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More wealthy parents could be swept up in widening college admissions scandal

The college cheating scandal has rocked elite sections of California and beyond, with Silicon Valley business leaders, CEOs, Hollywood actresses, a best-selling self-help author and a famous fashion designer swept up in it.

There are signs that more charges could be coming.

Federal authorities have said the

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