Now Hiring: UK's First 'Night Czar' To Boost London Nightlife

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After Hurricane Sandy, Many Chose To Move Rather Than Rebuild

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Examining The Effectiveness Of The Trade Adjustment Assistance Program

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Oil #5: Imagine A World Without Oil

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Rental Car Companies Face Challenges In Age Of Ride-Sharing Services

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Amber Lakin (front) and colleague Julia Porras work at Central City Concern, an organization that does outreach and job training to combat homelessness and addiction in Portland, Ore. Lakin went through the welfare system and now works with Central City Coffee, an offshoot of the main organization, which uses coffee roasting/packaging as a job training space. Leah Nash for NPR hide caption

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20 Years Since Welfare's Overhaul, Results Are Mixed

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The Financial Trials Of Child Care For Working Families

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Hopping On Hashtag Bandwagon, Host Rachel Martin Recounts Her #FirstSevenJobs

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London Opens Up Long-Awaited 'Night Tube' Trains

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Rule 40: How The Brands Blackout Impacts Olympic Athletes

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Major Budget Cuts, Poor Ticket Sales Will Force Downsizing For Paralympics

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Modern Television Portrays Complex View Of The Middle Class

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Uber, the San Francisco-based ride-hailing service has been dealt a legal setback in its effort to settle a multi-million dollar claim by drivers who say they should be reclassified as employees, not independent contractors. On Thursday, a federal judge rejected Uber's $100 million settlement offer. Eric Risberg/AP hide caption

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Should We Be Having Kids In The Age Of Climate Change?

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Bringing Back Manufacturing Jobs Would Be Harder Than It Sounds

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Federal Court Blocks Challenge To Social Cost Of Carbon

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How Gig Economy Workers Make A Living

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Cuba Prepares For Onslaught Of American Tourists As Commercial Flights Open Up

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Activists Gather To Push For $15 Federal Minimum Wage

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