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As Economy Grows, Most Americans Still Struggle

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NewsHour economics correspondent Paul Solman reports on the on the widening gap amongst many Americans despite signs that the economy is improving. While the stock…read more

Economics

In Bangladesh, Slum Dwellers Struggle for Clean Water

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On World Water Day, special correspondent Steve Sapienza reports on innovative techniques to assist slum dwellers in Bangladesh in getting access to clean water. This…read more

Economics

Japanese Survivors Cope with Multiple Crises

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A series of reports from the Independent Television Network examines how survivors of the deadly 8.9-magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami are coping with multiple crises.…read more

Economics

In Rhode Island, a Massive Public Pension Crisis

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NewsHour economics correspondent Paul Solman reported from Rhode Island about the ongoing battle between states and unions over pensions. While the biggest national fights in…read more

Economics

On the Tunisian Border, Preparations Begin for Gadhafi’s Fall

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John Ray of Independent Television News reports from neighboring Tunisia on the humanitarian and medical workers preparation for the end of Moamamar Gadhafi’s 42-year reign…read more

Economics

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