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Tony Lithgow, 49, and Andrea Mayer, 51, live together on the streets of Baltimore. Researchers say the aging homeless population is due to younger baby boomers who came of age during the 1970s and '80s, when there were back-to-back recessions. Kainaz Amaria/NPR hide caption

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Health Problems Compound For Aging Homeless

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American Apparel boasts that all of its products are made in the USA, primarily at its Los Angeles headquarters. Selling garments produced largely by machine, rather than by hand, has helped the company remain profitable. Mark Ralston/Getty Images hide caption

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Fast Fashion's Challenge: Making Money With 'Made In The USA'

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Google employees play chess at the company's Russian headquarters in Moscow. Experts say tech companies are using "serendipitous interaction" in their workplace design to promote idea sharing and communication between employees. Krasilnikov Stanislav /ITAR-TASS /Landov hide caption

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'Serendipitous Interaction' Key To Tech Firms' Workplace Design

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