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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - St. Louis
St. Louis ) is an independent city and a major United States port on the eastern line of the state of Missouri. As of the 2010 census, the population was 319,294, and a 2012 estimate put the population at 318,172, making it the 58th-largest U.S. city in 2012. The metropolitan St. Louis area, known as Greater St. Louis (CSA), is the 19th-largest metropolitan area in the United States with a population of 2,900,605. - Source: Wikipedia
The shameful tale of the German liner St. Louis, which sailed the seas in 1939 with its Jewish refugee passengers in search of safe harbor, has been told many times — and why not?
The Capitals will be on national TV 12 times this season, highlighted by the Jan. 1 Winter Classic.
The Archdiocese of St. Louis has agreed to a legal settlement with a woman the archdiocese says falsely accused a priest known to have committed sexual abuse.
Appropriately, there was a lot of lobbying, some politicking and a little competing at the first public meeting of the Congressional Chess Caucus last week, held in a committee room at the House Rayburn Office Building.
Adams homered for the third time in three games — all with his father in attendance — and Matt Holliday also went deep, helping the St. Louis Cardinals to a 5-2 victory and series sweep Sunday over the Washington Nationals.
The Nationals continued to struggle scoring runs in their 5-2 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals, finishing their road trip with four straight losses.
The Cardinals batted around in the seventh with the help of two infield hits, a hit batter and two walks, one of them by Matt Holliday with the bases loaded against Drew Storen.
The Nationals took three of four games from San Francisco, but can they parlay that success into wins in St. Louis? CSN Insider Mark Zuckerman breaks it down here.
The Archdiocese of St. Louis criticized "inaccurate and misleading" reports suggesting that Archbishop Robert Carlson did not know sexual relations with children were illegal; the archdiocese said his deposition responses were instead focused on mandatory reporting laws.
The archbishop of the St. Louis diocese claimed in court-related testimony that he really wasn't sure if priests who had sex with children years ago were actually breaking the law or not.
The head of the Archdiocese of St. Louis said several times under oath that he couldn't remember how he dealt with child sex abuse allegations against a Minnesota priest years ago, and that he's "not sure" he even believed child sex abuse was a crime back then.
Tim Hudson still refuses to take credit for his quick start to the season.
San Francisco first baseman Michael Morse has been scratched from the lineup after fouling a ball off his left foot during batting practice.
Lance Lynn got off to a slow start in his shortest outing of the season.
Michael Wacha wasted no energy pondering the weather. The St. Louis Cardinals pitcher concentrated on shutting down the opposition, waiting for the big swing that decided the outcome.