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Articles from September 9, 2016

2 Actors Take on 9 Roles in 'Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder'
When an actor auditions for a show and is called back to read again, that's a good sign. It means he or she is being seriously considered for a good part.As a rule, actors at callbacks expect to read opposite actresses, and vice versa, generally because...
2 Men Arrested, Charged with Hacking Senior US Officials
ALEXANDRIA, Va. * Two North Carolina men were arrested Thursday and charged in connection with a computer hacker network that allegedly targeted CIA Director John Brennan and other senior government officials.Federal prosecutors in Alexandria said Andrew...
Amazon Slashes Price, Adds Alexa to New Fire Tablet
at 11 a.NEW YORK * Despite a slump in overall tablet sales, Amazon is hoping for a boost this holiday season by cutting the price of its new Fire tablet almost in half and adding its popular voice assistant, Alexa.The new Fire HD 8 tablet will cost $90,...
Animated Creatures in 'The Wild Life' Aren't Very Lively
The animated film from Belgium-based studio nWave, "The Wild Life," doesn't have big-name voice talent, a creative storyline or a hit soundtrack. With its requisite group of ragtag animals and colorful island scenery, it's like the generic version of...
Area Schools Welcome Displaced ITT Tech Students with Open Arms
ST. LOUIS * Kevin Hilzinger was poised to start the first day of the quarter in his technical drafting and design program this week when he got the email. His school, ITT Technical Institute, was shutting down immediately.ITT Tech had four campuses in...
ATF Undercover Operations in St. Louis, Elsewhere Criticized
ST. LOUIS * Undercover operations conducted by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives in St. Louis and four other areas were criticized for inadequate planning, training and oversight in a Justice Department Office of Inspector General...
BenFred: Voit Hitting His Way onto Cardinals' Radar
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. * The switch-hitting slugger from St. Louis is known as "The Mayor" down here.Newcomers to the Class AA Cardinals seek out the hulking first baseman for tips until they have a feel for the area. Fans love pulling for the familiar face...
Best Bets: St. Louis Art Fair, Beyonc, Toby Keith, Blink-182, Kosher BBQ, SLSO and More
FRIDAYSt. Louis Art FairWhen 5-10 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday * Where Downtown Clayton * How much Free * More info culturalfestivals.comCheck out works ranging from ceramics and jewelry to metalwork and photography ...
Best of Building Blocks
Highlights from our real estate and development blog: STLtoday.com/buildingblocks.Former St. Louis school redone as lofts filling up * An unwanted St. Louis public school redone as loft apartments is three-fourths occupied after just a few months of...
Blue Oyster Cult Playing for Crowds Who Still like 'That Kind of Music'
Blue Oyster Cult has dusted off its million-selling "Agents of Fortune," which featured "(Don't Fear) the Reaper," on the occasion of the album's 40th anniversary.The classic-rock band has performed a handful of shows in New York City, Los Angeles, Dublin...
Bob Mould Seeks 'Truth within the Noise'
In the first verse of "Voices in My Head," the song that opens Bob Mould's latest album, "Patch the Sky," Mould sings about trying to make sense of the loss and loneliness he's experienced in recent times and about his attempt to silence the ghosts and...
Box Office Top 20: 'Don't Breathe' Stays No. 1 Again
The top movies at U.S. and Canadian theaters Sept. 2 through Monday, followed by distribution studio, gross, number of theater locations, average receipts per location, total gross and number of weeks in release, as compiled Tuesday by comScore:1. 'Don't...
Brewers Hammer Garcia, Cardinals
The man who started Thursday night's game here against Milwaukee is slated to face the Chicago Cubs here next Tuesday and the Giants at San Francisco on the Sunday after that as the Cardinals attempt to stay relevant in the National League wild-card...
Broncos Topple Newton, Panthers
DENVER * Denver's dominant defense came up big against Cam Newton again and the Broncos escaped with a 21-20 victory over the Carolina Panthers Thursday night when Graham Gano missed a 50-yard field goal with 4 seconds remaining.Newton was sacked three...
Brown, Richard Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church on Wednesday
Brown, RichardFortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church on Wednesday, September 7, 2016. Beloved husband of 51 years to Bonnie Brown (nee Budke); loving father of Kelly (Drue) Carney and Kimberly (Guy) Phillips; dear grandfather of Kevin, Samantha,...
