has taken at least one good page from George W. Bush’s book. He knows how to go around the Washington media. Obama, however, has taken it a step further. He knows how to go around the English-speaking...

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Actress Eva Longoria participates in an Early Vote Canvass Kickoff in West Palm Beach, Florida.

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Actress Eva Longoria participates in an Early Vote Canvass Kickoff in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Bloomberg by the Numbers: 70

That was President Barack Obama’s job approval rating among Hispanics in January, according to Gallup. The figure is close to the 71 percent support Obama received from Hispanic voters in the 2012 election, according to a national exit poll. Republican...

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Volunteer Ginny Barahona of Washington hands out buttons before first lady Michelle Obama spoke at a Hispanic caucus on Sept. 5, 2012, in Charlotte.

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Volunteer Ginny Barahona of Washington hands out buttons before first lady Michelle Obama spoke at a Hispanic caucus on Sept. 5, 2012, in Charlotte.

Obama on Immigration: ‘Sí Se Puede’

So Univision planted the question, and the answer: “Will we have immigration reform by the end of this year?” interviewer Maria Elena Salinas asked President Barack Obama in one of the two Spanish-language TV interviews he gave about immigration today. He...

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Arizona Dream Act Coalition staff members, who advocate for young immigrants. Photograph by Ross D. Franklin/AP Photo

Arizona Dream Act Coalition staff members, who advocate for young immigrants. Photograph by Ross D. Franklin/AP Photo

Obama: Immigration Reform Coming

When’s the last time Telemundo got a question near the top of a presidential news conference? What was the Hispanic vote for president on Nov. 6? President Barack Obama 71 percent, Republican Mitt Romney 27 percent. Immigration reform, the president...

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Kelly Romney, a second cousin of Mitt Romney, in the Mormon community of Colonia Juarez, Mexico. The candidate's father, George, was born in Mexico, and he still has extended family there, relatives born and raised in the border state of Chihuahua who support his candidacy but not his tough stance on immigration.

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Kelly Romney, a second cousin of Mitt Romney, in the Mormon community of Colonia Juarez, Mexico. The candidate's father, George, was born in Mexico, and he still has extended family there, relatives born and raised in the border state of Chihuahua who support his candidacy but not his tough stance on immigration.

‘Soy Mitt Romney’ — the Softer Side

“Soy Mitt Romney,” says the sponsor at the end of the new Spanish-language TV ad touting un “pais de immigrates.” A nation of immigrants — like narrator Craig Romney’s grandfather, Mexico-born. The Republican Party’s presumptive presidential nominee has been advised...

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Latino supporters of Barack Obama in Orlando.

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Latino supporters of Barack Obama in Orlando.

Obama’s Hispanic Edge: Same as ’08

The evidence of President Barack Obama’s advantage among Hispanic voters is the one consistent strain of much of the public opinion polling this year. More evidence: In that NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released today portraying a dead-heat in the...

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