Union posters can be found all over the Occupy Philadelphia protest site near City Hall. Protesters and local union leaders meet regularly to discuss tactics and how to involve labor.

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Unions Assume A Support Role For Occupy Movement
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Chapman Corp. is expanding to take advantage of extra business it expects to get in coming decades because of increasing production in the Marcellus Shale play. Jeff Brady/NPR hide caption

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Gas Drilling Boom Brings New Life To Steel Industry
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Canada-Gulf Pipeline Pits Jobs Against Environment
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A protester marches on Friday in New York City as part of larger demonstration focused on corporations, wealth and income distribution. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Wall Street Protesters In It For The Long Haul
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Pa. May Change Electoral College Allocation Rules
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Shanksville, Pa., Remembers Flight 93 Victims
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NPR's Jeff Brady Reports
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Lee Lashes Gulf Coast
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Irene Chases Away Catskills' Labor Day Tourists
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Employees at Barber's Farm in Middleburgh, N.Y., shovel muddy tomatoes left in the wake of flooding from Hurricane Irene. Jeff Brady/NPR hide caption

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As Water Recedes, Cleanup Of A Soupy Mess Begins
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Irene Spares Jersey Shore From Major Damage
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Marvin Hardy drives screws into a sheet of plywood on Washington Mall in Cape May, N.J., on Friday, as he boards up storefronts in preparation for Hurricane Irene. Mandatory evacuations were under way affecting nearly 1 million residents and visitors in Cape May County, coastal Atlantic County and Long Beach Island, N.J. Mel Evans/AP hide caption

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Hurricane Irene Cuts Short Jersey Shore Summer
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