Business Digest
Walgreens to divest more stores * Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc. said it likely would have to divest between 500 and 1,000 stores, more than its previous estimate, to win regulatory approval for its planned $9.4 billion acquisition of Rite Aid Corp. Walgreens,...
Cardinals Notes: Reyes, Rosenthal, Wacha Could Give Bullpen a Boost
A Cardinals bullpen down the stretch including Alex Reyes, Trevor Rosenthal and Michael Wacha? All as set-up men?Recent events are trending that way. Rosenthal, out since late July because of shoulder problems, has thrown two side sessions the last...
Castro Storms to a Lead at BMW
CARMEL, Ind. * Roberto Castro wants nothing more than to go home to Atlanta, and he took a soggy step in the right direction Thursday in the BMW Championship.Castro was just as good before the rain as he was after the storms cleared at Crooked Stick,...
Clinton Blasts Trump's Comments on Military Generals, Putin
CHARLOTTE, N.C. * Hillary Clinton blasted Donald Trump Thursday for his condemnation of American military generals and his praise for Russian President Vladimir Putin, saying her Republican opponent had "failed" at proving he can be commander in chief."Every...
Coal Miners Urge Congress to Save Health, Pension Funds
From 800 miles away, LaVerne Rehbein of Mascoutah was keenly aware of the United Mine Workers of America rally in Washington on Thursday.Her husband, Carlyn Rehbein, worked for St. Louis-based Peabody Energy for nearly 30 years. He died in February at...
College Football Notes: Illinois Trustees Approves Smith's Contract
University of Illinois trustees have approved a contract with football coach Lovie Smith that will pay him at least $21 million over six years.They approved initial terms for Smith after he was hired in March that were backloaded to pay him $10 million...
'Complete Unknown' Explores the Mystery of Identity
Tom (Michael Shannon) is none too pleased that his birthday cake has the wrong name on it. And he seems a bit ambivalent about a party held in his honor. But one of the attendees turns out to be quite a surprise: a woman named Alice (Rachel Weisz), whom...
Deaths Elsewhere
The Lady Chablis * The transgender performer, who became an unlikely celebrity for her role in the 1994 best-seller "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil," died Thursday (Sept. 8, 2016)in Savannah, Ga. She was 59.Ms. Chablis' sister, Cynthia Ponder,...
Digest
Ex-air force chief in Argentina convicted in 'dirty war' caseThe former head of Argentina's air force was convicted Thursday in the kidnapping and torture of a left-wing activist couple during the 1976-1983 dictatorship.The court then sentenced Omar...
Digest
CHESTERFIELD > City to help fund legal fight over limits on traffic fines * The Chesterfield City Council voted Wednesday join an effort by some St. Louis County communities to further challenge part of a Missouri law that restricts how much of a city's...
Don't Penalize Voters When the System Fails
Along with a growing number of my constituents, I am concerned about the developments surrounding the recent primary election in Missouri's 78th House District, which pitted incumbent Rep. Penny Hubbard against challenger Bruce Franks.From my very first...
Editorial: Municipal Court Audit Another Chapter in Wellston's Sad History
In 2009, the Wellston school district was dissolved and folded into Normandy schools. In 2015, Wellston's police department was dissolved and folded into the new North County Police Cooperative. Now comes state Auditor Nicole Galloway with a scathing...
Editorial: Putting Dad Back in the Family Picture Following Divorce
Successful divorces are not an oxymoron. Studies show they are a likely outcome when the best interests of children are the main priority for all concerned. Missouri legislators should take a bow for passing a new law that helps ensure more successful...
Fact-Based 'Sully' Reaches Dramatic Heights
Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger (Tom Hanks) is an airline pilot with decades of experience under his belt and an intuitive grasp of his craft. And that comes in handy when a freak occurrence threatens the lives of more than 150 people onboard US Airways...
Federal Judge Skeptical about Need for StingRay Secrecy in St. Louis Case
ST. LOUIS * A federal judge in a hearing here Thursday was skeptical that federal prosecutors needed to keep secret details about a sophisticated cellphone tracking device used to find a St. Louis man in 2014, but he has given lawyers more time to argue...
