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Then-Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is seen on May 17, 2018. The scandal-plagued Republican is now seeking the GOP nomination for the state's upcoming U.S. Senate primary. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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Elections

Why many Missouri Republicans fear Eric Greitens could win the state's Senate primary

Some Republicans worry that if the scandal-plagued former governor were to win the primary, it would place a Senate seat considered to be safely GOP in jeopardy.

Lila Hoffa struggled to express herself in writing until she met her third-grade teacher showed her a way to bring all her stories to life. Christine Newell hide caption

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Christine Newell

Lila struggled to write, then a teacher discovered why and unlocked her creativity

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Workers walk toward an Amazon warehouse on Staten Island, New York, on April 25, 2022. It's the second Amazon facility on Staten Island to vote on whether to join the Amazon Labor Union. Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images hide caption

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Amazon Labor Union fails to repeat victory in Staten Island Amazon warehouse election

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Then-Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is seen on May 17, 2018. The scandal-plagued Republican is now seeking the GOP nomination for the state's upcoming U.S. Senate primary. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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Why many Missouri Republicans fear Eric Greitens could win the state's Senate primary

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Meralyn Kirkland with her granddaughter, Kaia Rolle. Sarah Espedido/Orlando Sentinel/Tribune News Service via Getty Images hide caption

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Criminal Justice Collaborative

In some states, your 6-year-old child can be arrested. Advocates want that changed

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In some states, your 6-year-old child can be arrested. Advocates want that changed

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Supreme Court says Boston unconstitutionally barred Christian flag from city hall

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