Jennifer Ludden Jennifer Ludden is an energy and environment editor for NPR.

A full moon over Cinderella Castle at Disney World on Dec. 21, 2010, in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. David Roark/Disney/Getty Images hide caption

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Disney's New Attraction: The Happiest Lines On Earth

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Unmarried With Kids: A Shift In The Working Class

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Man Convicted In Chandra Levy Slaying

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Mike Green texts now, but he didn't in 2005, when his now ex-wife began an affair with her colleague via text messaging. He hopes he can trust again; he gets suspicious whenever a girlfriend texts someone else. Courtesy of Mike Green hide caption

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Can Social Media Break Up A Marriage?

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Carolyn and Sorin Popescu, with their daughter, Lina. After many arguments over Sorin's constant iPhone usage, the couple developed some ground rules. For example, Sorin now limits texting until after Lina's bedtime. Courtesy of the Popescus hide caption

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And iPhone Makes Three: Marriage In The Digital Age

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Originally from St. Louis, Mo., Jada Irwin moved to the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area for work. As a single woman, she likes where she lives, but if she were to have children, she says, she would move to South Carolina or somewhere similarly less expensive. Mito Habe-Evans/NPR hide caption

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Single, Middle Class And Getting By

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Dibby Johnson (left) with colleagues Justin Pinder and Dominique Hodo at EchoDitto, one of two of Johnson's current consulting jobs. Courtesy of Dibby Johnson hide caption

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'Retirement Jobs' New Reality For Many

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Latinos Back Democrats, But Many May Not Vote

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Report Shows Unauthorized Immigrants Leaving U.S.

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New Millennial Homes designed this ranch house for Jim and Cheryl Waggoner in Tampa Bay, Fla. Jennifer Ludden/NPR hide caption

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Building Homes to Age In

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Edward and Lavinia Fitzgerald in Savannah, Ga., have dinner while telecaregiver Denise Cady of ResCare, a camera monitoring service, looks on. Jennifer Ludden/NPR hide caption

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Wired Homes Keep Tabs On Aging Parents

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High-Tech Aging: Tracking Seniors' Every Move

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Betty and Jack O'Connor want to stay in their Chevy Chase, Md., home as they age and are trying to create a network of volunteers in their neighborhood, called a "village," to help them with tasks they can no longer handle. Jennifer Ludden/NPR hide caption

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'Villages' Help Neighbors Age At Home

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Egg Producer In Recall Has History Of Violations

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Unlimited Vacation Time Not A Dream For Some

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