Franks Trips over Campaign Rules, Chalks It Up to Outsider Status
ST. LOUIS * A little more than $100 could have derailed the campaign by Bruce Franks Jr. to unseat state Rep. Penny Hubbard in last month's Democratic primary.When Franks entered the race this spring, he signed a sworn statement claiming he didn't knowingly...
Get Ready to Rock in the Park
For its seventh year in Forest Park, LouFest returns to its local roots, with a diverse lineup of rock, country, jazz, blues, soul, hip-hop and more. * Among the 36 acts performing on four stages this weekend will be more St. Louis acts than ever before....
House Republicans Press Administration on Iran Payment (Copy)
WASHINGTON * Officials of President Barack Obama's administration told Congress on Thursday that Iran wanted "immediate access" to $1.7 billion paid by the United States in cash to settle a decades- old arbitration claim between the two countries.At...
Lambert Airport Police to Get Social Security Benefits after All
About 70 Lambert-St. Louis International Airport police officers will keep their Social Security benefits after being told they weren't eligible.An agreement was reached Wednesday on those benefits at a meeting in Washington organized by Sen. Claire...
Law & Order
RIVERVIEW > Two shot, one dead * Police said Marvell Kindle, 26, was fatally shot about 9:15 p.m. Wednesday in the 10000 block of Diamond Drive, and that officers found a gunshot victim nearby who survived. Investigators were trying to determine whether...
Libertarian Johnson Takes Heat for 'What Is Aleppo?' Blunder
DENVER * If it was greater attention Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson wanted, he got it but probably not the kind he wanted.As part of a media blitz in New York to try to raise his polling numbers enough to qualify for the upcoming presidential...
Longtime Announcer Scully Goes out a Winner, Literally, at Fairmount Park
It wasn't much of a contest in the last race of the season at Fairmount Park, as Hotrod Stick pulled away Monday to win the 10th by nearly seven lengths. As usual, track announcer John Scully had a solid, emphatic call."Down to the wire, it's Hotrod...
LouFest: Aaron Kamm and the One Drops Name Their 5 Festival Faves
Aaron Kamm and the One Drops, whose latest album is "Feed the Meter," work hard to keep a "grassroots mentality" in their music. The reggae-jam band is based in St. Louis.The album is a "metaphor for the ever-increasing amount of money it costs to function...
LouFest: Band of Horses Is Back on Track with a New Album
"I'm in Fort Collins, Colo.," Ben Bridwell says over the phone. "Home of the Colorado State Somethings!"Bridwell seems in a particularly sunny mood this afternoon and why not? Maybe it's just a natural (or nature-assisted) Rocky Mountain high he's experiencing,...
LouFest: Electronic Band St. Lucia Shows Growth and More on 'Matter'
St. Lucia, the stage name of Jean-Philip Grobler, brings its indie electronic pop to the LouFest stage this weekend. The new album is "Matter."Grobler spoke with Go! Magazine about the music.What was your vision going into "Matter"? I didn't really have one,...
LouFest: iLLPHONiCS Name Their 5 Festival Favorites
St. Louis band iLLPHONiCS is busy promoting its new "Gone With the Trends" album on its biggest stage yet, this weekend at LouFest. "Gone With the Trends" is the band's first album with the Kansas City-based label Record Machine. Band members revealed...
LouFest: John Henry Names His 5 Festival Faves
St. Louis rocker John Henry has released a new project, "Dark City Dark Country," which he'll certainly explore in his LouFest set.He says the album is "me trying to explore the way the same experiences are viewed through the prism of where you are from....
LouFest: New Album by the Heavy Is Not to Be Taken Lightly
British retro-soul band the Heavy had to go through some heavy things to get through the making of its latest album, "Hurt & the Merciless."On the album, band members hashed out big issues they were going through in real life."We all had some emotional...
LouFest: Preservation Hall Jazz Band Explores Another Side of Its Music
The fact that the word "jazz" is right there in its name makes the Preservation Hall Jazz Band something of an anomaly at LouFest, even in a year that boasts the festival's most musically diverse lineup to date.But Benjamin Jaffe, bandleader and tuba...
