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Women protest wage gap, Wal-Mart a target

The U.S. Supreme Court will determine in March whether or not 1.6 million women will be able to sue Wal-Mart. Women workers claim they were systematically paid less and overlooked for promotions.

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NYC Cold: Sinkhole surrenders to construction

At the site where a water line break encased cars in ice over the weekend, construction workers shoveled dirt and cement into a gaping East Village sinkhole.

Philadelphia Life: Ex-inmates are given hope through innovative program
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Philadelphia Life: Ex-inmates are given hope through innovative program

Philly ReNew was created to help fathers with criminal backgrounds find jobs and improve their overall quality of life during the transition from prison to community.

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Philadelphia Life: The Golden Block fights to revitalize in the face of urban ills

Amanda Plasencia report’s from Philadelphia’s “El Bloque de Oro” a Latino community that faces stiff economic pressures and battles the ills of drug addiction and high levels of crime.

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The Border Project: Detained

The Department of Homeland Security held more than 380,000 immigrants in custody at 350 facilities nationwide in 2009 alone.

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The Border Project: Defying danger, immigrants flow into U.S.

Elisa Lagos reports from the Mexico/Arizona border trail.

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The Border Project: Latinos against illegal immigration

Not all Latinos support illegal immigration. Amanda Van Allen reports from Nogales and Tempe, Arizona.

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The Border Project: Businesses on both sides struggle

Amanda Palesencia reports from Nogales Arizona and Mexico.

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Homeless find strength in spirituality

Faith in a higher power provides a constant source of strength to countless people living on the streets.

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Haiti Earthquake: A Haitian church mobilizes

Some community-based organizations in New York City are sending independent convoys to scout for family members.