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American Cities Really Want to Arrest Homeless People for Sleeping in Cars
Will Taking Junk Food Ads off Television Really Lead to Better Eating?
This New York City High-Rise Comes With a Separate Entrance for the Poor
Right Now, Someone in Detroit Can’t Pay the Water Bill—That’s Where You Come In
Here's Why Detroit's Water Shutoff Isn't Just About Folks Not Paying Their Bills
Can the U.S. Learn From Brazil’s Fight Against Food Insecurity?
If You Only Use a Cell Phone, You're Probably in One of These Groups
For Chicago's Kids There Really Is Such a Thing as a Free Lunch
One of Europe's Wealthiest Nations Wants to Throw Beggars in Jail
Rich or Poor, You Can Have it Your Way at Hunger King
You Know Income Inequality Is Bad When an Investment Bank CEO Says It’s Destabilizing the Nation
The Surprising Link Between Unemployment and Obesity
Can This Inside Look at America’s Most Dangerous City Shock Us Into Action?
'Stand Up Planet's' Hasan Minhaj Says Laughter Beats Poverty Porn
In South America, Plastic Trash Will Be as Good as Money
Here's the Shocking Side of Coachella You Didn't See on That YouTube Livestream
Campaign for Homeless Mom Who Left Kids in Car During Job Interview Raises $99,000
In New York City, $100 Million Apartments Are a Thing
It's Finally Happened: Latinos Are the Majority in California
We’re Well on Our Way to 2 Billion Obese People Worldwide
The Daily Wild: Feline and Fabulous
Photo of the Day: Guns and Rebar
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