LouFest: Stapleton Could Boost Festival's Already Strong Attendance Figures
When Chris Stapleton takes the stage Saturday at LouFest, fans will be watching one of country music's hottest performers.Stapleton was nominated for five Country Music Association awards last week, including the big one: entertainer of the year.His...
LouFest: The Kills' 'Ash & Ice' Is a Long Time Coming
The Kills' prolonged absence from the music scene comes with a good reason. The rock group's English guitarist, Jamie Hince, nearly lost his finger, slamming it in a car door a few years ago. The band's latest album, "Ash & Ice," is the first since "Blood Pressures"...
LouFest: The Sleepy Rubies Pinching Themselves over Festival Gig
The Sleepy Rubies have only officially been together since earlier this year, but Emily Wallace and Ali Ruby have already lined up a coveted spot: opening LouFest on Saturday."In no way was this expected or anticipated," says Ruby (vocals, piano). "How...
LouFest: Things to Know before You Go
LOUFEST: THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GOWhat's the best way to get there? The Forest Park streets immediately surrounding Central Fields will be closed to traffic and parking. If you're driving, be prepared to walk.Train and bus services are available to...
LouFest: Will Ms. Lauryn Hill's Energy Be Aligned by Show Time?
Is Ms. Lauryn Hill the victim of a bad rap, or was 2016 the year she got what was coming her way?We'll present the evidence and let you decide, while also pondering whether we should be worried about her LouFest performance Sunday night in Forest Park.Will...
Louie's Wine Dive Serves Conventional Fare with an Unconventional Wine Program
Louie's Wine Dive is located in the heart of downtown Clayton, which is your second clue that this 3-month-old restaurant and bar isn't really a dive. The first, of course, is its name. True dives never identify themselves as such.In fact, Louie's looks...
Media Views: Berman to Broadcast Rams' Opener on ESPN
Like 'em or loathe 'em, the Rams will be available on St. Louis television screens for the first two weeks of the regular season.The run begins with their nationally televised road contest Monday against San Francisco, which is the nightcap of the now traditional...
Medical Research Roundup
Following is a list of some of the medical research grants awarded to scientists in the area.Washington University School of MedicineThe scientist * Dr. William Hawkins, professor of surgeryThe grant * $10.4 million from the National Institutes of Health Specialized...
Messenger: In St. Louis, Purging Election Board Commissioners Is Long Tradition
Changing out commissioners on the Board of Elections has been a St. Louis tradition since at least 1936.That was the year that an in-depth Post-Dispatch investigation discovered that the 1935 election that cleared the way for the Jefferson Memorial to...
Mizzou Changes Course on New Football Facility
COLUMBIA, MO. * One week on the job and new Missouri athletics director Jim Sterk has already resurrected plans for a new football team facility south of Memorial Stadium.On Thursday, the athletics department announced a $10 million donation to go toward...
MLB Notes: Mets Sign Tebow, Award $100,000 Bonus
Having flopped with the New York Jets, Tim Tebow will try to revive his career as an outfielder with the Mets.Four years removed from his last regular-season snap as an NFL quarterback, Tebow, 29, agreed Thursday to a minor-league contract with the Mets...
MLB Roundup: Nova, Kang Lead Pirates Past Reds
Nova, Kang lead Pirates to winIvan Nova pitched a six-hitter to stay unbeaten with Pittsburgh and Jung Ho Kang hit a two-run double to key a three-run first inning as the host Pirates defeated Cincinnati 4-1 on Thursday night, extending the Reds' losing...
MU's Pinkel Navigates Life as Retired Coach
COLUMBIA, MO. * He kept checking his watch.It's time for pregame meal, he thought. That means kickoff is a few hours away.Except Saturday's kickoff was 700 miles east in West Virginia. Gary Pinkel was in Columbia, by himself. What does a newly retired coach...
NASA's 1st Asteroid-Sampler Poised for Evening Liftoff
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. * A NASA spacecraft is on its way to the space rock Bennu.The Osiris-Rex explorer rocketed away from Cape Canaveral, Fla., on Thursday evening, just before sunset. It was the start of a seven- year quest to the big, black, unexplored...
