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A look at South Dakota lives balanced on the minimum wage

10/28/14 11:02AM

Unemployment in South Dakota may be low compared to the national average, but the state's average wages are also among the lowest in the country. Some in South Dakota are pushing to raise the state's minimum wage. But even some who support the increase wonder if an $1.25 hourly hike would be enough to make a difference. read more

Living in Ruins: Portraits from Gaza

In Gaza, life persists amid the rubble

11/17/14 11:02AM

Japanese photographer Q. Sakamaki recently traveled to Khan Yunis, a city in southern Gaza, to document the aftermath of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which ended in a ceasefire on August 26. Sakamaki found many Gazans displaced by the Israeli shelling still living in the ruins of their homes without assistance. read more

UNFRAMED - Ellis Island

Ellis Island brought back to life

11/12/14 11:35AM

It's been more than 60 years since the public roamed the halls of the Ellis Island Hospital. Now, the abandoned structures are now being brought back to life. read more