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Thursday, December 05, 2013

Daphina Jacobs bags up fresh vegetables at the Hattie Carthan Community Market in Brooklyn July 11, 2009. Advocacy groups arranged for the use of food stamps at the market for the first time. (Chris Hondros/Getty)

Fast Food Workers Strike in 100 Cities | Eating Healthier on Food Stamps | Can the Sound of Music Remake Succeed? | A Delicate Dance: Destroying Syria's Chemical Weapons | Can Obama's Inequality Message Win Back Millennials?

Nelson Mandela Dead at 95

Former South African President Nelson Mandela, the revered leader who emerged from prison after 27 years to lead the nation out of decades of apartheid, has died at the age of 95. Man...

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Fast Food Workers Strike in 100 Cities

As fast food workers in 100 cities strike for a wage of $15 an hour and the right to form a union without interference, The Takeaway hears from two fast food workers about what it's l...

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Eating Healthier on Food Stamps

Fast food appealing for so many Americans is because it’s often significantly cheaper than fresh, healthy equivalents. A new study offers one model of how to change that. By offering ...

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Can 'The Sound of Music' Remake Succeed?

Tonight, a new version of “The Sound of Music,” starring Carrie Underwood, will be performed live on NBC. But early buzz about the special has been anything but kind. Can this remake ...

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Destroying Syria's Weapons A Delicate Dance

The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons may have met their November 1 deadline for the removal of Syria’s weapons cache, but there is still a big question that remain...

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Can Obama's Inequality Message Win Back Millennials?

President Barack Obama has revived his populist message and made a case for the Affordable Care Act as a vehicle to reduce income inequality. Jonathan Alter, journalist and author of ...

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