NASCAR's Chase Field Will Be Determined This Weekend
NASCAR's Cup series regular season comes to an end on Saturday night at Richmond (Va.) International Raceway, after which the field for the circuit's championship "Chase" will be set.Here are come key situations looming:* The Chase consists of the last...
Nation Briefs [Corrected 09/12/16]
American flag raised at ground zero on Sept. 11 has been returned to siteAn American flag raised at ground zero on Sept. 11 in a defining moment of patriotic resolve took its place at the site Thursday after disappearing for over a decade.The 3-foot-by-5-foot...
NFL Notes: Vikings' Bridgewater Undergoes Surgery
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater has undergone surgery on his severely injured left knee, the first step toward what will undoubtedly be a long, arduous recovery.Vikings coach Mike Zimmer confirmed the operation took place Thursday, nine...
One Site, Three Proposals for Grove Project
Three development teams are vying for a St. Louis-owned parking lot where each wants to build a major gateway to the Grove entertainment district.Any of the three proposals before city officials would reshape the eastern end of the rapidly growing Grove....
Ortiz: Cardinals Owe a Refund to Fans
At this rate, the Cardinals are doomed.Team owner Bill DeWitt Jr. owes the so-called Best Fans in Baseball a refund because his team wasn't worth the price of admission yet again at Busch Stadium.At a time when DeWitt's club cannot afford to stumble,...
People
Scientists name parasite after the presidentIt's no Nobel Peace Prize, but Barack Obama has a new honor to brag about. Scientists have named a parasite after him. Meet Baracktrema obamai, a tiny parasitic flatworm that lives in turtles' blood. A new...
People in Business
Dr. Javad Vaziri joined Mercy Clinic Critical Care-St. Louis.Mercy Clinic Internal Medicine-Olive/Mason added Dr. John Vernon.Dr. Christian Verry joined Mercy Clinic Family Medicine-Olive/ Mason.Mercy Clinic Adult Hospitalists-St. Louis added Dr. Musi...
Pliskova Upsets S. Williams in U.S. Open Semifinals
NEW YORK * For the second year in a row, Serena Williams' bid to make history ended with a shocking loss in the U.S. Open semifinals.A seventh title at Flushing Meadows, which would have been an Open-era record, will have to wait. So will a 23rd Grand...
Race Comes to the Forefront as Catholics Prepare for a Different Kind of Pilgrimage
The Archdiocese of St. Louis' "Crossing the Delmar Divide" Year of Mercy pilgrimage will be held Saturday from 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. It starts at the St. Louis University clock tower, goes north to just past Delmar Boulevard and ends at the Cathedral...
Raising Tobacco Purchase Age Saves Lives, Money
Imagine if we could reduce by half the number of teens who use tobacco, and prevent a lifetime habit that leads to high risks for cancer, heart disease and stroke.In other communities, one simple policy change has been shown to dramatically lower the...
Recruit Killed Himself amid Culture of Abuse
COLUMBIA, S.C. * A Marine recruit committed suicide in March amid a widespread culture of hazing and abuse in his battalion at Parris Island that could lead to punishments for as many as 20 officers and enlisted leaders, the Marine Corps said Thursday.Some...
Retired Pope Offers Final Reflections on Papacy, Francis
VATICAN CITY * Retired Pope Benedict XVI has acknowledged that governing the church wasn't his strong suit but says he doesn't see his papacy as a failure and that he succeeded at least in breaking up the Vatican's so-called "gay lobby."In a first-ever...
Schlafly, Phyllis Stewart 92
Schlafly, Phyllis Stewart 92, died peacefully in her home of cancer at 3:15 p.m. on September 5, 2016, surrounded by family members. Born August 14, 1924 in St. Louis, she observed her birthday on August 15 throughout her life. Phyllis was educated at the...
Slow-Drip Drama Hasn't Brought Monsanto and Bayer Much Closer to a Deal
Bayer seems to think it can win over Monsanto with a slow-motion approach.The German drug and chemicals giant, which has been pursuing the Creve Coeur agriculture company for three and a half months, has raised its initial offer twice by a grand total...
