Fifteen million people around the world have perhaps the worst job imaginable: scavenging junk from the world's dumps. But in Morocco, a group of trash pickers has made the transition to well-paid employees of a new recycling center. And they hope it's an example others can follow.
A growing number of people now work in the gig economy. Ride-hailing apps are sometimes primary sources of income for folks or a way for people to make extra money. For many freelancers, the Affordable Care Act is the way to get health insurance. But what happens to these workers if it gets repealed?