UPDATED: Clean Up In U. City Following Sat. Night ProtestsUniversity City police say 23 businesses were damaged Saturday night
Senator Blunt: Commonsense Needed on DACASenator Blunt says, “The young people in the DACA program need a permanent, commonsense solution."
Protestors Gather at Roy Blunt's Office Over Alleged Trump, Russia ConnectionsMore than 100 protesters gathered for a lunchtime rally outside of Senator Roy Blunt's office in Clayton, Tuesday.
Multiple Anit-Trump Protests Planned at Sen. Blunt's Office TuesdayThey're calling it 'Resist Trump Tuesday' and peaceful rallies will be held outside Senator Roy Blunt's St. Louis office in Clayton.
Inauguration Day 2017: Schedule of Events and How to Listen, WatchKMOX's inauguration coverage begins just before 11 a.m. Friday. Tune in at KMOX 1120 or kmox.com/listen.
Petition Aims To Stop Museum Loan for Trump InaugurationArtists say loan implies endorsement of Trump's election.
Blunt, Duckworth Newest Mo, Ill Senators Sworn In by Vice PresidentDuckworth is the second woman to represent Illinois in the U.S. Senate, and Blunt was elected to his second term.
St. Louis Art Museum Painting Heading to Inaugural LuncheonGeorge Caleb Bingham's "Verdict of the People" will be featured at Inaugural Luncheon.
Blunt Successfully Defends Senate SeatThe 66-year-old received over 50 percent of the vote.
Kander Gives Passionate Concession Speech, Tells Generation to Not 'Check Out'Roy Blunt keeps his Senate seat in Washington, but Kander's speech kept a positive tone.
Judy Woodruff Says Election Results Might Take All NightWoodruff says she might be up all night waiting for a succession or final tally of votes in this presidential race.
Kander, Blunt Attack Each Other on Supreme Court IssuesBoth Kander and Blunt are using the Supreme Court as a pivoting point in their final campaign day.

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