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Guest blogger and David Walker tells how he bounced back from the recession and went from being unemployed to owning his own business.
Guest blogger Noelle Beaumon became homeless in July after losing her job in corporate America. The divorced mother of two writes about life in a homeless shelter and her struggle to land back on her feet.
As term-limited Jennifer Granholm prepares her exit as Michigan’s first female governor, guest blogger Quinn Klinefelter offers analysis on what some say is a mixed legacy.
NPR’s Kimberly Jones asks, what does it really mean to be middle class in America? She realizes that it's less about what you've got, and more about what you do with what you’ve got.
In the years after Hurricane Katrina, writer Malik Washington traveled to New Orleans to help the city's residents rebuild. He reflects on the lessons learned about the spirit of the Crescent City.
Almost five years have passed since Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. NPR producer Emily Ochsenschlager says reporting from the region taught her about the power of resilience.
I have a particular interest in housing because it was my first national beat, when I worked at the Wall Street Journal. And it also coincided with my purchase of my first home. I remember very well the sick feeling in the pit of my stomach when I...
We were happy to deliver some good news about jobs on the program. Damond Smart, one of the people we've been following for over a year now, lives in an Indiana community that's one of the areas most affected by unemployment. Today, he told us he ...