JPMorgan Suspends Some Foreclosures

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Sherry Shaffer and her husband, Alex Vila-Roger, with their dogs, outside the Pittsburgh home where they now live with in-laws. They occupy the attic -- a huge change from what was their own six-bedroom home in Memphis. Vaughn Wallace for NPR hide caption

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Economic Cloud Hovers Over Obama's Backyard Talks

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NAACP Hopes March Will Empower Black Voters

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Syrian Youth Unprepared For Market-Driven Economy

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Fire Stations Cut Services As City Budgets Shrink

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Laborers for Brazilian construction company Odebrecht work on a construction site in Luanda, Angola, in January 2010. Odebrecht is among the major Brazilian companies that are expanding the South American country's economic influence around the world. Issouf Sanogo/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Burgeoning Brazil Seeks Profits Beyond Its Borders

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Traders gather on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Henry Ray Abrams/AP hide caption

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Reich Blames Economy's Woes On Income Disparity

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Whitman, Brown Disagree On How To Fix California

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Thousands of demonstrators march down a main boulevard in Brussels on Wednesday to protest the budget-slashing plans and austerity measures of European governments seeking to control spiraling debt. Geert Vanden Wijngaert/AP hide caption

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Many Cities Hold Off Declaring Bankruptcy

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Anthony Maglica (right), the founder of Mag Instrument, visits the factory floor in Ontario, Calif., nearly every morning. He is dedicated to manufacturing the company's flashlights in the U.S. Tamara Keith/NPR hide caption

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Maglite: Shining The Light On Made In The U.S.A.

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