So Long Cable Box. New Rules May Allow You to Bypass the Box
NEW YORK * You may soon have more options for a cable box than renting one from your cable company.The Federal Communications Commission has a plan to make cable companies provide apps that could be used on devices made by tech companies such as Roku...
Spire Says Laclede Gas Rates Haven't Increased
The parent company of Laclede Gas fired back at a critical report from state regulators this week, accusing them of inaccurately summarizing their findings.St. Louis-based Spire Inc., formerly known as the Laclede Group, filed its rebuttal Tuesday to...
Sports Digest: Sobotka Injured in World Cup Exhibition
Vladimir Sobotka, who is expected to return to the Blues this season after two years in Russia, was injured in a World Cup of Hockey exhibition game Thursday.Sobotka left during the Czech Republic's 4-3 loss to Russia in St. Petersburg with an apparent...
St. Louis' Montina Cooper Balances New Album and Singing with Beyonc
Montina Cooper seems to have enough on her hands these days, including promoting a new album and touring with Beyonc as a background singer on the "Formation World Tour."But the St. Louis native who now lives in Houston doesn't mind the hard work."It...
Study: Latino Population Growth Slips Behind Asian Americans
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. * The growth of the U.S. Latino population once the nation's fastest growing slowed considerably over the past seven years and slipped behind that of Asian-Americans amid declining Latino immigration and birth rates, a study released Thursday...
Suspected Thief Who Took Car with Two Kids Inside Captured in Wellston
VINITA TERRACE * Two children were safe Thursday after briefly being kidnapped by a thief armed with a gun who took their mother's car from a gas station near Page Avenue and North Hanley Road.Police swarmed the area in search of the suspect and vehicle, according...
Ticket Tracker: Maxwell and Mary J. Blige Coming to Scottrade Center
Delmar Hallticketmaster.com* Jake's Leg's 40th Anniversary Celebration, 8 p.m. Nov. 25-26, $15-$25.Fubarticketfly.com* Metro Station, Palaye Royale, the Strive, 6:30 p.m. Nov. 12, $18-$20.* Kirko Bangz, 8 p.m. Nov. 11, $15-$18.Gateway Motorsports Parkmetrotix.com*...
Tig Notaro Finds Laughter in Darkness
In 2012, Tig Notaro had a bad breakup. She was hospitalized with an intestinal infection that almost killed her. Then, her mother died suddenly. Notaro was still reeling when she was diagnosed with cancer and underwent a double mastectomy, all in the...
U.S. Stock Indexes Notch Modest Losses; Oil Prices Surge
NEW YORK * A slide in technology and consumer-focused companies helped pull U.S. stock indexes modestly lower Thursday, offsetting strong energy sector gains.A broad swath of retailers, from department stores to fast-food chains, also notched losses,...
Wagner: $1.7 Billion Payment to Iran Further Endangers Her Son, Other U.S. Personnel
WASHINGTON * Rep. Ann Wagner, R-Ballwin, said Thursday that she believes a $1.7 billion debt settlement with Iran further endangered her U.S. Army Ranger son and all members of the military and diplomatic corps who serve overseas.Wagner and her Republican...
Week 4 Foosball Feature
Rory Seals led his football team through its pre-game walk through Thursday evening.In his fourth season at Confluence Prep Academy, Seals barked orders, moved players in and out of drills and blew into the whistle hanging from his neck. It was like...
Week 4 Games to Watch
CHAMINADE RED DEVILS at CBC CADETSWhen: 7 p.m. Friday.Records: Chaminade 3-0; CBC 2-1.Rankings: Chaminade, No. 2 STLhighschoolsports.com large school and No. 1 Class 5 Missouri Media; CBC, No. 4 STLhighschoolsports.com large school and No. 1 Class 6...
Wells Fargo Fined $185 Million for Improper Account Openings
NEW YORK * California and federal regulators fined Wells Fargo a combined $185 million on Thursday, alleging the bank's employees illegally opened millions of unauthorized accounts for their customers in order to meet aggressive sales goals.Roughly 5,300...
Young Voters from Newer Immigrant Families Lean More Liberal
WASHINGTON * Young Latino and Asian-Americans who are immigrants or have an immigrant parent are more likely to be liberal in their views on politics and immigration than those with families who have been in United States longer, a new GenForward poll...
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