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Here's the latest for Wednesday Sept. 15th. California Gov. Gavin Newsom survives recall vote; North Korea fires missiles; Capitol Hill police prepare security before rally; Flooding from Tropical Storm Nicholas.

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California's recall election revealed dwindling Democratic support among Latino voters, but experts are mixed on what that means for future elections

Hispanic voters were among those who chose to keep Newsom, a Democrat, in office, but they did so at a smaller margin than in past elections.

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