CHICAGO (CBS) — More than 130 people – from 47 countries – became new citizens this afternoon in downtown Chicago.
The spotlight was on a Mundelein man, and his twin sister. They are 73 years old.
When they were 3 years old, Adam Paluch and his sister Ida Kersz were separated by the Holocaust. They remained separated until 1995, when Ida found her brother in Europe.