Sep 12, 2016

Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, September 12, 2016

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On today's show, we'll talk about how teens are dealing with a lack of access to affordable, nutritious food. Plus, we're interviewing filmmaker Steve McCarthy about his new documentary called "The One That Got Away," which examines at-risk youth in…

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Millions of US teens struggle with hunger

Sep 12, 2016
Here's how they cope.
Millions of kids between the ages of 10-17 struggle to get enough food to eat.
Sean Gallup/Getty Images

More Americans come into the banking system

Sep 12, 2016
A report from the FDIC shows a decline in the rate of "unbanked" consumers since the recession.
Low-income people are starting to use traditional banks more.
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Niche in elder care: assisted living for LGBT seniors

Sep 12, 2016
As boomers get older, LGBT seniors look for communities where they can live openly.
The dining room at Stonewall Gardens.
Lisa Napoli

New documentary examines at-risk youth in US schools

Sep 12, 2016
The documentary follows a teacher reconnecting with his former student.
Visual Hunt

Now's your chance to be the next Mr. Burns

Sep 12, 2016
An increase in people who are using traditional banking, assisted living facilities for LGBT seniors, and a nuclear power plant that's for sale.

On today’s show, we’ll talk about how teens are dealing with a lack of access to affordable, nutritious food. Plus, we’re interviewing filmmaker Steve McCarthy about his new documentary called “The One That Got Away,” which examines at-risk youth in American schools. 

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC