Though Trump wouldn't name a favorite verse in the Bible when asked, he leads among evangelical voters.

The decision could have widespread implications for subcontracting, franchising, and temporary staffing agencies that have become increasingly prevalent in today's "fissured" economy.

St. Louis Alderman Antonio French thinks the city needs to hang on to the jobs it already has.



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