Marketplace Weekend for Friday, July 24, 2015
Russian native finds asylum in Los Angeles
Building tiny homes for the homeless
The economics of a Los Angeles homeless shelter
Run the Jewels on the confederate flag, money and teens
South Los Angeles resident Elvis Summers explains how and why he builds his shelters.
In the past 2 years, homelessness has jumped 12 percent.
In the past few years, Russia has instituted new anti-gay laws.
It's a relatively new problem, says Project: Time Off director.
Risk your life for $199 per jump.
We're looking at the places where we seek shelter in our cities, lives and in our wallets.
The duo's relationship with success has changed as they’ve hit 40.
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