The Occupy Wall Street movement, now in its third week, has spread from a handful of protesters in New York's Zuccotti Park to demonstrations in Boston, Washington, Denver, Los Angeles, and other cities.
President Obama journeyed to Denver, Colorado to drum up support for his $450 billion jobs plan. Nathan Heffel, reporter from Takeaway affiliate station KUVO in Denver, was at the Obama's speech yesterday, and talks about the audience's reaction.
Many foreign workers are legal immigrants who get paid more than they would in their home country. Still, they're finding that legal or not, they are often exploited and their working conditions are poor.
The nation's debt crisis has all eyes on the politicians on Capitol Hill. But we wanted to know how the debt crisis is playing out in different cities across the country – what local fears and concerns are, and what people have to say about it.
In the days before President Obama's State of the Union address, we asked listeners to send us their take...about the state of their refrigerator. Does what's in your fridge indicate who you are and how you're doing?
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