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Homeless Millennials Are Transforming Hobo Culture

Cheap smartphones and cheaper data plans make for a much more connected vagabond community.

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Judge allows release of some records in priest sex-abuse case.

The Monterey County Weekly seeks full disclosure of documents in the case of Edward Fitz-Henry, a Catholic priest accused – but never convicted – of child molestation.

beautiful Brittany during the depression...couldn't ask for a better companion, during the hard times.

A boy and his dog - Naughty Boy Vineyard tasting room: come by for a complimentary tasting : Hopland, California

Advice from Common Sense Media editors. Next-generation apps that let users text, video-chat, shop, and share their pics and videos are attracting teens like catnip.

Life on the Streets - The New York Times

Life on the Streets

Visits with dozens of homeless New Yorkers reveal how job losses, mental health issues, substance abuse and problems with the city shelter system drove many to the streets.

APNewsBreak: US analysts knew Afghan site was hospital

There are concerns the US military may have destroyed crucial evidence in a potential war crimes investigation after an American tank forced its way onto the site of the bombed Doctors Without Borders (MSF) hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan.

"To lose so much and still hold onto yourself is perhaps the most complicated task human beings are asked to perform, which is why seeing it done with aplomb is as thrilling as looking at dinosaur bones or seeing a herd of elephants. It’s an honor to exist on Earth with these things." — On Kindness

On Kindness

For a few weeks one summer, when I was about eight or nine, my family and I road-tripped from our home in Tucson to the Grand Canyon and then up to Yosemite National Park. We hiked and played and…

Two years ago, Rico Harris vanished. The former L.A.-area high school basketball star who once played for the Harlem Globetrotters was en route to start a fresh new life.

His dreams of basketball stardom vanished first. Now his mother says, ‘I am not giving up on finding my son’

Two years ago, Rico Harris vanished.-area high school basketball star who once played for the Harlem Globetrotters was en route to start a fresh new life.

Alice Bee & World's best Father

Dave Engledow is raising funds for World's Best Father 2013 Calendar on Kickstarter! This project will allow me to produce a 2013 calendar of the top images from the World's Best Father photo series featuring Alice Bee.

Hobo Chic is #SoD12!

Could You Make A Successful Hobo? And What’s The Best Way To Get Cancer?

Rail-riding hobos begin sympathy strike in support of CP Rail workers

Spirtual

Thank you God for all the blessings in my heart. For loving me.for being in my life!

Picturing Hunger in America. “Hunger Through My Lens” has a dual mission: to empower people who are living in poverty and to promote awareness about hunger issues.

Picturing hunger in America

Hunger Through My Lens: The work has been on display in Denver libraries, churches, coffee houses and even the Colorado Capitol. At each exhibit opening, the women come to talk about their personal stories.

More Choice and More Confusion in Quest for Healthy Eating - “There’s complete confusion,” said Marcia Mogelonsky, a senior food analyst for Mintel, a global marketing firm. “Most people have a randomly arranged set of diet principles. They buy organics sometimes. They buy based on price sometimes. Very few people are completely committed to any one cause.”

Would-Be Healthy Eaters Face Confusion of Choices

More Choice and More Confusion in Quest for Healthy Eating - “There’s complete confusion,” said Marcia Mogelonsky, a senior food analyst for Mintel, a global marketing firm. “Most people have a randomly arranged set of diet principles. They buy organics sometimes. They buy based on price sometimes. Very few people are completely committed to any one cause.”

Many teenagers became hoboes and were forced to "Ride the Rails" looking for work availability and places to beg for food.

The list of people who rode the rails includes many later became famous – Novelist Louis L'Amour TV host Art Linkletter Oil billionaire.

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