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Rebuilding Detroit: Arab Americans in Dearborn
Just a few miles outside of Detroit is the largest Arab American community in America. The balance of being Arab, Muslim and American is not easy.
Rebuilding Detroit: Number of homicides are growing
Homicide rate is up 19.7%. since 2010.
Immigrants help economic growth but still face discrimination
Immigrants bring more business to New York but some say they take jobs.
New Yorkers reflect on the death of bin Laden
Emotions and memories surface in the wake of Osama bin Laden's death
Vendors who served in war reflect on the death of bin Laden
Veterans who work as Times Square vendors speak out on the death of the most wanted man in the world.
American auctions on the decline
Auctions have felt the effect of eBay and the advent of other online antiquing sites.
Pawnshops see a boost in business
The economic recession, high unemployment and rising gold prices have meant booming business for pawn shops.
New cab law could mean cleaner air for NYC
Mayor Bloomberg proposed the Green Taxis Act last month, which could mean cleaner air for New Yorkers.
City fitness program gets New Yorkers to shed the pounds
Shape Up NYC, a new program with the Department of Parks and Recreation, is encouraging New Yorkers to slim down and tone up.
Roller-skating rink celebrates 60 years of keeping kids fit
Guptill's Arena in Colonie, N.Y. draws in families looking for fun and fitness.