Study Shows Racial Wealth Gap Grows Wider
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A voter casts a ballot in a Democratic primary on July 12 in Wisconsin, one of seven states to enact voter ID laws this year. Dinesh Ramde/AP hide caption

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The Politics Behind New Voter ID Laws
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John Harrison (right) says his homelessness is in "remission." Pam Fessler/NPR hide caption

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Ex-Homeless Speak Out To Change Perceptions
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Robert Laws collects supplies from the Tennessee food bank's mobile pantry. Pam Fessler hide caption

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Food Bank Shortages Lead To Innovation
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Steven White (right) helps serve dinner at the Salvation Army soup kitchen. Pam Fessler/NPR hide caption

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A Squash's Journey: From The Shelf To The Hungry
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Diaries Reveal One 'Swelegant' Dad
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HUD Surprised Homeless Population Isn't Higher
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Three Cups of Tea author Greg Mortenson, with son Khyber and daughter Amira, sit with students at the Gultori War refugee school in Pakistan. A 60 Minutes report questioned some of the stories Mortenson tells in the book and his charity's use of funds. Deidre Eitel/PR Newswire/AP hide caption

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Can You Know Where Charity Dollars Go? Not Easily
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Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said a warning will only be issued if there's specific information about a credible threat. Still, on Sunday night her department warned state and local law enforcement to be prepared for the possibility of an attack. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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U.S. Security Tightens, Despite No Specific Threat
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Ex-Congressman Fasts To Protest Budget Cuts
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In Some States, Working Poor Could Pay More Taxes
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Nonprofits Look For New Ways To Get People To Give
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Untangling Low-Income Budget Cut Claims
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Philip Doud and his girlfriend, Cathy Espong, sit in their new one-bedroom apartment. They both lost their jobs and were found living on a San Diego sidewalk during a survey of the city's homeless population last fall. The Department of Veterans Affairs helped move the couple into permanent housing as part of a campaign to end homelessness. Pam Fessler /NPR hide caption

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Campaign Aims To Open Doors For The Homeless
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The grand two-story lobby of the Times Square Building boasts marble floors and gold-trimmed ceilings. Common Ground redeveloped the once-dilapidated building into 652 units for low-income and formerly homeless tenants in 1991. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Ending Homelessness: A Model That Just Might Work
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